London, Aug 29(ANI): Formula One racer Lewis Hamilton has said that he is looking for payback in Sunday's Belgian Grand Prix.
Hamilton had won at the Spa-Francorchamps track last year, but was controversially stripped of victory for cutting a chicane during a fierce tit-for-tat battle with title rival Kimi Raikkonen.
"I do have unfinished business here. I felt like I won last year and it would feel great finally to get a win at this track. I hope it is third time lucky, especially as we have come off two very good race weekends," The Sun quoted Hamilton, as saying.
The reigning Formula One champion is now determined to make amends at the 4.35-mile high-speed circuit, where he has been marred by controversies.
"This is a big balls circuit. For some of these high-speed corners you don't brake. You have to have serious confidence in yourself and the car, plus the belief you are going to get around the corner," Hamilton said.
"It is pretty hard-core. This is a serious circuit. But, it is one of my favourites and one of the best in the world. There are certain races you look forward to in the year and this is one," he added. (ANI)