Lewis Hamilton relishing return to happy hunting ground of Canadian GP

• Hamilton is 24 points behind Nico Rosberg following Monte Carlo win
• F1 world champion admits Circuit Gilles Villeneuve suits his driving style

The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve may not demand quite the inch-perfect precision of Monaco but it remains a formidable challenge. The track, sandwiched into the Île Notre-Dame between the 1976 Olympic Games rowing lake and the St Lawrence river, puts a premium on accuracy, with walls an ever-present threat and little run?off. It is among the best venues on the current calendar and Lewis Hamilton has, to an extent, made it his own.

He goes into this weekend confident following his first victory of the season in Monte Carlo and having narrowed the gap to his Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg, but remains unwavering in his determination to take each race as it comes and is taking nothing for granted in Canada, despite his impressive record here.

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