‘I’m only just getting started’: Lewis Hamilton confirms he’d love to stay with Mercedes despite contract stand-off after equaling Michael Schumacher’s record of seven world titles

Lewis Hamilton has revealed that he is determined to stay in at Mercedes ‘for a little longer’ after equaling Michael Schumacher’s record of seven world titles. After the race attention turned to Hamilton’s future amid his contract stand-off with Mercedes. Lewis Hamilton says that he would love to remain with Mercedes despite his contract stand-off. Speaking on Sky Sports, Hamilton said: ‘There is no end to what we can do together, me and this team. As reported by Sportsmail, Hamilton is seeking fresh £40million-a-year terms in order to stay with Mercedes. Hamilton stressed that he would like to help F1 to deal with the human rights issues that are present in the countries that they visit and also to become more sustainable. Hamilton says he wants to help F1 deal with human rights issues and become more sustainable. Hamilton acknowledged that it has been a very challenging year given the restrictions enforced by the coronavirus pandemic.

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