McLaren's Lewis Hamilton believes that he needs to win the World Championship "time after time" if he is to be considered one of the greatest drivers of his generation.
"I am not here to race 10 years and only win one or two world championships," said the 26-year-old.
Hamilton is about to begin his fifth season in Formula One, finishing runner up in his debut campaign, and winning the Driver's Championship the following year.
McLaren haven't really found their form since then, however, with the team struggling mid-table for the first half of 2009.
Their 2010 season was better, but neither Hamilton nor team mate Jenson Button could quite match the pace of Ferrari or Red Bull on most outings.
The Briton has denied that he will need to leave Woking-based McLaren to acheive more World Championships, describing them as an "incredible" team.
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