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Toto Wolff denies ‘hungry' Lewis Hamilton will leave Mercedes

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff has confirmed that Lewis Hamilton's contract extension remains a 'topic that we will tackle over the winter', with news on the seven-time World Champion's speculated extension having gone quiet during December. Despite 2022 being Mercedes' worst of the hybrid era and Hamilton's worst of his career, the duo remains very upbeat looking ahead to 2023. Hamilton expressed several times last season that he has every intent on remaining in the sport beyond 2023, despite having previously stated that he didn't want to race in Formula 1 into his 40s. For that to happen, Hamilton will need to compete in the 2025 Championship, as he'll turn 40 on January 7th, 2025....
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