Lewis Hamilton has F1 ‘interest’ examined by former Mercedes chief amid ongoing struggles

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LEWIS HAMILTON has endured a dismal begin to the brand new F1 season.

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Lewis Hamilton nonetheless has an curiosity in F1 amid his ongoing struggles, in response to former Mercedes chief Norbert Haug. The seven-time world champion has endured a dismal begin to the brand new F1 season and has fallen to seventh within the total standings.

Hamilton has minimize a annoyed determine throughout the early a part of the season as has struggled to get the most effective out of his Mercedes automobile because it was redesigned within the winter within the wake of an entire host of F1 regulation adjustments. The Briton has been swept away by his rivals and will solely muster a Tenth-place end in Saudi Arabia and Thirteenth-place in Imola. And he has been outshone by his new Silver Arrows team-mate George Russell.

Hamilton is 37 and had been tipped to retire throughout the low season after lacking out on touchdown a record-breaking eighth championship following a controversial finish to the 2021 season as Max Verstappen claimed his maiden title. And Hamilton’s profession is in peril of really fizzling out if he can’t flip his fortunes round within the coming months.

However, regardless of the driving force’s woes, Haug has tipped the veteran to bounce again. “I don’t suppose Lewis will lose curiosity,” mentioned the ex-Mercedes motorsport vp. “He truly misplaced the title twice – as soon as in 2007, which was a staff mistake, and in 2021 by way of a mistaken resolution by the FIA.

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Lewis Hamilton has F1 'interest' examined by former Mercedes chief amid ongoing struggles

Lewis Hamilton has endured a depressing begin to the brand new F1 season (Picture: GETTY)

“I’m not saying Verstappen doesn’t deserve the title, however Lewis’ driving efficiency equals world titles and now he’s chasing the eighth. After all he nonetheless needs to realize that.”

The brand new season has seen Ferrari competing on the prime of the standings for the primary time in years as Charles Leclerc has begun the season in fantastic kind. Verstappen appears to be like set to launch an assault on the title as soon as once more, whereas Russell has carried out properly in tough circumstances.


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Lewis Hamilton has F1 'interest' examined by former Mercedes chief amid ongoing struggles

The 2022 F1 season is about to proceed in Miami this weekend (Picture: EXPRESS)

And Haug admits there might now be an F1 energy shift. “I’m not anxious that Lewis might lose motivation,” continued the 69-year-old. “However we’re experiencing a generational change in System One. Not solely by Verstappen, additionally by Russell, [Lando] Norris, Leclerc – if he doesn’t typically make errors like he did in Imola.”

The 2022 F1 season is about to renew on the inaugural Miami Grand Prix this weekend. And Hamilton is aware of he should produce a a lot better efficiency than he managed in Imola if he’s to compete on the entrance of the grid.


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