Lewis Hamilton spreman za vožnju F1 u Australiji.
No rest for the wicket for McLaren drivers Lewis Hamilton and Heikki Kovalainen in Melbourne as the pair get a crash course in Cricket from legendary spinner Shane Warne ahead of the Australian Grand Prix on Sunday.
Hamilton was all smiles for the cameras but some slow times in testing have dampened the mood at McLaren in recent weeks.
The new Brawn GP team, Ferrari and BMW-Sauber have all been quicker in testing but the young Brit is looking forward to starting the defence of his world title.
(SOUNDBITE)LEWIS HAMILTON, FORMULA ONE CHAMPION, SAYING:
"I do love the Melbourne race track, I love the street circuits and Melbourne is kind of part street circuit so I really do enjoy coming here it is the best race to have at the opening of the season and there is always great weather although at the moment it is not fantastic here - you know (smiles) - it looks like it is going to rain this weekend maybe but I hope it brightens up and I hope we are able to... get a bit better than we probably expect."
Hamilton's finnish team-mate Kovalainen shares his sense of trepidation.
(SOUNDBITE) (English) HEIKKI KOVALAINEN
"For me it is a quite difficult circuit to start with. It is a street circuit with quite low grip at the beginning on Friday, improving steadily throughout the weekend and on Sunday the circuit is in a very good shape with a lot of rubber in so it is quite a tricky one to master straight away but it is a good challenge and once we get through this weekend we can sort of feel that we have started the season in a not an easy way and if we survive it - well - we should be in a good shape for the rest of the season."
In his short career to date Hamilton has shown a strong fighting spirit and it looks like he will need it on Sunday as he tries to hit his rivals for six.
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