George Russell explains why the race in 2022 will be more intense than usual for him and Lewis Hamilton.


George Russell explains why the 2022 season will be more intense than usual for him and Lewis Hamilton.

After joining Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes, GEORGE RUSSELL is gearing up for the most important season of his F1 career so far.

George Russell has stated that now that he has joined the team to beat on the grid for next season, he expects his workload to skyrocket.

In addition to increased expectations for a stronger team, the Briton will face a more demanding schedule.

The top Formula One teams have been making preparations for the future, with the majority of them securing promising young talent to lead them into the future.

Max Verstappen appears set to lead the Red Bull charge for years to come. Ferrari had Charles Leclerc, McLaren had Lando Norris, and Red Bull had Max Verstappen.

With Lewis Hamilton paired with Valtteri Bottas, Mercedes still needed to find their future star.

After months of speculation, the Silver Arrows decided to let the Finn leave at the end of the year and brought in Russell to replace him.

After leaving Williams at the end of 2021, he is now an official Mercedes employee, and he is excited to race at the front of the grid.

The Briton has been tipped as a future world champion, and fans will be hoping that he can back up his claims now that he has access to a faster car.

Russell must first get to grips with his new role and learn his trade at the side of seven-time world champion Hamilton before he can think about race wins and titles.

Dealing with the increased commercial responsibilities that come with representing a higher-profile team is part of that.

And he’s aware of this, so he’s making sure he gets plenty of rest before the new season begins so he’ll be prepared for the increased workload.

Russell stated, “I believe I will have a good holiday at the beginning of the year.”

“I believe that is critical because I believe that next year will be the most demanding year of my life, not only in terms of racing, but also in terms of off-track and marketing.”

“I’ve gone from Williams, where I’ve been fortunate in that I haven’t had to do as many marketing activities due to the nature of the position we’ve held, to Mercedes, where we have a lot of sponsors and a lot of commitments that drivers must manage.”

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