Hamilton: If I'm up there and I'm being booed that means I've won 6 September, 2013 Lewis Hamilton contemplates the old Monza banking Lewis Hamilton would love to end Sunday's Italian Grand Prix just like last year – to the sound of boos, whistles and catcalls from the crowd.
So much so, the 2008 Formula 1 world champion said on the eve of the Monza weekend that he would even be willing to pay for the privilege.
Hamilton won at Monza's ‘Pista Magica' last year for McLaren, ahead of three Ferrari-powered cars including the one driven for the Maranello team by crowd favourite and title contender Fernando Alonso.
He was booed as he stood on the top step of the podium, which juts...
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