“I have already spoken and said that Lewis (Hamilton) will always have a driving seat with us. The decision will always be discussed between both parties“, Wolff commented to the magazine Auto, motor and sports about the contractual future of the British driver and his career, pointing out that this contract would come to an end in the 2023 season, which starts with the Bahrain Grand Prix next March 5.
“I would be the first to say if he no longer enjoys or thinks that the level is falling,” said the Mercedes team leader about the 38-year-old Hamilton.
“We will certainly negotiate as in previous years. I don’t see any indication that we have to change anything“He indicated about the negotiations that would surround the process of renewing and justifying the permanence of the seven-time Formula 1 champion.
Despite the continuity of the pilot in the maximum circuit, Hamilton has begun to move his interests to different lines of business, from football, in which he showed intentions of buying Chelsea in the Premier League, as well as in the cinema in association with Brad Pitt.