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Hamilton: 'I will end my F1 career before I completely burn out'

Lewis Hamilton has stressed that he will end his Formula One career before he is completely burnt out. The Briton does not want to leave the sport with an empty battery, but he also wants to have energy left for other things. Article continues under ad Hamilton's F1 contract with Mercedes expires at the end of 2023. However, the Briton has no intention of retiring just yet. Hamilton believes he can still achieve a lot in the sport, both on and off the track. Nevertheless, Hamilton believes he will leave the sport once he loses the motivation to continue. "When I talk about fuel left in the tank, I am still fighting for those things and I still feel I have plenty to go", he tells...
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