'I want to kill every other team'- Lewis Hamilton warns rivals ahead of final season with Mercedes

Ahead of his switch to Ferrari next season, Lewis Hamilton is ready for a last dance with Mercedes this year. He will start the Japan GP campaign on April 7.

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British Formula One superstar Lewis Hamilton has warned all his rivals that he will 'kill every other team' to achieve success. Ahead of his switch to Ferrari next season, Hamilton is ready for a last dance with Mercedes this year.

From 2014 to 2020 Hamilton won six back-to-back World Championships with the Brackley-based squad. However, in the last two years, Hamilton has failed to win a game and has faced a huge slum in his form. Ahead of the season Hamilton has spoken about his mindset and said he is determined to win at any cost.

He said, “I’ve manifested everything I’ve ever wanted to do. I do it every year. I was working with Tommy. Winning a world championship. Breaking records. And so, I’ve had some other plans for the future.” He further spoke about his manifesting for a move to Ferrari.

“Yeah. I think perhaps more unconscious manifesting from the early period of my life. But it’s always been up there for me. For now, though, I’m gonna lift Mercedes as high as I can this year”, he said.

“My approach remains the same”, says Lewis Hamilton

Further speaking about his last season with Mercedes Hamilton is looking to finish his tenure on a high note. He said, “The way that I exist, I don’t look at it as on the way out. My commitment to the team is the same as previous years: I want to kill every other team.”

“We want to beat them. My approach remains the same, right till the end. And I can’t let too much of my mind be distracted by what’s afterwards. You can’t tap into that until next year”, he further added. Notably, Lewis Hamilton will next be seen in the Japan Grand Prix at Suzuka Circuit on April 7. The man will be keen to end his losing streak.

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