Lewis Hamilton Turns 39, Expresses Gratitude for Memories

Seven-time Formula 1 champion Lewis Hamilton celebrated his 39th birthday, receiving congratulatory messages from his former team McLaren and his current team Mercedes, with hopes of a win in the new F1 season as the best birthday gift.

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‣ Lewis Hamilton celebrated his 39th birthday, receiving congratulations from his old team McLaren and his current team Mercedes.
‣ Hamilton made his Formula 1 debut with McLaren and won his first world title with them.
‣ The majority of Hamilton’s successes, including six world titles, were achieved with Mercedes.
‣ Hamilton has not won a race for two years, with his teammate George Russell securing the only win for Mercedes since the introduction of the new generation of F1 cars.


So, Lewis Hamilton’s turning 39 this Sunday. Yeah, the F1 champ. His old mates at McLaren, where he first revved up his F1 career, are sending out birthday vibes on social media.

Hamilton hits 39

Remember when Hamilton first raced with McLaren? Then bagged his first world title just a year later? Well, they do. They’re wishing the Mercedes driver a happy birthday. “Happy birthday to seven-time F1 champ Lewis Hamilton. Thanks for the memories. Have a great day, Sir Lewis,” they posted on X (you know, the new Twitter).

Then Mercedes chimed in. Hamilton’s had a hell of a run with them, snagging six world titles. “He’s a 7x World Champion. A game changer. A change maker. He’s royalty. Happy Birthday, Sir Lewis Hamilton,” they posted on X.

Hamilton’s got his eyes on the prize for the new F1 season. A win would be the best birthday gift, right? It’s been a rough couple of years, with no wins and watching teammate George Russell snag the only win for Mercedes since the new F1 cars rolled out. In 2024, Toto Wolff’s team is hoping to close the gap with Red Bull Racing and Max Verstappen.

“Happy birthday to seven-time F1 champ @LewisHamilton. Thanks for the memories. Have a great day, Sir Lewis.” – McLaren on X.

“He’s a 7x World Champion. A game changer. A change maker. He’s royalty. Happy Birthday, Sir @LewisHamilton” – Mercedes on X.

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