Lewis Hamilton, the ace Mercedes racer in Formula One has enjoyed one of the most successful seasons this year, reaching at a whole new level in the field of Formula One. With his contract expired the Brit and Mercedes are yet to have a negotiation over their partnership.
Mercedes teases the status of Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton have had a terrific season and the latter also tallied his seventh world championship equalling the record of the racing legend, Michael Schumacher, in the Turkish Grand Prix at Istanbul Park Circuit.
Hamilton eclipsed the German racer’s 91 wins record as well in Portuguese Grand Prix at Algarve International Circuit.
Mercedes won their seventh contructors’ title after Hamilton registered his 93rd win in Emilia Romagna Grand Prix at Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari.
The future of Lewis Hamilton racing for Mercedes remained uncertain until Mercedes dropped some hints recently on Twitter.
The post read, as Lewis Hamilton said, “I plan to be here next year. I want to be here next year. I think we as a team gave more to do together and more to achieve, both in the sport and even more outside it.“
Check out Mercedes’ Tweet below:
Mercedes have certainly missed the the British racer in Sakhir Grand Prix at Bahrain International Circuit as he was sideline with the COVID-19.
George Russell who filled in for Hamilton did not have the best of the outcomes as he finished ninth in the race.
Fans got emotional with the announcement
One fan said: “ADMIN NEEDS TO STOP PLAYING WITH US I AM: CRYING.”
Another wrote: “Can’t wait to see you strike again next year Champ.”
While another supporter tweeted: “STAY CALM EVERYBODY STAY CALM.”
Lewis Hamilton had joined forces with Mercedes back in 2013. He has had quite a run with the team, tasting success for the majority of the stint.
He only missed out on winning the world championship twice. One being his debut year and another in 2016 as he was positioned second both the times.
Fans would be eagerly waiting for the official announcement to be made.
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