Lewis Hamilton said he wants to win the 2021 F1 championship “in the right way,” as Wolff said that the fans could see a Senna/Prost-like ending in which incidents could define who comes out victorious.
- Hamilton said he wants to win the championship thanks to his skills, determination and hard work.
- The Mercedes driver said he never won a championship as described by Wolff, and stated he would never want to do so.
What he said:
- “I haven’t read what Toto said but I highly doubt he would insinuate that would ever be the case.”
- “We’ve never won a championship in that way; I have never won a championship in that way and would never want to. So, that’s from my perspective, my point of view: I’m here to win in the right way and that’s through sheer skill and determination and hard work.”
- “You know how I’ve won my championships in the past and I always want to win it the right way. If you’re going to lose it, you lose it the right way also: with dignity and knowing that you’re giving it you’re all and you’ve done things the right way and you’ve worked as hard as you could.”
- “It’s all you can do, is give it your all and work as hard as you can with the team. If it doesn’t work out, you live to fight another day.”