Beijing, Apr 16 (ANI): Formula 1 ace Lewis Hamilton is determined to end his winless run after finishing third for the third successive time in the Grand Prix held in Shanghai this time.
After starting on pole at the opening two races in Australia and Malaysia, only to finish third in both, Hamilton, 27, was halted at five places on the grid following the replacement of his gearbox ahead of the race by mechanics.
Even as he drove brilliantly, he finished third behind McLaren team-mate Jenson Button while Nico Rosberg emerged as the winner.
"Finishing third and getting 15 points each time is not enough. I want to be getting more points. Jenson has only scored in two races and he is just two points behind me, so it does not count for too much at the moment. But, hopefully, it will in the long run," The Sun quoted Hamilton as saying.
Hamilton confessed that he has been a 'bit unfortunate with the circumstances in a few of the races' and getting consistent points isn't enough for him.
"Getting consistent points like we are is going to be key to winning the championship but, for me, it is not enough," Hamilton said. (ANI)
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