Five F1 champion Lewis Hamilton has indicated that he would like the record of seven F1 world titles of Michael Schumacher wants to emulate. The Brit made his confession during an episode of “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction” on Netflix.
In the past, showed Lewis Hamilton will often suggest that the goal was to get the records of Michael Schumacher to break. It seems that Hamilton, his opinion changed somewhat and is no longer an early retirement thinking that he is more on other matters may concentrate that he wants to do.
Hamilton was in February, a guest on David Letterman and in the episode of his program “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction” that last Friday on Netflix was launched gives Hamilton admitted that he was happy for some years, would continue in Formula 1, and the record of Michael Schumacher wants to emulate.
“Michael left F1 when he was 38,” said Hamilton opposite the Amerikanse tv legend David Letterman. “I’m 33, in my head, I can still have five years to continue.”
“I am incredibly determined to win. What drives me is the fire in me, my absolute desire to win, something that I sometimes miss the people that I race.”
The five F1 champion is clearly determined to still at least two times world champion and so is the seven world titles of Michael Schumacher to beat.
“I have this opportunity now. I would easily be able to shoot but it would be a missed opportunity if I not there now to try to go, if I would not continue to improve, continue to grow and keep pushing. I must, quite simply, as long as possible try to continue until I no longer enjoy,” concluded Hamilton.
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