The Mercedes star secured his fifth Formula 1 title with four position at the Mexican Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton now has the pleasure of enjoying the final two races of the season in Brazil and Abu Dhabi.
It has been confirmed that there will be a new Grand Prix added to next season’s schedule.
Vietnam will host a GP in 2019 however there has been talking of adding a further four races in years to come.
Holland and the United States are currently working hard to ensure they have a Grand Prix as part of the 2020 season.
Hamilton is not impressed by the potential idea of having up to a 25-race season.
“It already feels like we’re on race 25 this year, to be honest,” Hamilton said ahead of the Brazilian Grand Prix.
“So, I don’t think that’s a good thing, personally.”
The Mercedes star was then asked if he had an idea of how many races he would like to make up an ideal season.
“Not really. Less! I don’t know, probably 18 was the best, back in the day,” he added.
“I’m someone that really likes racing, but the season is long.
“It’s a long, long season, it’s a long, long commitment for all of us, it’s a long time away from families.
“The seasons get longer, and the off-time is getting shorter.
“As a competitor, all I can speak is for myself, just the turnaround is so short.
“You start already preparing for your next season often as soon as the season is done. That’s very, very difficult.
“And then you’ve got to find a way of switching off and recovering at the same time, so it’s, most likely, I’m not going to be here when it gets to 25, that’s for sure.”