Formula One star Hamilton snaps pic, takes all questions
Oct 21 2016 by Marjorie Miles
Hamilton, who won his third title in Austin past year, finished third in Suzuka and is now 33 points behind team mate Nico Rosberg in the world championship with four races remaining.
Lewis Hamilton will be in Austin, Texas this weekend for the Formula One U.S. Grand Prix, but first, the three-time world champion made a pit stop in California.
Hulkenberg, 29, heads there with a big reputation - having won the GP2 series and the famous 24 hours of Le Mans race past year - but he is yet to finish on the podium in more than a century of Formula One appearances. Not that it's much of a stretch to predict such a thing, but sometimes these restrictor plate races are quite clean, though I don't think we'll see that Sunday.
Still, math will be a factor for at least nine title-eligible drivers - those who didn't win in this round - if they are to advance from the huge Alabama oval into the round of eight. Who knows? You have to be first-time world champion at some point. There's no point, that's not going to make me faster this weekend to think how am I going to feel if I lose.
"But once it's decided I'll move on, all I can do is shape the future which is next year".
"I said it this way - one of them may be written off, but as soon as one of seems beaten, the other one has come back".
Hamilton told The Associated Press on Wednesday night he'll probably have his phone on hand and take more pictures during Thursday drivers' news conference at the Formula One U.S. Grand Prix in Texas.
Defending world champion Hamilton courted controversy for taking photos during the same event ahead of the previous race in Suzuka, responding to criticism of his antics by stating it was not meant to be "disrespectful".
'Then I will move on.
"But out of the 10 times the vehicle has been good, or whatever it is, I've often done the job with it". "America has been good hunting ground for me", Hamilton said. "But I don't even have the Twitter app on my phone". One of the major factors in Hamilton's disappointing season to this point has been his starts. Four second-place finishes behind Hamilton will be enough.
Having triumphed in three of the four races since Austin was introduced to the calendar in addition to the 2007 race in Indianapolis, Hamilton is hoping for more success. They know where I'm going to be before I know and they get up at all the amusing hours to watch. While Lewis was a lot calmer and more professional in tonight's press conference in Austin, but the result in Japan has left him with too much to do and kept Nico's confidence high.