As per m ultiple rep orts, Sky Sports F1 are set to showcase a special documentary on Lewis Hamilton after Sunday’s race in Singapore. Sky Sports F1 has been one of the top broadcasting companies in the sport that showcases specials before every Grand Prix.
As reported by Fastest Pitstop and Motorsport Broadcasting, the Black History month documentary with Hamilton will be broadcasted on Sky Sports F1 after the coverage of the Singapore Grand Prix ends. However, as per the program guides, the content for that time slot is listed as ‘TBA’.
Talking about the ongoing F1 season, Hamilton hasn’t been able to replicate his success from the last five years. The Seven-time champion is currently sitting in sixth place with 168 points. Similarly, he hasn’t managed to win a single race this year whereas he had six podium finishes. Hence, at the age of 37, there were some speculations about Hamilton possible hanging his boots at the end of the season.
But during a press conference before the Singapore GP, Lewis Hamilton declared that he still has a lot of time as he was extremely healthy and focused. When questioned about his plans beyond 2023, Hamilton said, “For years we’ve been going around, up and down with stories of retirement and stopping. For me, I feel healthier than I’ve ever felt, as I focus a lot on that – I’m feeling fit. I love what I’m doing and I don’t plan on stopping any time soon.”
He then addressed the rumours of him leaving Mercedes as he said, “My goal was always to be with Mercedes. I love that we have the long partnership we have. I feel like we are embarking on a lot of really positive things, not only in the sport but outside. I think there’s a lot of work, a lot to accomplish together, so I want to be a part of that.”