Lewis Hamilton between retirement and his worst quality

In an interview with the Dutch channel Ziggo Sport the champion made some confessions.

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In full fight for his eighth title in the F1, English Lewis Hamilton confessed that there is not much thread left in the spool as a result of coronavirus pandemic that has been lived since last year.

"The pandemic has probably shortened my expectations of how much I would like to run, but things could change," Hamilton explained in an interview with the Dutch channel Ziggo Sport.

Lewis Hamilton
Photo: Steve Etherington.

“I can't imagine much more, but that can change. Maybe there won't be a pandemic next year and things will change… What I know is that right now I love doing what I'm doing. I love to stay here and I deserve to stay here ”, added the pilot of Mercedes.

During the talk, the pilot also reflected on his personality. “My worst quality is probably that I hate losing. I sure have more bad qualities. Everyone has bad qualities ... I'm very bad with communication, I have a bad memory ... The best ones? I would say that I like to think that I am very good with children. I love children and family ", Dijo.

Despite the latter, he assured that for now he does not think about starting his own family. "At least not while I'm still running," he admitted. “Hard enough with Roscoe! He is like my son ... "he explained about his pet.

More seriously, Hamilton admitted: "It all depends on what kind of world we live in at that time and right now the world is experiencing difficult times."

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