Lewis Hamilton says he loves watching Le Mans and MotoGP, and he will “ride motorbikes” after he retires, “but not competitively”.
In a talk with Canal+, Lewis Hamilton opened up about his plans after he retires from Formula 1, but said they will not involve racing in other series.
“I don’t feel the urge to enter other competitions after F1,” the Briton said.
“I love watching races like Le Mans, it looks incredible. I love Moto, I’ve always loved MotoGP. I still do, I’ve got two superbikes.
“I think I’ll ride motorbikes, but not competitively. I’ve got lots of other things to do, I don’t think I’ll be doing any more competitions, at least not as a professional. It takes too much time.
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“I’ll continue parachute jumping and surfing.”
Lewis also added he was very active when he was a child.
“Do you know Dennis the Menace? I was version 2.0. I climbed trees, I cycled, I raced down hills, I jumped! I had a competitive spirit in everything I did.
“I wouldn’t say I had the happiest childhood, but driving was what I loved most,” Hamilton concluded.