Brazilian GP: Lewis Hamilton wants win to wrap up title for Mercedes

Brazilian GP: Lewis Hamilton wants win to wrap up title for Mercedes

Brazilian GP: Lewis Hamilton wants win to wrap up title for Mercedes

Hamilton, who was gifted a win by Bottas in Russian Federation after the 29-year-old moved over at the request of his team, said he wouldn't do so because Bottas wouldn't want to win a race in such a manner, given it's not decisive for the championship.

Hamilton was speaking after Formula One announced on Wednesday it was adding Vietnam to the calendar.

Hamilton is not a fan, though, and has suggested he would leave the sport should further additions be made.

'I am someone that really loves racing, but the season is long, it takes a big commitment from all of us, and it is a long time away from our families. I mean I've not asked Valtteri if it's something he would want, but I don't think he's going to want that. Hamilton clinched a fifth drivers' title at the last race in Mexico.

'The seasons are getting longer, and the off-time is getting shorter, so from a competitor's point of view the turnaround is short. "I want to win by winning the race myself".

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Nevertheless, Hamilton's late-season slumber in 2015 is considered in retrospect to have laid the platform for Nico Rosberg's 2016 championship triumph and last year's Brazilian GP weekend included the Englishman's last high-profile mistake, a crash in qualifying which resulted in him starting last. You start preparing for next year as soon as the season is so done, so getting your mind tuned is very hard'.

He said, however, that it was still tough to find time to switch off and recover.

Ferrari must better Mercedes' score in Brazil this weekend by 13 points or more if they want the title race to go to the season finale in Abu Dhabi.

"Obviously, we're not in a good position, but we're still in it and we'll do our best..."

Kimi Raikkonen of Finland and Ferrari and Sebastian Vettel of Germany and Ferrari look at a paddock display during previews ahead of the Formula One Grand Prix of Mexico at Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez on October 25, 2018 in Mexico City, Mexico.

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"The team are not going to make that call", he said.

"For sure he won it", he said.

The one difference between FP1 and FP2 was that Red Bull was not within that margin, with Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen dropping slightly off the pace of the two teams still vying for the constructors' championship.

Hamilton is hoping he can bounce back to competitiveness this weekend, after two races in which Mercedes have struggled for pace.

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