Lewis Hamilton claims that he's 'super-excited' about seeing how two F1 stars progress over the coming years. With the 37-year-old now at the tail-end of his glittering career and edging towards retirement, attention will soon turn towards who carries the next generation forward.
Hamilton came into F1 with plenty of buzz as a promising youngster having dominated in GP2 and Formula 3. He narrowly missed out on the title during his debut season and went one better the following year, winning the Drivers' Championship at 23 years old.
While he is among a crop of decorated veterans that still race in F1, including Fernando Alonso and Sebastian Vettel, there is an equally exciting group of youngsters who should continue to draw attention to the sport in years to come.
Hamilton reminisced on his own experience as a newcomer and pledged to support those still towards the beginning of their careers, with Lando Norris and Charles Leclerc singled out as ones to watch.Read more on express.co.uk