In a recent press conference, Formula 1 champion Lewis Hamilton has called out Red Bull team principal Christian Horner for spreading rumors that he approached the team for a possible move. Hamilton, who currently races for Mercedes, denied the rumors and accused Horner of trying to stir up controversy.
Speaking to the media, Hamilton expressed his frustration with the situation, claiming that he feels “lonely and not getting much attention” due to the rumors being spread about him. “I don’t know why Christian is spreading these rumors about me approaching Red Bull. It’s simply not true,” Hamilton stated.
The British racing driver went on to address the impact the rumors have had on him, saying, “It’s been difficult for me to deal with these false claims. I feel like I’m not getting the respect and attention I deserve as a seven-time world champion.”
Hamilton’s comments come following a period of speculation surrounding his future in Formula 1. With his contract at Mercedes set to expire at the end of the current season, many have been speculating about a potential move for the driver. However, Hamilton has made it clear that he is focused on his current team and has not approached any other teams for a possible transfer.
Christian Horner has yet to respond to Hamilton’s comments. However, it is clear that the situation has caused tension within the F1 community. As the season progresses, it will be interesting to see how the rumors and speculations surrounding Hamilton’s future unfold.