Lewis Hamilton aims to win an eighth championship

Formula 1: Lewis Hamilton eager for his eighth world title Just a week before the start of the Formula 1 season at the Bahrain Grand Prix, Sir Lewis Hamilton attended Expo 2020 Dubai to share his thoughts on the 2022 F1 season. The seven-time world champion is eager to surpass Michael Schumacher to claim his eighth title after losing it to Max Verstappen on the last lap of the final race in Abu Dhabi last December. Follow Formula 1 and F1 updates live on InsideSport.IN

Formula 1: Lewis Hamilton eager to surpass the great Michael Schumacher by winning his eighth world championship

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Formula 1: Lewis Hamilton eager to surpass the great Michael Schumacher by winning his eighth world championship

“It’s always one day at a time. I like what I do. I feel full of energy. I am grateful to be hungry. We’ll see what the future holds for me. No. 8 would mean everything. It is impossible to know what the future holds. Doing the impossible would be great. It would mean the whole world to me and my family,” said Lewis Hamilton.

Brazil 2021 was my best drive. I didn’t know I had that in me. I don’t remember all the races. I remember my first Grand Prix victory. I remember my dad smiling after that. I knew I had made him proud,” Hamilton said.

Hamilton is in the hunt for his eighth title and with the 2022 F1 season starting next week, Mercedes AMG chief driver Hamilton has explained what to expect from the first race. “Bahrain would be difficult. It will be better in the race as in the evening. There were quite a few cars that seemed fast like Alfa Romeo and Valtteri was driving quite fast. Red Bull was ridiculously fast, as was Ferrari. But we are the best team (laughs).” The 2022 F1 season begins on March 18 with the Bahrain Grand Prix.

Formula 1: Lewis Hamilton eager to surpass the great Michael Schumacher by winning his eighth world championship

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Formula 1: Lewis Hamilton eager to surpass the great Michael Schumacher by winning his eighth world championship
Lewis Hamilton shared his thoughts at Expo 2020 in Dubai

Speaking about his favorite title of his seven championships, Lewis Hamilton said: “I didn’t like the first title won. There were so many things involved and it happened in a flash. The last one was my favorite. There were so many people who didn’t believe me, said I was a failure. But I continued to believe in myself. keep challenging yourself. Don’t be okay with what you have. You can always progress.

“I want more people from diverse backgrounds to get into the sport. I was the only person of color to be here and to be in the foreground. Formula 1 must diversify in the future. It’s better to succeed in moving forward. Barriers must be pushed back and young talents must be promoted,” he added.

Formula 1: Lewis Hamilton eager to surpass the great Michael Schumacher by winning his eighth world championship

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