Lewis Hamilton is worried that Red Bull will “dominate for the next three years.”

Lewis Hamilton Envisions Red Bull’s Reign: The Bulls Roar On!

Lewis Hamilton, the seven-time world champion, has no grudge towards Red Bull or Max Verstappen. However, he enthusiastically promotes an ongoing discussion about supremacy in the sport.

For nearly a decade, Hamilton and Mercedes held the undisputed throne, securing eight consecutive constructors’ titles from 2014 to 2021. During this period, the Briton himself claimed six championship titles, yet critics often dismissed this era as uneventful.

But everything changed in 2021 when Max Verstappen, amidst a tumultuous season of dramatic twists and turns, managed to dethrone the reigning champion. A new era had arrived.

Though the tides have turned against Lewis Hamilton and his team, the British racing icon foresees a continued reign for Red Bull. With conviction, he speculates that their dominant streak might extend for the next three years.

Lewis Hamilton told Channel 4:

“There is a chance that Red Bull, with the cost cap and the way it’s set up now, they’re so far ahead that they could dominate for the next three years. And maybe for the Verstappen fans that’s enjoyable, and of course for Max it is, but I’m just saying for our sport we definitely need to have the conversation of how we can try and make it better.”