Ahead of the Singapore Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton says “these next six races are just about maximum attack, nothing to lose and going to give it hell”.
Ahead of the Singapore Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton talked about Mercedes’ current performance struggles.
“I look at it as a bit of adversity and I think that’s where you can really gain strength,” Lewis said.
“I think we’ve gained a lot of strength in depth. When you winning all the time it’s a wonderful thing, but you don’t gain a lot when you win.
“There are six races [left] so there’s six opportunities and we will try to get a win, but if we do not do well, I do not think it is the end of the world.
“We will get back to the top.”
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The Briton added Mercedes’ current goal is to overtake Ferrari in the Constructors’ Championship.
“Our goal is to try and get second in the teams because that does make a huge impact for everybody back at the factory.
“And so these next six races are just about maximum attack, nothing to lose and going to give it hell.
“I would say Singapore should be a good track for us because it’s a high downforce circuit.
“However it is bumpy,” Hamilton concluded.