After 83 races, Lewis Hamilton has racked up one World Championship and 16 Grand Prix wins. It’s an impressive record for a 26-year-old, but one that he is clearly not satisfied with. Hamilton is forever pushing to win more races and more championships, which is exactly what any racing driver should be doing.
But in the process of doing this he is occasionally making mistakes. Are these mistakes becoming more frequent? As the pressure of satisfying his thirst for success envelopes him, he is struggling to make the most of his opportunities on the track.
The following slide-show looks at ten races where Lewis has made mistakes and has compromised his ability to score valuable championship points. We all make mistakes under pressure, but which of Lewis’ have been the most costly?