Lewis Hamilton has always had a domi inating car ever since he joined Mercedes. The Brit has won seven world titles and aims to bag one more this season, Additionally, the Knight signed a two-year contract with the Brackley-based squad that will see on the grid till the 23′ season.
However, former F1 driver Ralf Schumacher, thinks that Hamilton is concerned with the rule changes that will come in next year which might have a heavy impact on the performance of the car. It is no secret that Mercedes has had the dominant car on the grid since the hybrid era.
Their performance on track has helped them to bag multiple constructor’s titles. However, with the regulation changes coming in next year, Schumacher feels that Hamilton is worried about it affecting their dominance in the sport.
As quoted from RTL.de. Ralf said, “For him it is also a risk that next year’s car is not quite as superior as it was in previous years.”
The 36-year-old has his eyes set on setting a record for the most titles in the history of F1. However, his arch-rival, Max Verstappen, is throwing everything at him to prevent him from doing so.
Additionally, it is the Dutch driver who has the lead in the title race, creating more problems for Hamilton in his search for glory. But Lewis is well aware of the opportunity that awaits him this weekend in Sochi.
The Mercedes driver is hoping to beat Verstappen and bridge the gap to him in the championship. Their rivalry has already since some iconic moments such as their crash at Silverstone, and their recent incident at the Italian Grand Prix in Monza.