HAMILTON SAYS HE IS OVER THE ABU DHABI GP. HE WILL BE DRIVING FOR MERCEDES THIS YEAR ALONGSIDE NEW TEAMMATE GEORGE RUSSELL. WHAT HAPPENED IN ABU DHABI, HAMILTON SAID, HAS ONLY MADE HIM MORE FOCUSED, WHICH WON’T SURPRISE ANYONE WHO’S FOLLOWED HAMILTON’S CAREER UP TO NOW.
After the rumors of his retirement, and his absence from social media. It has finally been confirmed that Lewis Hamilton is not retiring, and he will drive in 2022.
Hamilton said there is no lingering beef with Max Verstappen, so effective has the blame been put on Masi.
“This has nothing to do with Max,” Hamilton said. “Max did everything a driver would do given the opportunity he was given."
Lewis said that “I have no issues with him, I don’t hold any grudges with anybody. I don’t think that is a good thing to carry round with you,"
Lewis added that "He is a great competitor and we will go into another battle like we did last year and conduct ourselves and grow from our races and experiences last year."