Friday, 26 April 2019 10:21 GMT

Hamilton describes Brazilian Grand Prix as 'Achilles heel'

(MENAFN) British racing star Lewis Hamilton stressed that the Brazilian Grand Prix as his "Achilles heel" while getting all set for the second to last race.

The Formula 1 world champion snatched in October at the Mexican Grand Prix his 5th World Championship, as he prepared to win the constructors' title for Mercedes.

The 33-year-old won at the Sao Paulo circuit in 2016, saying that his first title of the F1 World Championship was secured in 2008 at the fourth place.

Speaking to press, the champion race driver stressed: "it's one of the trickiest [races] of the season."

Hamilton added "it's an Achilles heel ... The first year here was quite difficult but it has been improving over time. We still have two races to go and a championship at stake."


Hamilton describes Brazilian Grand Prix as 'Achilles heel'

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