F1: Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton seeks top of podium
Monday 10 June 2013
Lewis Hamilton admitted he is desperate to get a first win of the season under his belt after clinching a third-place finish for Mercedes in Canada at the weekend. Despite a solid team performance to finish behind Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso, Hamilton is clearly a frustrated driver at the moment.
Hamilton said: "I don't settle for anything but the best and wins; and I still haven't got a win.
"There are positives to take away from the weekend. So I'm happy I can get those points for the team because they are working so hard and we're doing a lot better than I ever expected when I joined. I definitely can't complain, but I want to win."
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