Published: Sat, July 21, 2018
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

Lewis Hamilton signs new lucrative Mercedes F1 deal

Lewis Hamilton signs new lucrative Mercedes F1 deal

"Guys, I need to make it back", he added. Sebastian Vettel, who leads Hamilton by eight points in the championship before this weekend's German Grand Prix, is thought to earn £30 million per year at Ferrari.

As the press release reads, this latest trailer shows the German driver navigating a lap of the famous circuit whilst talking about his home race returning, and giving advice on how to get the best possible lap time.

In Britain two weekends ago in front of his home fans, Hamilton went from pole position to last after tangling with Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen at the start but managed to fight back to second place.

"'While I know there are drivers calling you, which I expect, I also trust you are not thinking to do anything else, so we can take our time'". "Now we take the English flag and hang it in Maranello". All we can do is try to do the best job we can, and that's what we're focused on.

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Moments after informing the team radio that his gears had stopped working, Lewis Hamilton jumped out of his auto and attempted to push it back to the pitlane as he desperately tried to avoid elimination in the first round of qualifying. "That's our approach right now".

"Now we have to find out how we've been working compared to the others, but I think that even if we can still improve our lap time, the auto is fine. We're literally just trying to make sure we understand our tyres, tyre temperatures, different things, and try to be as ideal as we can at the starts and hopefully that will be enough". But Hamilton is convinced his team will be able to match whatever Ferrari find in terms of performance over the rest of the season.

"I have been part of the Mercedes racing family for 20 years and I have never been happier inside a team than I am right now", Hamilton commented. For us, we can't get distracted by what other people are doing.

The spokesman said it was important to stop the auto to prevent "heat soak damage" to the power unit as happened to teammate Valtteri Bottas during the race in Austria earlier this month. "But I wouldn't want it any other way".

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