Hamilton sees bright and diverse future for changing F1

LONDON—Seven times Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton says he is confident his sport has a bright and more diverse future but he will not take his foot off the accelerator in pushing for change.

The Mercedes racer, Formula One’s first Black driver and champion, told Reuters Television in an interview that he also looked forward to more success with a team that has dominated the past seven years.

The Briton is Formula One’s most successful driver, equaling Ferrari great Michael Schumacher’s record seven titles and smashing the German’s records for most career wins, with the Briton now on 94.

“This year there has been this awakening,” said the 35-year-old, who sealed …

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