British Formula One ace Lewis Hamilton has rejected claims that he is a dangerous driver.
“I’m no track killer. I know people have made comments. It’s a shame they all think that way, but my driving is why I’m here and why I’m leading the championship. I do my talking on the track,” The Sun quoted him, as saying.
Hamilton, 23, will become the youngest champion if he scores six more points than Ferrari foe Felipe Massa and BMW’s Robert Kubica fails to win.
The British ace can wrap up the championship in tomorrow’s Chinese Grand Prix.
If he does clinch the title, it will be 50 years to the day since Mike Hawthorn became the first British champ.