AUSTIN POWER; FORMULA 1 UNITED STATES GP TODAY, 7.10pm; DC: No Stopping Lew, Even If He Wins World Title No.5 in Texas

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AUSTIN POWER; FORMULA 1 UNITED STATES GP TODAY, 7.10pm; DC: No Stopping Lew, Even If He Wins World Title No.5 in Texas


Byline: EXCLUSIVE By NEIL MOXLEY

LEWIS HAMILTON is a "serial winner" who will only quit when he tires of the thrill of the race.

As the Stevenage speedster stands on the verge of history in Austin this evening, former F1 ace David Coulthard says he cannot predict how many records will fall before Hamilton calls it a day.

Victory in Texas will catapult the 33-year-old alongside Juan Manuel Fangio with five world titles to his name. Only Michael Schumacher, with seven, has won more.

The question on everyone's lips is whether Hamilton - who only this summer signed an PS80million deal for two more seasons with Mercedes - will fix the legendary German in his sights.

Coulthard (right) reckons no one can know. But he did give a hint as to Hamilton's mindset when he said: "Lewis was signed up by Ron Dennis. Since then he's won in every machine he has ever sat in. He is a serial winner.

"And although he has been in the sport since the year dot, he has managed to maintain his mojo, his passion across all these years.

"Some drivers head off into the party scene in New York. Others get their kicks hanging off a rope in the Rockies. Lewis has managed to carve out a niche for himself in Formula One. And he does it with Mercedes accepting him for what he is and what he likes doing away from the pressures of the pit and the track.

"All of the peripheral stuff, his press conferences, media appearances and sponsorship duties are contractual and carried out because they enable him to do what he still loves - being strapped into that car and going racing. …

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