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Hamilton, a seven-time world champion and F1 icon, will wait for the results of the investigation into the Abu Dhabi controversy before deciding on

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Hamilton, a seven-time world champion and F1 icon, will wait for the results of the investigation into the Abu Dhabi controversy before deciding on his future. 

The 27-year-old is said to be ‘disillusioned’ with the sport following the incident.

Team principal Toto Wolff said last month that Mercedes would ‘hold the FIA to account’. 

Hamilton and Mercedes team members did not conduct any other media interviews after the season. 

The Brit, who was knighted at Windsor Castle following the season, is yet to post on his social media accounts since the events of 12 December 2021.

The 23-race 2022 campaign begins on 18-20 March, with winter testing for the all-new generation of cars underway from 23 February.



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