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Lewis Hamilton at the 2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.v1

‘He’ll be back’: Ex-F1 driver rubbishes Hamilton retirement rumour

Former Formula 1 driver Martin Brundle is not at all convinced by the rumours linking Sir Lewis Hamilton with an immediate future away from the sport, affirming his belief that he will be on the grid in 2022. Hamilton missed out on his record-breaking eighth world championship when a controversial Safety Car restart by race

Lewis Hamilton after the 2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.v1

Abu Dhabi controversy: Hill tells Hamilton fans to ‘get over it’

Former F1 world champion Damon Hill has advised fans of Sir Lewis Hamilton to “get over” his 2021 championship defeat to Max Verstappen. Hamilton and Verstappen entered the final round of the season in Abu Dhabi level points following an enthralling season of adrenaline-filled racing, and the Red Bull driver started the grand prix on

Toto Wolff and Christian Horner ahead of the 2021 Abu Dhabi GP.v1

Ex-F1 champion claims Horner-Wolff rivalry is a ‘front’

Former Formula 1 world champion Damon Hill has said that he does not believe the rivalry between Mercedes boss Toto Wolff and Red Bull team principal Christian Horner is as real as they would like to have fans believe. Horner and Wolff went head to head on a number of occasions throughout the 2021 season


‘Mature’ Alonso Less Difficult To Work With – Ex-F1 Champion

Fernando Alonso is less difficult to work with and have as a team-mate now that he has matured, according to Damon Hill. Alonso publicly fell out with McLaren and Sir Lewis Hamilton when they were team-mates in 2007, and he has often been considered difficult to work with. READ: Bottas Suggests Mercedes Could Have Saved


Clarkson Thinks Orange Army’s Hamilton Boos Were ‘Just Nonsense’

Sir Lewis Hamilton was booed on several occasions over the course of the Hungarian Grand Prix weekend, with many Max Verstappen fans feeling that the seven-time World Champion deserved a harsher penalty for the incident involving him and the Dutch ace at Silverstone. British motorsport journalist Tom Clarkson has said he believes the boos weren’t

Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas at 2021 Bahrain GP - Formula1news.co.uk

Mercedes Will Force Valtteri Bottas To Be Lewis Hamilton’s Wingman

The Mercedes F1 Team is likely to throw its weight behind Sir Lewis Hamilton to improve their chances of beating Max Verstappen in this year’s Championship battle, 1996 World Champion Damon Hill has said. As such, Hill believes Valtteri Bottas is likely to play second fiddle to Hamilton at Mercedes this campaign, as the Silver

Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton at 2021 Bahrain GP - Formula1news.co.uk

‘Time Is Ticking’: Max Verstappen Could Ditch Red Bull For Mercedes

Red Bull appear to have finally provided Max Verstappen with a car capable of fighting for the Championship, but if this doesn’t prove to be the case, he may well decide to join Mercedes, 1996 F1 World Champion Damon Hill has said. READ: Sebastian Vettel Needs To Have ‘Evil Spirit Removed From Him’ Team principal