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Lewis Hamilton

Hamilton vows: I'll always be a Mercedes driver

As he continues into his 10th season with the Mercedes F1 team, Lewis Hamilton has expressed his loyalty to the squad and hinted at remaining with them for the rest of his Formula 1 career.

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Lewis Hamilton has vowed to "always be a Mercedes driver" in a message of loyalty to his team.

The seven-time World Champion is now into his 10th season with the outfit, having first joined them back in 2013. Prior to that, he also worked with the manufacturer during his McLaren days, as they provided engines for the Woking-based squad.

Since partnering with the Silver Arrows as a team, Hamilton has won six Drivers' titles, and has helped Mercedes to secure eight consecutive Constructors' Championships.

The team have faced a challenging start to the 2022 season, but this has not deterred Hamilton from speaking about the special relationship he shares with them.

Hamilton vows to "always" be a Mercedes driver

In a message shared on social media by the team, Hamilton spoke of how he will be a Mercedes driver "for life".

"When you are part of Mercedes, you are a part of Mercedes for life," the Briton said.

"Look at Sir Stirling Moss. They take care of you.

"That's the most special thing and that's why I'll always be a Mercedes driver."

Hamilton's current contract with Mercedes runs until the end of the 2023 season.

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