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SCARPERIA, ITALY – SEPTEMBER 13: Race winner Lewis Hamilton of Great Britain and Mercedes GP celebrates in parc ferme during the F1 Grand Prix of Tuscany at Mugello Circuit on September 13, 2020 in Scarperia, Italy. (Photo by Rudy Carezzevoli/Getty Images)

Hamilton signs new Mercedes deal until 2022: After a tense month of negotiation, Lewis Hamilton has finally signed a one year extension with Mercedes.
After nearly a little over a month of negotiation, World Champion Lewis Hamilton has signed a new deal. Previous speculation over the delay of the Englishman’s signature was because of money and length of contract.
The deal will extend Hamilton’s stay with Mercedes for one season until 2022 when further negation will take place. This deal is said to include two clauses for both parties. The first is that both Hamilton and Mercedes want the freedom and flexibility of a short term deal.
The second is then that both driver and team will create and campaign for a new charity aimed at tackling diversity. Mercedes was quoted on the matter saying:
“We will have the mission of supporting greater diversity and inclusion in all its forms in motorsport”.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has ended talk of why the deal was taking as long as it did. Original reports stated that Hamilton was in talks to sign a deal after winning the World Championship in Bahrain. Wolff commented to autosport.com on the delay, saying:
“We wanted to discuss the contract at the end of the 2020 season between the Bahrain races. Then obviously, Lewis didn’t feel well.
“In the end, we started our conversation just before Christmas, so it was important to get it done as soon as possible.

For Hamilton and his team, they now set their minds on the new season which is set to start in Bahrain on March 28th.
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FILE PHOTO: Formula One F1 – Turkish Grand Prix – Istanbul Park, Istanbul, Turkey – November 15, 2020 Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton celebrates on the podium with a trophy after winning the race and the world championship Pool via REUTERS/Ozan Kose
Lewis Hamilton has ended his long-running contract saga with Mercedes by signing a new one-year deal, the Formula One team announced on Monday.
The British driver, 36, will be bidding to win an unprecedented eighth world title when the season gets underway in Bahrain next month.
“We have always been aligned with Lewis that we would continue, but the very unusual year we had in 2020 meant it took some time to finish the process,” said team principal Toto Wolff, referring to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
“The story of Mercedes and Lewis has written itself into the history books of our sport over the past eight seasons, and we are hungry to compete and to add more chapters to it,” he added.
Hamilton had been out of contract since his previous deal expired on the final day of December.
But after several weeks of negotiations with Mercedes, his future has finally been settled, albeit with both parties agreeing to only one extra year.
Hamilton said he was “excited” to be heading into a ninth season with Mercedes.
“Our team has achieved incredible things together and we look forward to building on our success even further, while continuously looking to improve, both on and off the track,” he said.
“I’m equally determined to continue the journey we started to make motorsport more diverse for future generations and I am grateful that Mercedes has been extremely supportive of my call to address this issue.”
Hamilton equaled Michael Schumacher’s championship haul with his seventh title in 2020 and already has more race wins, pole positions and podiums that any other driver in the sport’s history.

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