Lewis Hamilton says that he is ready for waiting at the end of the season about his future decision and he added that future at the moment is not important and now he just trying to focus on this season and trying to focus on race victory.
Lewis Hamilton current contract expires at the end of the current season. The Brit has only raced in Formula 1 with McLaren, having made his first appearance with the team in 2007.
Also he added that he has not even started discussion about expand his contract with the McLaren Mercedes.
“I haven’t even discussed it,” Hamilton told media in Canada on Thursday.
“It is just because I underestimated how difficult the season was going to be. I underestimated how busy I would be, and then I also realised how unimportant it is at the moment.
“The championship is more important than what I have to do for my next contract. My future at the moment is not important. I might not even see next year. So what is important is that I capitalise on maximising this year.”
Answered the question about Lewis could wait until the end of the season, he replied: “Possibly. Possibly.”
“I am not looking at anyone. I am just trying to focus on this season and trying to focus on winning. I have other people to worry about those kinds of things, and when the time comes and we sit down and they what do you want to do, then I can give them an answer. But I don’t have to do that at the moment and I am not even thinking about it.”
“I could sit down if I wanted to. But I have a job at the moment and I am not in no rush, no rush at all, so there is no need to do it now.” Lewis added.
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