Lewis Hamilton has vowed to “be a machine” in 2020 as he is seeking to win a seventh world title, an honoring record.
Hamilton declaring his plan to become a machine. Michael Schumacher’s incredible and inaccessible world record; seven consecutive driver titles, could soon be beaten. Hamilton has earned this chance after winning the sixth silver piece with style in 2019.
The British driver has always spoken of his desire to fight more and more rivals for the Formula 1 crown and Valtteri Bottas, Charles Leclerc, Max Verstappen and Sebastian Vettel will all have this opportunity this season.
But Hamilton published a warning for everyone, declaring his plan to become “a machine”, and also pointed within this particular Instagram post about how grateful he was for his retreat at home for the winter holidays.
« I never could have even dreamed to own a home like the one I do now, shared Hamilton.
« I thank God everyday for giving me a family that worked so hard to give me the chance to make something of myself.
«And to own a home that I love so much, get to create so many wonderful memories brings me more happiness than I ever thought I could deserve.
«I am at peace when I’m here, can focus and build my mind and body so that I can come back year on year.
«I’m going to be a machine this year, on another level than ever before!
« Spread love and positivity everywhere we go. »
This is Hamilton’s last year in his contract with Mercedes. But it is expected that he along with Mercedes’ boss Toto Wolff, extends their time with the team.
Ferrari and Red Bull have both taken early steps in the driver market by joining Charles Leclerc and Max Verstappen respectively to new long-term deals. And this could limit Hamilton’s own options for the future.
HAMILTON DECLARING HIS PLAN TO BECOME A MACHINE
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