Johannesburg, June 5 - Lewis Hamilton has vowed that he still has complete trust in the strategic decision-making of his Mercedes team and has moved on from the race-costing aberration in Monaco.
Hamilton said he does not look back, but only looks forward. He said training and trying to come back strong this weekend, Sport24 has reported.
The Formula One Champion said it was really irrelevant what happened in the past now and there was nothing he could do about it, so there's no point dwelling on it.
London, May 25 - Lewis Hamilton seems to be moving on fast after his split from longtime girlfriend Nicole Scherzinger, as he has been repeatedly spotted hanging round with beautiful women.
The British Formula One racer posted a picture of him with his "beautiful" gal-pals including Kendall Jenner on Instagram and mentioned them as his crew in the caption and tagged Jenner, the Mirror reported.
The 30-year-old racing driver was also previously spotted enjoying the company of model Gigi Hadid, at a charity gala night in France.
London, May 14 - Lewis Hamilton is gradually earning himself quite the A list following and Kanye West is the latest addition to his fan following.
Speaking at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, the 37-year-old rapper said that the Formula One racing champion over at his house and they were playing some music in his studio, the Mirror reported.
The 'Stronger' hitmaker asserted that his wife, his family and his friends even liked Hamilton's new music.
Johannesburg, May 8: Reigning Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton said that he felt Pacquiao had won the most anticipated 'Fight of the Century' against unbeaten American boxer Floyd Mayweather.
The Mercedes driver said that when he was watching the fight, he felt Pacquiao had won as he was the attacking one, Sport24 reported.
Hamilton had a ringside seat at the Grand MGM in Las Vegas on Saturday and identified more with the Filipino boxer than the winner.
Barcelona: Lewis Hamilton's greatest enemy is not Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg or Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel.
It is, he says, himself.
As he seeks to improve on the supreme form that has lifted him 27 points clear in this year's drivers' title contest after four races, the two-time world champion has admitted he fears nobody.
But he does worry about his own failings.
"I know everyone is talking about the psychological stuff, but the only psychological warfare there is, is within myself. Your worst enemy can be yourself, so you're fighting against that invisible worst enemy.
London, May 2 - Lewis Hamilton recently shared a snap showing off his new look, but fans were quick to point and mock him for he looked just like the ' Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.'
The 30-year-old F1 ace's image showed him standing next to his swanky Shelby Cobra motor in Malibu, California, clad in a fluorescent vest, huge dangly chains, shades and a backwards baseball cap in the shoot, all of which resembled Will Smith's character from the 1990s sitcom, the Daily Star reported.
London, Apr 20 - Reigning Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton dominated the race tracks in the Bahrain Grand Prix to extend his championship lead to 27 points over Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg, who was beaten to second by Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen.
Hamilton led from the start and was always in control as he took his third victory in four races this season, while Rosberg was left battling the Ferraris throughout and lost second to Raikkonen with a braking problem with two laps to go.
Wellington, Apr 19 : Reigning Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton admitted that Italian rivals Ferrari has a great race pace, and will be 'very hard to beat' in the Bahrain Grand Prix on Sunday.
The Englishman finished on pole for the fourth race in succession for Mercedes while Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari, the four-time world champion, took the second position for the race.
Hamilton, the Mercedes driver, said that Ferrari are very quick this weekend, adding that they are going to be very hard to beat in Bahrain as they have great race pace, Stuff. co. nz reported.
Wellington, Apr 18 - Reigning Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton has said that his champagne spraying incident was kind of a fun thing as he insisted that his actions were through excitement following his triumph in the Chinese Grand Prix last weekend.
Hamilton sprayed champagne in the face of a Chinese Grand Prix podium hostess after winning the race and the incident, captured in photographs that showed the woman flinching as the Mercedes driver aimed a stream of champagne at her, earned him a good many remarks from critics in Britain and Germany as well as on Chinese social media.
London, Apr 18 - Reigning Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton lost to his teammate Nico Rosberg as the German recorded the fastest time in second practice at the Bahrain Grand Prix.
The Mercedes racing duo, with Hamilton 0.115 seconds behind Rosberg, were half a second faster than the Ferraris of Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel, while Williams' Valtteri Bottas came fifth, just 0.003secs behind Vettel and ahead of Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo.
Hamilton missed out on the fastest time when he ran wide at Turn Eight on his fastest lap, losing about 0.3 seconds, the BBC reported.
- Cristiano Ronaldo wishes Irina Shayk 'greatest happiness' post split and amid new love rumors
- Naomi Watts to be honored with Costume Designers Guild's Spotlight award
- Akshay Kumar promotes 'Baby' in New Delhi
- Pregnant Kate Middleton reveals baby's 'moving all the time'
- Shakira poses with baby bump for UNICEF World Baby Shower
- Jennifer Aniston proclaims herself No. 1 'Oscar snub'
- Joanne Froggatt heading to LA amid fears 'Downton Abbey' role may end soon
- Kussh Sinha’s wedding reception today