Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton has revealed about getting into negotiations with Mercedes over a new bumper deal post his fourth world championship win. Hamilton has been on a roll at the present moment and recently won the Mexican GP despite starting from the ninth-place finish. Hamilton and Mercedes are edging closer towards the F1 Championship as Ferarri's woes continues.
Hamilton's present three-year contract with the Silver Arrows expires at the end of next season and his new contract is also believed to last three years.
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"It is quite an easy process for us," said Hamilton, as media reports suggest.
The British racing driver added, "We already have something in place and it's really just about extending it and enhancing it, working on what more I can do for them, for the sponsors, the brand and vice versa.
"But I'm pretty sure within the next month or so we will have had time to have sat down," said Hamilton.
The Briton who lifted his fourth Drivers' Championship title at the Mexican Grand Prix this weekend sad, "Now all the pressure is off, we can go and enjoy these next couple of races."
The 32-year-old's new expected extension is said to be worth £100m, with his new deal set to be evaluated in the region of £120m.
(With ANI Inputs)