Lewis Hamilton vows not to be ‘negative’ about future drivers when he retires from Formula One after criticism from Sir Jackie Stewart and Nelson Piquet… as the Mercedes star insists he will ‘always be watching’ after he calls it a day

Seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton has taken a swipe at former drivers, as he promised to stay ‘positive’ towards F1 competitors after he retires from the sport. The 37-year-old had not put a date on his retirement yet, although there are few records left for him to break in the sport. In quotes carried by the Mirror, Hamilton said: ‘I’ll always be tapped into this sport, I’ll always be watching,’. I’m focused on my work and pushing for diversity and inclusion in our sport. I’ve always tried to be respectful to these individuals but why did we give these guys a platform? I’m still here and it’s not going to deter me from doing what is right and doing what I love, which is working in this sport.

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