Lewis Hamilton out for Max Verstappen’s revenge with strong backing from F1 CEO; See what’s going on

 

Hamilton’s future has been up in the air ever since he lost out on the title in controversial circumstances at the end of last season.

Max Verstappen made the most of a late safety car and the questionable decisions from race director Michael Masi which followed.

 

The Dutchman was delighted to become world champion for the first time, but Hamilton was left “disillusioned” with the sport over the way he had lost the fight.

 

 

His social media media pages were dormant for weeks and rumours persisted that he was ready to end his trophy-laden motorsport career.

 

Lewis Hamilton out for Max Verstappen's revenge with strong backing from F1 CEO; See what's going on

With the start of the new season just six weeks away and the findings from the FIA’s investigation into last year’s finale imminent, Hamilton has now ended his social media hiatus.

 

 

Lewis Hamilton out for Max Verstappen's revenge with strong backing from F1 CEO; See what's going on

Lewis Hamilton will come into the new F1 season firing on all cylinders and hell-bent on revenge after losing out on the title last year, according to the sport’s top boss. Chief executive Stefano Domenicali expects the Brit to continue his racing career, and has backed him to be “totally focussed” on winning his eighth championship.

 

 

First there was a photo of himself stood in front of the Grand Canyon, alongside a simple caption: “I’ve been gone. Now I’m back!”

And then, on his Instagram story on Monday, he shared a video showing he was out on an early-morning run with Mercedes trainer and long-time ally Angela Cullen.

 

 

Lewis Hamilton 'totally focused' on Max Verstappen revenge with strong backing from F1 CEO; See what's going on

Not only that, but the Italian is confident the all-time record-holder for most race wins will be competing at the front once again.

 

 

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