Hamilton: I can’t wait to get going again and bring home more good results 21 August, 2013 Lewis Hamilton looking forward to the season resuming at Spa For Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton his Hungarian Grand Prix victory last month feels like it happened a long time ago and he is now itching to get back behind the wheel for the start of the second phase of the Formula 1 World Championship. Speaking ahead of the Belgian Grand Prix weekend, Hamilton said, “It feels like I have been out of the car for a very long time since the win in Hungary and I can’t wait to get going again. I was at the factory yesterday to meet up with my engineers and get in some practice on the simulator so it was nice to see everyone and to feel the enthusiasm around the factory after the summer break.” Hamilton dominated last time out in Hungary, and is hoping to carry the momentum to Spa-Francorachamps where he won in 2010. Lewis Hamilton dominated in Hungary “Spa is a fantastic circuit and it’s so much fun to drive. We’re all looking forward to the second half of the season and the opportunity to bring home some more good results,” said the 28 year old. It took half a season for Hamilton to win his first race as a Silver Arrows driver, and with it he stumped his critics who at the start of the season predicted doom and gloom for the driver who made a high profile switch from McLaren to Mercedes. But Hamilton believes the move was justified, “It’s been a really positive season for me. Everyone was talking me down at the beginning of the year. Some things were said about being the right or wrong decision, and that it was a mistake. The team and I have constantly proved everyone wrong, race by race.” With McLaren enduring a torrid season, with hardly a chance of a podium let alone a win, Hamilton’s move is proving to be a master-stroke, “We’re second in the constructors’ championship, which is a massive boost. We never would have thought we’d be in such a competitive position, still within shooting distance of both championships.” (GP247) Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsLauda: I apologised to Nico but it was his faultHaug: Lewis versus Nico making F1 interestingRosberg: I apologise to Lewis and the teamHamilton: I feel it would be wrong to point fingersMercedes: Nico and Lewis free to race but no contactMercedes: Hot heads should be cooled this weekCivil war persists at Mercedes in aftermath of Spa clashCase closed on Rosberg and Hamilton incident say FIAHamilton: I don’t really know how to approach the next raceButton calls for cleaner F1 title battle fight Ukwhite It’s always about him… Cannot say more than that. realf1fan Super cool Lewis the most marketable driver in F1. Lets look forward in seeing speedking eat into Vettel’s lead in the last 9 races. The Hunt for Vettel is on!!!! MG5W True it is always about him….Because he’s such a great driver. The Hunt for Vettel really is on eh? lol KC Argh! Lose the stupid bloody shades, you poser.