English Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton has jumped to the defense of reigning Formula 1 World Champion Sebastian Vettel after the German was faced with another blast from the boo boys at the recently concluded Singapore Grand Prix but he has also gone on to claim that he would rather prefer not winning so easily.
Vettel is the runaway leader in the World Championship race this season as well and after his win at the Singapore Grand Prix, he was booed vehemently while standing on the top of the podium. Hamilton, who could only manage a fifth place finish at the race stated that he tried to imagine what it would be like to win races the way the German has been winning over the last couple of seasons but he mentioned he would prefer to be not that far ahead and would like to fight to the finish with Vettel or anyone else who comes his way.
Lewis Hamilton went on to state but that is the way it is now and he added that it is definitely not a positive or a good thing that the World Champion and the winner of a race is being booed.
The Englishman who is a former World Champion himself stated that the German is on his way to winning his fourth Drivers’ World Championship and that is enough for him to warrant all the respect along the way.
With a massive lead of sixty points with the last six races of the season left, Vettel knows only a disaster will take the title away from him and with neither Mark Webber nor Fernando Alonso nor Lewis Hamilton giving up on the Championship, he knows he cannot lose his focus before he has the title firmly wrapped up before the end of the season.