Lewis Hamilton ‘will NOT commit to racing in F1 again until the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix inquiry is concluded’ after his controversial 2021 season-final world-title loss to Max Verstappen

Lewis Hamilton’s future as a F1 driver remains in the balance with the seven-time champion non-committal until the findings of last year’s season-finale are concluded. They add that the Mercedes driver ‘has lost trust in the FIA’ after race director Michael Masi didn’t apply the safety-car rules correctly during the closing stages at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Hamilton has the full support of Mercedes with the FIA aware of their unhappiness and the job it has to regain Hamilton’s trust especially. Speaking last week, new FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem revealed he reached out to Hamilton five days after the controversy in the Middle East.

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