London, Sep 22: Red Bull team principal Christian Horner reckons that British Formula One ace Lewis Hamilton needs to stop taking out his frustration on the track.
Hamilton has faced criticism over his chaotic season so far and has been in trouble with F1 stewards after a series of crashes.
The 26-year-old was embroiled in several clashes during the Monaco Grand Prix, collided with Button in Canada, and banged wheels with Pastor Maldonado in qualifying for Belgium Grand Prix before tangling with Kamui Kobayashi in the race.
"It has been a poor spell for Lewis. You can sense a degree of frustration in his driving. He is on first-name terms with most of the stewards this year. He is still a great driver, it is just for some reason not happening for him," the Sun quoted Horner, as saying.
"A driver has to be at ease with himself and his surroundings. But while you can sense frustration with Lewis, for Jenson Button you can see a driver at ease with himself - and his driving reflects that," he added. (ANI)