Lewis Hamilton given hope of winning F1 race this season despite Mercedes ace’s fears he’ll go without after tricky year

LEWIS HAMILTON has been given hope of a first race victory of the season – despite the seven-times World Champion fearing he could end up winless. The Mercedes driver holds the extraordinary record of winning at least one Grand Prix in every F1 season he has competed in, a record that stretches back to 2007. But with Merc car inconsistent and Max Verstappen dominating the championship, Hamilton’s hopes of retaining this record appear slim. But his hopes have been given a boost as a Mercedes chief makes positive noises about the team’s hopes. The 24-year-old has won 11 of 16 races so far this season and is closing in on another F1 record. Given Verstappen’s form, he will be hopeful he can break the record.

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