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‘No stress’ between Lewis Hamilton and Toto Wolff regardless of delay to new F1 deal | F1

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Hamilton is out of contract on the finish of F1 2023, nevertheless, he’s reiterated his need to stay with Mercedes, the crew he’s gained six of his seven titles with.

Even at 38, Hamilton stays amongst the highest bracket of F1 drivers on the grid, with 2023 arguably his finest marketing campaign since 2020.

Hamilton has stored youthful teammate George Russell at arm’s size on-track, notably since Mercedes’ Monaco improve.

Though the brand new deal nonetheless hasn’t been sorted, Hamilton is much from involved, expressing his nice relationship with Wolff and the crew.

“12 months after yr, you be taught increasingly,” he instructed Sky. “It’s about progress, rising collectively, determining how to do this, each on and off monitor.

“Toto is a good boss, Mercedes have been large supporters of mine for such a very long time.

“I don’t suppose there may be notably stress between us. We belief one another. We now have the identical targets and we all know that we will try this collectively.”

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Looking forward to this weekend’s race at Zandvoort, Hamilton confirmed Mercedes have plenty of minor upgrades.

The Dutch GP was one in all Mercedes’ finest weekends of the yr in 2022, with Hamilton and Russell difficult Max Verstappen for the race victory.

“We now have a few bits that the blokes have labored on,” he added. “Not huge steps however each little counts. We perceive the automobile extra. I’m hoping every weekend we will put the automobile in a greater window.

“Spa will not be a terrific circuit for us however we nonetheless did comparatively first rate. 

“I’m hoping this weekend needs to be related performance-wise to Budapest. Hopefully we will be aggressive.”

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