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Hamilton targeting victories in last two races of the season



2008 world champion Lewis Hamilton targeting to double wins in 2011 through the last two races of the season. McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton struggling more entirely this season, main trouble, many times he clash with Ferrari’s Felipe Massa. And more crashes with his team-mate Jenson Button, Sauber F1 Kamui Kobayashi and Williams’ F1 Pastor Maldonado, consequence Hamilton get penalties more times.

.”Red Bull and Sebastian [Vettel] may have clinched both championships, but I’m still determined to end the season on a winning high,” Hamilton said. “I’ve won two grands prix this year, and I’d love to double that by the end of the year! It would also be a great reward for everybody at Vodafone McLaren Mercedes.”

“I have some fantastic memories of the Yas Marina Circuit. I started from pole position there in 2009, and I led the race until I was forced to stop because of a brake issue. Last year, I finished second and set the fastest lap, so we head there looking to convert all that potential into a race win. I think we’ve got every reason to be confident for Abu Dhabi. This circuit should really suit the characteristics of our car – we should be able to capitalise on the layout to maximise the benefit of DRS and KERS, both of which are very strong on our car.”

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