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Lewis Hamilton mulling retirement in 2022.v1

Ex-F1 driver on Hamilton: ‘I don’t think he is running away’

Mercedes driver Sir Lewis Hamilton is unlikely to quit Formula 1 following the highly controversial 2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. That’s the opinion of ex-F1 racer Marc Surer, who told he believes the Brit will still be on the grid in 2022, to once again chase after his record-breaking eighth title. Max Verstappen took

Max Verstappen after winning his F1 championship in 2022.v1

‘Stupid’ Abu Dhabi GP ending will cost Formula 1 viewers

The “stupid” ending to the 2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix will deter some Formula 1 fans from watching another grand prix, former F1 racer Stefan Johansson has said. Sir Lewis Hamilton was beaten to the title by Red Bull’s Max Verstappen in 2021 following a highly controversial late decision by race director Michael Masi to

Max Verstappen wins the 2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix ahead of Lewis Hamilton.v1

Rumours of Masi sacking in Mercedes ‘quid pro quo’ unravel

Reports suggesting that race director Michael Masi has been relieved of his duties have been cooled after he and Nicholas Tombazis appeared absent in the FIA’s January organisational structure chart. Masi has been the talk of Formula 1 since the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix in 2021, as Max Verstappen beat rival Sir Lewis Hamilton

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

Fans want Lewis Hamilton to retire from F1 after Abu Dhabi GP controversy.v1

Ex-Ferrari driver defends Masi, admits restart meant ‘bad luck’ for Hamilton

Former Ferrari and McLaren driver Gerhard Berger has leaped to race director Michael Masi’s defence after the highly controversial 2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix in December. Sir Lewis Hamilton missed out on his record-eighth Drivers’ Championship after Masi opted to allow only five lapped cars through ahead of the Safety Car before the final lap

Michael Masi could be fired after costing Lewis Hamilton 2021 F1 championship.v1

‘You don’t twist the rules’: Herbert takes aim at Masi

Former Formula 1 driver Johnny Herbert has blasted the “totally unfair” decision by race director Michael Masi that ultimately determined the result of the 2021 Drivers’ Championship. Max Verstappen pipped Sir Lewis Hamilton to the title last month following a highly controversial Safety Car restart which came after a crash for Williams’ Nicholas Latifi. The

Michael Masi accused of rigging the 2021 Abu Dhabi GP against Lewis Hamilton.v1

Lord suggests Masi favoured Red Bull in ‘rigged’ Abu Dhabi GP

Labour peer Lord Peter Hain has called on the FIA to make swift changes to the rules around team bosses contacting the FIA during races, following the “perverted” and “rigged” 2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Sir Lewis Hamilton was denied his record-eighth Formula 1 world championship last year on the final lap in Abu Dhabi

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

Horner suggests Mercedes-Red Bull rivalry wasn’t at ‘men’s level’

Red Bull team principal Christin Horner has spoken of the political battle between his team and Mercedes last year, calling counterpart Toto Wolff “a different kind of animal.” The two teams went head-to-head in both the drivers’ and constructors’ battle throughout 2021, as Max Verstappen beat Sir Lewis Hamilton to the championship in a dramatic

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