Lewis Hamilton says he’ll decide when his F1 “masterpiece” will be finished



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Lewis Hamilton says he’ll decide when his F1 “masterpiece” will be finished

Amid conflicting narratives on whether Lewis Hamilton has been unhappy with Formula One and might consider an early-retirement, the seven-time world champion turned to Instagram to downplay the speculations saying he would be one to decide when his “masterpiece” would be finished.

In point of fact, latest media speculation on Hamilton’s career comes over the heels of a struggling beginning of 2022 F1 season for the Briton, while the 37-year-old has been found to be struggling for pace in comparison to his teammate George Russel.

Russel finished at fourth in Emilia Romagna GP, while Hamilton was ranked at thirteenth after failing to complete within top ten in the qualifying round. On top of that, as the Briton has been struggling for forms with only one podium finish this season, Russel ranked better than Hamilton for three straight races in a row.

Besides, following last weekend’s humiliating performance at Emilia Romagna GP, which is widely being viewed as the F1 legend’s worst performance in his career, Red Bull’s motorsport advisor Marko had mocked on Hamilton’s performance saying that he should have retired after last year’s title decider in Abu Dhabi GP.

Hamilton says he will decide when he will end his F1 legacy

Amid such embarrassing remarks alongside media speculations, Hamilton played down the media reports on Wednesday. Hamilton turns to Instagram to answer the criticisms saying, “Working on my masterpiece.

I'll be the one to decide when it's finished”. Lewis Hamilton has already dismissed his chances of winning this season’s driver’s championship title after finding himself 58 points behind Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc.