London, Sept.30 : Formula One ace Lewis Hamilton has said that he will spend the next few days playing on remote-control cars with his kid brother. The Brit, who is close to fulfilling his boyhood dream after opening up a seven-point lead over Formula One rival Felipe Massa with just three races left, is thinking about spending some time relaxing with his 15-year-old brother, Nic, who has cerebral palsy.
"My brother and I will have a bit of fun with some remote- control cars. I haven't got too much stuff packed into the weekend, which is great, " The Sun quoted Hamilton, as saying. "It will be great to get home, get my clothes clean and get back to the norm. I'll have a couple of days at home in Geneva training and then I've got a sponsors' event and will have a day at McLaren. I leave for Japan next Monday. And I'm more up for this than ever," he added. Hamilton had to settle for third place in Formula One's spectacular first night race in Singapore on Sunday.
But his title bid received a boost as Ferrari driver Massa finished out of the points.