So, outside the vehicle, what if you needed to make your own watch… what might it look like?
LEWIS – I’d love that! I’d love to plan my own watch! I never truly pondered it yet rose gold is my top pick. Blended in with carbon fiber possibly. I love the Big Pilot’s watch, I love heavier watches. I like to feel the load on my arm. In all likelihood it would be a perpetual schedule and a tourbillon. A watch as mechanical as possible.
Below, only for entertainment purposes, what Hamilton’s watch could resemble…
Racing… a few words about dashing and the momentum season
LEWIS – It’s frequently simpler to get up to speed than to remain ahead as far as advancement. A year ago, we had a decent beginning and everybody drew nearer before the finish of the period. Furthermore, we’re coming to this season and this remaining parts as before. Really, exceptionally close. We have 21 races and the vehicles can’t be wonderful on 21 tracks. There will be one that suits one vehicle and the inverse, contingent upon the vehicles’ characteristics.
This year we’ve seen two successes by one driver, at that point two successes by another driver and it will proceed till the year’s end. It will be incredible for observers. Effectively a year ago with Ferrari it was super-close. What’s more, it’s additionally more diversion for me as well. More pressing factor, more competition. It’s more enjoyable to battle against another group. You don’t have a clue what they have in the engine or what they will do the next end of the week. We need to continually challenge ourselves.
You need to zero in additional on collaboration. At the point when you’re in the group and battling against the other driver, you’re not actually doing cooperation. You’re attempting to take your vehicle ahead. Presently, it’s by and large attempting to push the group in front of the others. Thus, I work all the more intimately with Valtteri (Bottas) than I worked with Nico (Rosberg). It’s a different battle.
What could be the future for you? Another class – MotoGP, 24h of the le mans?
LEWIS – I’m not actually intrigued by different classes. I’ll probably complete my vocation in Formula 1. I appreciate and regard different classifications and the drivers from them, yet it doesn’t do anything for me. I watch Formula 1 and it’s “goodness”, that is what I generally needed to do. I don’t watch Le Mans or Touring Cars. Aside from MotoGP… That I love! MotoGP, I would do. (MotoGP is what could be compared to F1 for motorbikes).
It wouldn’t be an alternative, in any case, after Formula 1. Expertly at any rate. I just need to accomplish something and be the awesome it. I do accept if I had begun before, possibly at a youthful age. Be that as it may, if you think at the present time, if I go to MotoGP, the experience the drivers have, I would never get up to speed. What’s more, attempting to make up for lost time, in all probability I’ll break something and get harmed! Also, in my thirties, I’d be an old driver (laughs).
Tomorrow, we will have the second piece of this interview, this time with Valtteri Bottas (Lewis’ partner), with the equivalent questions… And you’ll see that these two people are truly different. Stay tuned!