Hamilton targets consistency
Canadian Grand Prix winner Lewis Hamilton is determined to stick to his current game-plan following his success in Montreal.
The 27-year-old was in fine form on Sunday to claim the chequered flag and become the seventh driver to win a race in the first seven meetings of the campaign. Hamilton has now moved into pole position in the standings with a two-point lead over his former McLaren team-mate and now Ferrari star Fernando Alonso. The 2008 world champion has been one of the most consistent drivers this season and the Englishman is happy to stick to his tactics, in what has been an unpredictable year to date. He said: "I'm definitely not going to change my approach, but I think it's working reasonably well so far. "It's unbelievable to see just how close it is. We got a win and 25 points and I only have a two point lead, so it's incredible how close it is and I think it will stay that close throughout the year. Again, it just highlights how important consistency is."