Lewis Hamilton says he wants to remain in Formula 1 after his retirement, indicating he intends to continue his mission to “make motorsport more inclusive”.
One of the most popular debates among Formula 1 media and observers is how long will Lewis Hamilton continue racing in Formula 1.
While Lewis is still not seriously contemplating retirement, in an interview with Gazzetta dello Sport he said he would like to remain involved in F1 even after his racing career is over.
“I could stay involved in F1 after retirement and I think I want to,” the Briton said.
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“But it’s hard for me to think about when I won’t be racing.
“Growing up, I’ve learned that changing things while you’re in them is easier and succeeds better. F1 gave me a platform to reach a lot of people, to inform, to send positive messages, to encourage people, to push.
“At some point, I too will have to stop, but the mission to make motorsport more inclusive will never leave my mind, it’s something I will always want to fight for.
“One or two years are certainly not enough,” concluded Hamilton.