Sakhir: In pursuit of a record eighth drivers' World Championship, seven-time Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton warned his rivals ahead of 2022 season kick-off in Bahrain, saying he is as 'dangerous' as he has ever been. Hamilton will be seeking to regain the World Championship in 2022 after narrowly losing out to rival Max Verstappen in a tense finale in Abu Dhabi last year. Speaking in a video uploaded on Mercedes' Twitter page, Hamilton was asked whether he believed that improvements he'd made to his pre-season preparations made him a more "dangerous" driver than he had ever been, to which he replied: "I would say so."
"Naturally, your body does age, you do fatigue as you get older, it is a slower recovery. But I wouldn't necessarily say I'm too down in the slope; I still feel like I relatively at the top," he added.
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