Lewis Hamilton believes the 2023 Formula 1 season can be "whatever we want" in a message to fans.
The seven-time champion endured his worst season statistically in 2022, finishing a career-worst sixth in the standings, having also failed to win a race for the first time in his F1 career.
He was beaten for just the third time by a teammate with George Russell emulating the feats of Jenson Button (2011) and Nico Rosberg (2016).
However, in a pre-season message to fans, Hamilton - who has not won a race since the 2021 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix - is optimistic for the coming season.
Hamilton will be hoping that the new Mercedes W14 proves less troublesome than the W13 of 2022, with the new car set to be unveiled on February 15th before the start of pre-season testing at the end of the month.
Watch his message below:
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