The Six-time world champion and new record holder of 93 race win Lewis Hamilton in the post-race news conference says there was 'no guarantee' of himself would continue. He astonished the racing world with 903rd win in Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix and in few minutes he stunned the Formula One by admitting that he did not know if he would still be in the sport next season.
He added in the post-race news conference, "there's a lot that excites me with the after-life – time will tell!". Hamilton's sunday victory, a record-extending 93rd of his career, clinched Mercedes' record seventh consecutive constructors title, is the achievement he attributed to the team's "unsung heroes" and the leadership of team boss Toto Wolff. Both Toto Wolff and Hamilton are out of contract at the end of this season and hence while the subjects of much speculation.
"I don't even know if I'm going to be here next year so it's not a concern for me at the moment," replied Hamilton when asked if Wolff's departure has any impact on his decision. The 35 year old Hamilton is questing for a record-equalling seventh drivers title in Turkey in two weeks' time, leveling with Michael Schumacher. Hamilton has interest in fashion, music and human rights issues and has said often that he plans to remain active when he retires.