40 million a year: they confirm that Lewis Hamilton will leave Mercedes for this team
After the failure of the Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix, Formula 1 drivers are preparing for the legendary Monaco track. Lewis Hamilton He is the most active Monte Carlo street racer with three victories. In this sense, the British motorist is excited to return to P1 in the historic race in the principality. At the same time, everything seems to indicate that negotiations for his continuation with Mercedes are not progressing as he would like, and from the UK, they are ensuring that the seven-time world champion can sign for another team by 2024.
relationship Lewis Hamilton With Mercedes, it seems endless, as they reach the top of Formula 1 side by side. However, as his contract drew to a close, negotiations for an extension of the link with those in Brackley stalled. In this context, and according to information revealed by the Daily Mail, Seven times world champion He can drive for Ferrari in the 2024 season. The Italian team is preparing an offer of £40m a year to entice the British driver to join the Prancing Horse.
from here, Lewis Hamilton He will have the opportunity to fight for his eighth world title at the age of 39 in the most famous team in Formula 1 and where the big stars of this category have passed. It doesn’t seem unreasonable to have a British runner He will sign with Ferrari, although he must be fully convinced he can compete for the Drivers’ Cup in his Maranello team car. However, nothing has been confirmed yet and there are also chances that Hamilton will make good on his promise to retire at Mercedes.
Your partner in Ferrari
For Hamilton to join the Italian team, one of the current drivers will have to leave his place. In this sense, according to the aforementioned media, Ferrari is dealing with the two possible options: leaving Charles Leclerc or Carlos Sainz to accompany the British star. In the first case, the Spanish rider would end up in another team by 2024. On the other hand, another idea would be to swap places with Hamilton and join Mercedes to share a team with George Russell.
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