ESPN - Lewis Hamilton believes the most successful drivers in Formula One have always been those that are willing to take risks.
Hamilton has been involved in a number of incidents this season, from two collisions at Monaco to a clash with his own team-mate in Canada. He has received four drive-through penalties (or the equivalent post-race penalty) and two reprimands for his driving, and his track record has attracted criticism from some quarters of the press.
"I think just generally in motor racing there is a fine line between being very dangerous and putting other people's lives at risk and then being just beneath the danger zone," he told Reuters.
"And that's kind of where you just try never to go over the line. But this is motor racing and we are racing wheel-to-wheel at 200 mph so it's going to happen. There are crashes all the time and people are going to touch at some stage."
L3wi5 Hamiltoff's NOTE > IF HE WANTS TO DESTROY HIS OWN CHANCES IN A RACE - FINE! BUT HE SHOULDN'T TAKE OTHER DRIVERS OUT!