Hamilton did ‘everything I could have’; in Australian Grand Prix
By: Adam Cooper on April 3, 2014
LAT PHOTOGRAPHIC – Lewis Hamitlon is at present behind only his teammate Nico Rosberg in the Formula A single standings.
Mercedes Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton was in a relaxed mood in Bahrain these days, having had a couple of days to enjoy his Malaysian Grand Prix victory.
Hamilton insisted that he was not downbeat soon after his earlier retirement in the Australian Grand Prix, regardless of the obvious disappointment, simply because he felt he’;d done his greatest.
“It’;s just been peaceful,” he said of his break since Sepang. “I have not completed anything, just qualified, and been in Dubai just acquiring employed to the different time zone. One particular win doesn’;t final permanently, and obviously, because we have a race this week, you just have to naturally reset very rapidly.”
“Even in Australia, I was still in a constructive frame of mind when I left. I did almost everything that I could have accomplished that weekend. I didn’;t depart contemplating I want I’;d carried out this or done that, and that’;s critical throughout the weekend, irrespective of the outcome.
“I believe, this season, what has took place displays just anything at all can occur nevertheless. You don’;t know what’;s close to the corner, so you just have to make positive you are maximizing each day. So far, I have been maximizing each and every day that I have been at the track, and I strategy to do that for the rest of the year.”
Asked if he’;d had a great deal in hand in Malaysia, he said, “Any time Nico [Rosberg] went a tiny bit quicker or whoever [was] behind me went a little bit faster, I was in a position to pull out the time if I required it. I had enough in the bag if I required it.”
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