Reviews Will Hamilton gamble in poker with Mercedes?

16:55  05 january  2021
16:55  05 january  2021 Source:   sport1.de

Mercedes in Portugal: DAS system not in use during free practice

 Mercedes in Portugal: DAS system not in use during free practice The Mercedes team will temporarily expand the innovative DAS steering system from the two cars in Portugal - tests during training in preparation for 2021 © Giorgio Piola Mercedes is building DAS Portimao for training from The Mercedes team will forego the DAS ("Dual Axis Steering") steering system in free practice on the Portugal race weekend. The world championship team wants to use the session without the driving aid to prepare for the coming year.

Hamilton Rowan Gamble (November 29, 1798 – January 31, 1864) was an American jurist and politician who served as the Chief Justice of the Missouri Supreme Court at the time of the Dred Scott

Poker face: Lewis Hamilton has courted speculation about his future during contract negotiations Credit: Photo: GETTY IMAGES. I believe Hamilton and Mercedes have already agreed personal terms and a deal could be imminent.” If he does decide to make a move, it would be a gamble .

Lewis Hamilton is supposed to put explosive conditions in contract poker for Mercedes. There is a headwind. Is Russell coming or is Hamilton doing it like Idol Senna?

Verzockt sich Hamilton im Poker mit Mercedes? © Provided by sport1.de Will Hamilton gamble himself away in poker with Mercedes?

Incredible but true: record world champion Lewis Hamilton has been unemployed since January 1st.

his Mercedes contract expired at the end of 2020, and the 35-year-old has not yet signed a new one. The English Express now wants to know what the problem is: The Briton therefore sets three conditions.

These are no problem for team boss and one-third shareholder Toto Wolff - but the demands of the Daimler board of directors around CEO Ola Källenius are too high.

From 2021: Mercedes and Aston Martin want to alternate the safety car

 From 2021: Mercedes and Aston Martin want to alternate the safety car © Motorsport Images The Mercedes safety car in action at the latest Turkish Grand Prix Since 1996, Mercedes has exclusively provided Formula 1 with the official safety Car available. It is currently a Mercedes-AMG GT R. From next year, the German car manufacturer will very likely share these tasks with Aston Martin, according to information from 'Motorsport-Total.com'. Talks are currently underway on a revised agreement.

I think Hamilton is gambling on Mercedes having a great season in 2014 because of the new engine regulations. I agree Lewis is taking a massive gamble , but Ross Brawn must have promised him a lot. Or they have an amazing car for next year, its quite exciting really, it must of taken a lot for Lewis

But Hamilton is expected sign a new contract to remain with the German company and Wolff revealed he hopes to have an agreement in place soon. Lewis Hamilton is set to sign a new deal with Mercedes to confirm as their driver for 2021. Mercedes boss Toto Wolff said they will open contract

The Daimler faction wants to lower the price of the knighted F1 superstar , otherwise it would rather sign his compatriot George Russell, who is worlds cheaper. (SERVICE: The Formula 1 racing calendar 2021)

This is what Hamilton should demand from Mercedes

First, according to Express , Hamilton demands 40 million euros base salary. The Briton wants to make sure that he is still the best-paid driver in Formula 1.

claim two: Hamilton wants ten percent of the Mercedes prize money if the team wins the constructors' championship for the eighth time in a row. For this, Mercedes got 140 million euros in 2020 according to Express information. That would mean another bonus of 14 million euros for the record world champion.

condition three seems the easiest for Mercedes: Hamilton not only wants to get the latest AMG model that will come onto the market free of charge - he also wants to play a major role in the group that goes beyond a normal ambassadorial role. Specifically: The F1 star wants to actively help establish Mercedes in the new world of electric cars.

Ralf Schumacher: Why Mercedes should let George Russell drive

 Ralf Schumacher: Why Mercedes should let George Russell drive The former Formula 1 winning driver Ralf Schumacher would nominate the current Williams driver George Russell as a replacement for Lewis Hamilton Lewis Hamilton is left out after his positive Corona test. So the big question is who will represent the Formula 1 world champion in the Mercedes cockpit in Bahrain this weekend. For Ralf Schumacher, the answer is obvious: the former Grand Prix driver would put the current Williams driver George Russell in the car.

