In a recent interview, Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton has claimed that his rival Max Verstappen does not want him to be his teammate.
Hamilton, who currently races for Mercedes, made these comments after being asked about the possibility of partnering with Verstappen at some point in the future. The British driver suggested that Verstappen may not be open to the idea of having him as a teammate, possibly due to the competitive nature of their rivalry on the track.
The two drivers have had numerous intense battles on the circuit in recent years, often leading to heated exchanges and collisions. Despite their fierce competition, Hamilton expressed his admiration for Verstappen’s skills as a driver and stated that he would be open to teaming up with the Dutchman if the opportunity arose.
Verstappen currently races for Red Bull Racing and has been a formidable opponent for Hamilton and his Mercedes team in recent years. The prospect of the two drivers becoming teammates is sure to generate speculation and interest among Formula 1 fans.
It remains to be seen whether Verstappen shares Hamilton’s sentiments about the possibility of racing alongside each other in the future. However, for now, the rivalry between the two drivers is set to continue as they compete for the top honors in the world of Formula 1.