Looking calm and confident throughout a routine drivers' news conference at the Circuit of the Americas ahead of this weekend's United States Grand Prix, Hamilton said he was not wasting energy thinking about it. Hamilton holds a point lead ahead of his Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg in the title race with three races remaining and knows he could lose everything if he suffers ill luck, or an enforced retirement, in Abu Dhabi. Asked if he felt this was fair - if Rosberg won to take the title after Hamilton retired at the final race - the year-old Englishman said: "I think the question is 'what is fair'? Do I agree with it? I don't know if any of us agree with it, or do not agree with it, but it is the way it is and you just have to deal with it and hope for the best really.
Lewis Hamilton: Losing title on double points would "suck"
Lewis Hamilton says engine rules 'suck', wants more sprinting in F1
Lewis Hamilton says it would "suck" if he lost the world championship as a result of the controversial final-race double points system this year. Hamilton is 17 points clear of Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg with three races to go, starting in the US this weekend, and has nine wins to the German's four. But, depending on results, he could win in Austin and Brazil and still lose the title if he retires in Abu Dhabi. I'm just going to try and do the best job I can with the car that I have and what will be will be, I guess.
Formula One: Double-trouble title loss would 'suck', says Lewis Hamilton
Recently-crowned world champion Lewis Hamilton believes the move to restrict drivers to just three engines for "sucks", adding Formula One should be centred on flat-out racing. Drivers are currently permitted to use four power units before incurring penalties, but that number is set to be reduced to three next season in a bid to lower costs, while certain elements of the engine will be restricted to just two for the race campaign. Hamilton put in an impressive recovery drive in Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix, finishing finish fourth and just 5. The Briton said he enjoyed being able to push as hard as he could in Brazil during his charge through the field -- having taken on a fresh engine after crashing out of Q1, which prompted him to start from the pit-lane -- but is concerned that having to make three power units last an entire season will prevent drivers from being able to race flat-out.
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