Hamilton eyes further Silver Arrows success
Lewis Hamilton has no plans to retire any time soon as he feels he still has "more to win" with Mercedes.
Hamilton seems destined to claim a sixth Drivers' Championship title this season as he sits 62 points clear of his nearest rival, team-mate Valterri Bottas, with just nine races remaining.
The 34-year-old is in the middle of his 13th campaign as a Formula 1 driver and insists he still has the desire to challenge for silverware.
He told The Guardian: "One day I will have to stop but right now I feel fantastic, physically and mentally.
"I don't have any plans on stopping any time soon – there is more to do, more to win, more to achieve together inside and outside the car.
"It's been a phenomenal journey. We had our first win in Hungary together in 2013 and we have gone from strength to strength.
"The majority of the people are still here from when I joined the team. This journey had been remarkable, now I am excited to see what more we could do together."
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