Lewis Hamilton has his sights set on winning more titles with Mercedes in the years to come. Although he can still claim this season's crown, matters are no longer in Hamilton 's hands after he finished third in the Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday, while a dominant Nico Rosberg charged to his ninth victory of

© Provided by News18. Seven-time World F1 champion Lewis Hamilton has reportedly rejected the contract that Mercedes has offered him. This means, as of now, the Briton will be out of a job for the 2021 season. His contract with Mercedes F1 team expired on January 1, 2021.

Hamilton announced on his Instagram channel in 2020: "I would also like to use my position as a racing driver to implement positive and lasting changes, which is why I am working closely with Mercedes to slowly convert their vehicle fleet to electric cars. My new dream car is the new one , all-electric EQS. I can't wait for it to be presented! "

Mercedes can put Hamilton under pressure with Russell

However, Mercedes is now also playing poker and using George Russell as leverage.

The 22-year-old young driver - actually under contract with Williams - has proven himself in the second race in Bahrain when he replaced Hamilton, who had suffered from corona, and only failed to win due to a lot of bad luck. Test

DAZN for free and experience sports highlights live & on demand | ADVERTISEMENT

Webber: "Hamilton couldn't like that"

For experts such as ex-Formula 1 driver Mark Webber, Russell's glorious appearance was the worst-case scenario for Hamilton.

Mercedes: GP Sachir is not an early shoot-out for 2022

 Mercedes: GP Sachir is not an early shoot-out for 2022 Formula 1 team boss Toto Wolff assured, Mercedes with George Russell and Valtteri Bottas will not have a shoot-out for a cockpit in the 2022 season from George Russell against Valtteri Bottas at Mercedes. Is the Mercedes team duel at the Sachir Grand Prix this weekend perhaps a qualifying drive for a cockpit in the world championship team? As the person in charge, Toto Wolff doesn't want to know anything about this and says: "No, not at all." One shouldn't overestimate the situation in which Ru

Mercedes parent company Daimler reportedly blocked the deal in November with concerns. They would rather not commit to four years with Hamilton , according to Italian outlet Corriere dello Sport. Hamilton turns 36 in January and Mercedes are watching the progress of George Russell closely.

Lewis Hamilton says he has not yet spoken to Mercedes about signing a new contract. The six-time world champion's clarification follows Italian media reports claiming negotiations with team boss Toto Wolff have broken down over his supposed £45million annual pay demands.

"Lewis couldn't like that," said the Australian, "even if Lewis is the best out there, Russell has shown that other talented drivers can win with the Mercedes, especially since they are much cheaper."

What Webber thinks: Russell wouldn't cost Mercedes more than two million euros. A sum that would be excellently represented internally in times of Corona, when everyone wants and has to tighten their belts.

Senna wanted a million dollars per race

But it is quite possible that Hamilton will stay cool too. It has long been discussed in the scene that the seven-time world champion plays longer for a longer period of time and, like his great idol Ayrton Senna, played poker with McLaren in 1993.

The F1 legend from Brazil and the then McLaren boss Ron Dennis could not agree on a contract extension at the end of 1992 either. Shortly before the first race in South Africa, Dennis had to give in and respond to a suggestion from the Brazilian: He had asked for a million dollars for each race. Excluding expenses.

Before each of the 16 races of the season had to be renegotiated. In the end, Senna was $ 16 million richer and McLaren had five more race wins. For Senna it was a profitable business. Originally he had asked for $ 14 million.

mood at Hamilton not the best

The Hamilton variant could look like this: He would drive for two million euros per Grand Prix. According to the calendar, 23 races are planned.

Even if the scene assumes that Hamilton and Mercedes will somehow agree - the mood at Hamilton is not supposed to be the best.

He doesn't feel valued. There is therefore a risk that he will throw in the towel because of this.

split sub-floor on the W12! Is Mercedes ahead of everyone again? .
Mercedes comes up with an underbody at the Formula 1 test drives in Bahrain that should make the competition tremble For a short time it seemed as if Aston Martin Sebastian Vettel would actually provide an underbody secret weapon . But everything changed in one fell swoop when Valtteri Bottas drove out of the pits for the first time in his Mercedes W12.

usr: 0
This is interesting!