‘I’LL HOLD NOTH­ING BACK’

7 Days in Dubai - - SPORT -

Lewis Hamil­ton is re­fus­ing to give up on his F1 ti­tle as­pi­ra­tions and says he will fight to the fin­ish as he bids to over­turn Nico Ros­berg’s points lead. The three-time world cham­pion cur­rently trails his Mercedes team­mate by 33 points with just four grands prix re­main­ing. In fact Ros­berg can fin­ish sec­ond be­hind Hamil­ton in each race and still win a first world ti­tle. But the Bri­ton is re­fus­ing to ac­cept de­feat and still holds out hope that he can snatch the ti­tle from Ros­berg. “We’ve got four races left to make the most of it and that’s ex­actly what I plan to do,” said Hamil­ton. “It’s just about hit­ting ev­ery race week­end as hard as I can, go­ing all out for ev­ery win and seeing what hap­pens from there. I’ll be hold­ing noth­ing back out there.” Hamil­ton is on a run of five races with­out vic­tory but should hold out hope com­ing into this week­end’s race in Austin, Texas. The 31-year-old has only once been de­feated in five ap­pear­ances at the US GP.

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