Hamilton `still dreaming` about F1 win despite Canada no-show
London: Mercedes ace Lewis Hamilton has said that he believes that he can still win the Formula One title, despite losing ground to Red Bull in the Canadian Grand Prix.
However, the Brit admitted that Red Bull`s Sebastian Vettel may be too strong to beat at Silverstone after his runaway Montreal victory, making the German 36 points clear of the rest and 55 clear of Hamilton, ahead of the Santander British Grand Prix.
Although Hamilton said that Mercedes is going to gain a second before the next race, it is possible for them to beat the other teams as there are still 12 more races left, adding that he wants to give British fans a good result to look forward to.
However, Hamilton admitted that since Vettel had pulled away from him at a second per lap in Montreal, he may continue at the same pace in Silverstone, for which he might be difficult to beat.
But Hamilton further said that Vettel`s pace is not demoralizing for the team as he had a similar car for years and is still continuing to drive it, adding that it may be possible to beat him by improving their car.
Hamilton further said that it is possible to beat Vettel as his teammate Nico Rosberg had done it in Monaco.
More from India
More from World
More from Sports
More from Entertaiment
- Over 60 cadets killed in Pakistan police academy attack
- DNA: Exclusive report on the extreme sacrifices made by ITBP soldiers
- Watch: PM Narendra Modi's ''progressive'' remark on triple talaq
- DNA: Terrorists' new strategy of snatching weapons from Indian security personnel
- Panel discussion over delayed development in Ayodhya
- Explosion in Delhi's Naya Bazar, one killed; anti-terror wing, Special cell at spot
- This is why Cyrus Mistry was removed as Chairman of Tata Sons!
- WATCH: Akhilesh Yadav's emotional speech revealing the real reason behind Samajwadi Party crisis; he was about to cry
- Read letters by Ratan Tata to PM Narendra Modi and Group employees after Cyrus Mistry's ouster
- Prompt action on border pushes Pak to offer olive branch, says both sides need to 'formalise' 2003 ceasefire