London, Apr 16(ANI): British Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton wants to avoid any trouble during the Chinese Grand Prix this weekend after the mess he endured in Australia and Malaysia.
“After Malaysia I had a little bit of time to reflect on the year so far. I”m pleased with the results Jenson and I have been able to achieve in some challenging circumstances,” The Sun quoted Hamilton, as saying.
“I’m now really looking forward to an uninterrupted weekend in China. So, we can focus on racing and competing with the other leading teams in the championship,” he added.
Hamilton further believes that Red Bull and Ferrari remain the teams to beat at the Shanghai circuit.
“I still think Red Bull and Ferrari are the teams to beat, the same as every race. Sebastian [Vettel] could be quite a bit ahead [in the championship] at the moment, but it’s very close and I hope it will continue to be so,” Hamilton said.
“Anything can happen as we go forward and we cannot afford too many DNFs (did not finish). Each team is trying to remain as consistent as possible right now,” he added. (ANI)