After winning the Turkish Grand Prix and conquer your seventh title in the F1, English Lewis Hamilton decided to share a thoughtful message on his social networks.
“Before today and even after crossing the line, I have been thinking about what is most important to me. This year has been so unpredictable. With the pandemic and the season that was delayed for several months, I had the most downtime I have ever had in my life. "explained the pilot of Mercedes, which in Istanbul achieved its 94th victory in the Highest category.
“It gave me a chance to really think about my ultimate purpose. Seven world championships mean a lot to me, I can't even describe it, but there is still another race that we have yet to win. "added Hamilton, who equaled the German championship record Michael Schumacher.
“This year has driven me not only in my desire to win on the track, but also in the desire to help advance our sport and our world to be more diverse and inclusive. I promise that I will not stop fighting for change. We have a long way to go, but I will continue to press for equality in our sport and in the world in which we live ”, explained the multiple champion, very committed to social causes.
“Equaling Michael Schumacher's record makes it clear to me that I will not be here forever. So while I'm still here, I want to ask everyone to do their part to help create a more equal world. Let's make sure that the opportunities do not depend on external factors or skin color ”, added the runner, who said in a press release released by his team that he would love to stay because he still has a lot of work to do.
Finally, Hamilton highlighted: "Nothing is impossible. A driving force for me this year has been creating an example for the next generation, so that they will never abandon their dreams. Many told me that my dream was impossible, but here I am. I want you to know that you can do it too. Never give up, keep fighting and let's continue to rise to the occasion ”.
- Lewis Hamilton (@LewisHamilton) November 15