Grosjean crash will not make me quit F1 - Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton has no intention of walking away from Formula 1 despite witnessing the horrors of Romain Grosjean's near-fatal accident in the Bahrain Grand Prix.
The world of F1 held its breath as Grosjean was engulfed in flames after careering into a barrier that resulted in his Haas being split in two.
Mercifully, Grosjean managed to clamber from the burning wreck of his car to safety, suffering nothing more than burns to the backs of both hands.
With Hamilton now 35 and a seven-time champion who has statistically become the greatest driver in F1 history, and given the fact he is without a contract with Mercedes for next season, thoughts of calling it a day may just have crossed his mind.
Asked whether he really needed F1 any more now given such an accident could easily happen to him, he replied: "I’d be lying if I was to say no.
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