Emotional Battle Lewis Hamilton Retirement Fears After Emotional Post By Mercedes Star As F1 Fans Think He’ll Quit At End Of Season

The seven-time F1 champion says it has been a “constant effort to keep going” at the start of the new season. Hamilton finished 10th in last Sunday’s Saudi Arabian Grand Prix and his Mercedes car looks far off rivals Ferrari and Red Bull.
In an Instagram story on Thursday, Hamilton said: “It has been such a tough year already with everything that is happening around us.

 

 

“Hard some days to stay positive. “I have struggled mentally and emotionally for a long time, to keep going is a constant effort but we have to keep fighting. “We have so much to do and to achieve.”
Hamilton continued by reassuring fans that there is nothing wrong with the different emotions that people go through, and they are “not alone.” He added: “I am writing to tell you it is OK to to feel the way you do, just know that you are not alone and that we are going to get through this.
“A friend reminded me today, you are so powerful and you can do anything you put your mind to. We can do anything we put our mind to.

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LEWIS HAMILTON has revealed he is “struggling mentally and emotionally” sparking F1 retirement fears. The seven-time F1 champion says it has been a “constant effort to keep going” at the start of the new season. Hamilton has sparked retirement fears with an emotional Instagram post Hamilton has sparked retirement fears with an emotional Instagram post.

 

 

The seven-time F1 champion finished 10th in Saudi Arabia The seven-time F1 champion finished 10th in Saudi ArabiaCredit: REX FEATURES Hamilton has won the most F1 races in histoy and is competing in his 16th season. Hamilton has won the most F1 races in histoy and is competing in his 16th season.Credit: PA
Hamilton finished 10th in last Sunday’s Saudi Arabian Grand Prix and his Mercedes car looks far off rivals Ferrari and Red Bull.
In an Instagram story on Thursday, Hamilton said: “It has been such a tough year already with everything that is happening around us.

 

 

“Hard some days to stay positive. “I have struggled mentally and emotionally for a long time, to keep going is a constant effort but we have to keep fighting.
“We have so much to do and to achieve.”
Hamilton continued by reassuring fans that there is nothing wrong with the different emotions that people go through, and they are “not alone.” He added: “I am writing to tell you it is OK to to feel the way you do, just know that you are not alone and that we are going to get through this.

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“A friend reminded me today, you are so powerful and you can do anything you put your mind to. We can do anything we put our mind to. SNAKE EYES What happened the last time F1 was in Las Vegas at ‘the worst circuit ever’ RACING ROULETTE F1 bag £1BN from Vegas race as Hamilton jokes ‘how am I going to focus?’ ‘STRUGGLING MENTALLY’ Hamilton posts message saying it’s a ‘constant effort to keep going’
“Let’s remember to live in gratitude for another day to rise. Sending you love and light.”

 

 

Hamilton is still recovering from his 2021 heartbreak which saw him lose the F1 title on the final lap of the race to Verstappen. The Brit was in pole position to clinch glory when a safety car was deployed by the ex-FIA race director Michael Masi in the final laps of the showdown. Masi’s madness effectively turned Hamilton into a sitting duck and allowed his bitter foe Verstappen to overtake him and earn his first world title. But fans fear Hamilton may give up on winning a record breaking eighth world title, which would see him surpass Michael Schumacher.

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One said on Twitter: “I’m gonna call it. Hamilton will retire at the end of this season. “That is, if he makes it to the end. His heart is not in it anymore, he doesn’t have the best car and he has too much going on outside of F1.”Another said: “Hamilton will retire at the end of this season.” Hamilton will be back in action this weekend at the Australian GP. The Brit trails championship leader Charles Leclerc by 29 points.

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