Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton has signed a one-year contract with Mercedes on February 9. While Hamilton's contract expired in December 2020 and was a free agent until now, the Mercedes-AMG Petronas Team expressed gratitude by welcoming and continuing in 2021. Meanwhile, the 36-year-old British F1-racer is eyeing for a victory in a unique eighth world title, as he will contest in the upcoming season starting in March at Bahrain.
Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton will miss Bahrain's Sakhir Grand Prix due on this weekend after turning positive for the COVID-19. Currently, the seven-time world champion has been isolated after being tested twice. His team Mercedes has informed that Hamilton woke with mild symptoms on November 30 and is stable. Earlier on November 29, he had won the Bahrain Grand Prix and had equalled the record of seven World Championships.
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Seven-time Formula One Champion Lewis Hamilton has won the Bahrain Grand Prix on November 29. With this, Hamilton has also claimed his 95th F1 win and 11th victory of the season. Earlier, the race had been delayed after the French racer Romain Grosjean's car split and caught fire resulting in burns to the back of both hands. Red Bull pair Verstappen and Albon took second and third place respectively.
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