Lewis Hamilton admits he 'feels like stopping some days'

‘Some days I feel like stopping’: Lewis Hamilton admits he often considers quitting from Formula One – but reassures fans he’s ‘on a mission’ as he quells retirement talk in a motivational message during a run on the beach

  • Hamilton provided a motivational message for his Instagram followers
  • The Mercedes star has struggled to compete in Formula One this and last season
  • But the 38-year-old insists he’s ‘on a mission’ to succeed in uplifting post

Lewis Hamilton has admitted that he ‘feels like stopping some days’ but has urged fans to keep pushing to succeed in an uplifting message to fans during a run on the beach.

The seven-time world champion struggled to compete with Max Verstappen last season and his woes looked to have carried over to this campaign, despite dominating the sport a large chunk of his career.

This led to his future with Mercedes being thrown into doubt, with boss Toto Wolff expressing doubts over the 2023 car and Hamilton’s future.

However, while his future at Mercedes is currently up in the air, Hamilton has reassured fans he plans to keep on fighting and that they should too. 

The Formula One legend shared a video to his Instagram page – which can be seen by his 32million followers – of him running topless down the beach, where he wished everyone to ‘have a good week’ ahead of this weekend’s Australian Grand Prix.

Lewis Hamilton provides a motivational message for his 32million Instagram followers

Hamilton admitted to feeling like stopping some days in the post after his struggles in F1

In the caption he adds: ‘Some days I feel like stopping. When I start to feel this way I dig deep and remember I’m on a mission.

‘Whether you realise it or not, you’re on a mission too. We’re all chasing something.

‘Some dream or goal that will make us better people, make our lives more fulfilling, and make us proud of ourselves.

‘Some days it’ll feel impossible to get there, but it’s not. We can get it. We will get it. 

‘I know you’re with me, I feel the love and support and just know I’m sending it back to you tenfold. We got this.’

Hamilton finished fifth at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix earlier this month and was 31 seconds off the pace of race winner Sergio Perez in the Red Bull.

He also finished fifth in the season’s opening race in Bahrain, finishing well behind rival Verstappen.

Hamilton has struggled this year and there have been several issues with his car at Mercedes

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