F1 champion Lewis Hamilton: My goal was never to reach Schumacher

F1 champion Lewis Hamilton: My goal was never to reach Schumacher

Lewis Hamilton says he has no intentions to take it easy during the final two rounds of the 2017 Formula 1 world championship after clinching the title in Mexico while the Paradise Papers leak continues to brew. I had emails, texts, WhatsApp messages - and it was probably the most I have ever had.

"I believe I can win more championships, and if I have the vehicle it should be possible", Hamilton said ahead of this weekend's F1 Brazilian Grand Prix. What a year it has been, I have enjoyed every moment.

"I had messages from so many people that I truly admire, super, superstars - musicians, actors, and it was kind of mind-blowing when you see it".

"It is not until the end of the season that my job is fully done", he said.

"I am still a racing driver by heart and still have lots of fights in me", he said. I spent time with family and friends in the past week. After winning the second, I had the same thought of being thankful.

There has been no suggestion that Hamilton, who lives in Monaco, has done anything illegal.

"Sometimes you think you see yourself and you do not think you are a good person, but then you know yourself and see that you care about the world, about others".

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It is not the first time Hamilton has been the subject of criticism this year, having disappointed fans by skipping the build-up to the British Grand Prix in July to go on a short break to Mykonos instead. "I don't know why, but it feels so fresh and so new, it feels great".

"The reason it has not sunk in is because I have tried to stay in the zone and the same mental frame of mind".

Lewis Hamilton brushed aside a question about his tax affairs on Thursday and said winning his fourth Formula One title had yet to sink in. "There are still two races to go so it feels abnormal to back off at this point".

Newly-crowned four-time Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton was presented with a replica of his auto painted by Brazilian street artist Eduardo Kobra at an event held by sponsor Petronas, F1i reports.

"He lacks nothing to them".

"Even though he is a really, really good driver and very consistent, I also need to believe in myself".

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