Hamilton Sets Mercedes Goals Ahead of Anticipated Ferrari Switch

In order to finalize his massive transition to Ferrari, Lewis Hamilton has set a goal for himself and Mercedes to “turn every stone” before he departs the Brackley-based team.

As the 2024 Formula One season approaches its midpoint, Hamilton’s tenure as a Mercedes driver is all but over.

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Naturally, he’s signing a multi-year contract to join Ferrari for the upcoming season, which means he’ll be entering the 2026 power unit regulations in red.

Hamilton still has goals for Mercedes before relocating to Maranello, but he hasn’t thought about the feelings associated with winning the Silver Arrows’ farewell race.

Before leaving, which will be an emotional farewell for both sides, the 39-year-old is more concerned with making sure the team keeps performing at its best.

Hamilton admitted to a few members of the media, including RacingNews365, “I honestly haven’t thought of that.” “Winning is the aim.

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We discuss finishing strong, but in the end, I believe it comes down to how well we execute, deliver, and collaborate as a team.

“Just making sure that we’ve left no stone unturned through the year and we continue to press forward and develop and to carry ourselves to the highest standards.”

Motivated ‘easy’ Hamilton is yet to finish on the podium in 2024, making it another challenging campaign.

He struggled in qualifying and qualified seventh in the most recent Canadian Grand Prix, despite having a great opportunity.

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After missing out on pole position in Montreal, Hamilton was extremely critical of himself, which begged the issue of where he gets his motivation from.

Hamilton emphasizes that while there is a crucial component to always getting back up, finding inspiration is not difficult.

Hamilton continued, “I think motivation is relatively easy, same as always.”

“I believe it basically comes down to goal-setting. Every time you fall, you have to get back up, get back on the horse, and continue.

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“But I think it’s continuing to believe that you can do better each day and every day is new opportunities.”