Hamilton reveals 'Bono' is “stuck” with him as part of new Mercedes F1 deal
The seven-time world champion, Lewis Hamilton, has extended his contract with Mercedes for two more years, ensuring his presence on the Formula 1 grid until the end of the 2025 season, thus ending all speculations about his future. Hamilton confirmed that his engineer, Bono, will continue to work alongside him during this period, marking their 11th season together since Hamilton joined Mercedes in 2013. Hamilton expressed his gratitude for this long-lasting partnership, stating that they are setting records as one of the longest-lasting driver-engineer pairings in F1. Despite being 38 years old, Hamilton’s new contract will keep him in the sport past his 40th birthday, which he admits is surprising but also a testament to his love for the sport and the continued satisfaction he finds in working with his team.