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Lewis Hamilton vows not to be 'negative' about future drivers when he retires from Formula One

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Seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton has taken a swipe at former drivers, as he promised to stay 'positive' towards F1 competitors after he retires from the sport.

It comes after Nelson Piquet was condemned by the sport for referring to Hamilton as a variation of the n word, while Sir Jackie Stewart suggested he should retire from driving to pursue a fashion career.

The 37-year-old had not put a date on his retirement yet, although there are few records left for him to break in the sport.

Lewis Hamilton has vowed to remain 'positive' about F1 drivers after he retires from the sport The 37-year-old has the joint most drivers' world championship wins in history, with seven He will be aiming for a record eighth drivers' championship, and could top the list for most race entries after recording his 300th earlier this season.

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