Formula 1: "Nothing to lose in Brazil", says Lewis Hamilton


British Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton is determined to play his chances in Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix, the race that could see Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg clinch the world title. Rosberg has a 19-point advantage in the drivers' championship over Hamilton, so if he manages to get a victory in Interlagos he will be crowned champion. Rosberg has won this race both last year and the year before.

Hamilton has never won the Brazilian Grand Prix, but he has pleasant memories of the race as he had clinched the world title here back in 2008. "I have had lots of experiences here. It's tough to come here and win, that's the goal," said Hamilton. "I don't really know why I have not won here. It is the right time to right that wrong and make that change. I have worked hard to prepare training-wise and at the factory. I feel the best prepared here than I have in any of the last 10 years and I hope that shows in the results."

Nico Rosberg feels confident ahead of the race: "I love the track. It is a great track. It feels good. I have always gone well here. I have great memories from those two wins but, at the same time, we all start from zero this weekend. I am feeling great, of course, because it is awesome to be fighting for the world championship with two races to go. I am looking forward to it and of course trying to go for the win."

Lewis Hamilton is 5/6 at Bet365 to win the Brazilian Grand Prix, while team-mate Nico Rosberg is 13/8 to win Sunday's race.

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  • Bulgaria sharpe

    11/11/16

    From Nico Rosberg's words I really think he's in the right mind set and right mood maybe, confident without being arrogant, but also grounded without being too nervy.
    The track is one of his favourites and why not we see him winning the title this weekend?! I think it's about time, Hamilton won couple of titles in a close battles with Nico and probably it's German's turn this time, although it would be the toughest step for him this weekend, can he do it?

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