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Lewis Hamilton has already announced his bombshell move to Ferrari in 2025 It makes him committing to Mercedes in the new Drive to Survive intriguing  The seven-time world champion said 'I still have so much faith in Mercedes' 

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Lewis Hamilton faces an awkward viewing of Netflix's new Drive to Survive series after telling their cameras he had 'so much belief' in Mercedes to deliver him a championship-winning car and that he couldn't ever imagine racing for another team... only to announce a plan to leave for Ferrari in this past off-season.

Hamilton will pull on the red overalls of the Scuderia from 2025 after enacting a break clause in the new two-year deal he signed with Mercedes during last season's nightmare campaign.

But with series six of Drive to Survive being released today, it makes for interesting viewing when Hamilton discusses his 'leap of faith' to sign a new contract with the Silver Arrows. 

'OK we've had two difficult years but I still have so much belief that Mercedes and all these people in this team have the ability to build a great car,' Hamilton said.

'You've just got to take a leap of faith.'

Lewis Hamilton's decision to re-sign with Mercedes was detailed in Netflix's Drive to Survive

Lewis Hamilton's decision to re-sign with Mercedes was detailed in Netflix's Drive to Survive

Hamilton pondered whether he needed to leave

Team boss Toto Wolff was thrilled that Hamilton re-signed

Despite a winless 2022, Hamilton took a leap of faith in 2023 to sign a new two-year deal as he felt he couldn't see himself racing in Formula One if it wasn't with Mercedes 

He continued: 'Toto [Wolff], he's listened. There never feels a time where I'm not going to be a Mercedes driver. It's my home, it's my family.' 

Viewers get to see a crucial meeting during negotiations between Wolff and Hamilton, where Mercedes' team boss concedes that sticking to the car concept after a late surge of results in 2022 set the team back.

'The biggest failure,' retorted Hamilton.

Wolff does not promise that he will deliver a title-winning car again for Hamilton but does go on to say that Ferrari's red overalls 'wouldn't suit' Hamilton - which is

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