In his short F1 career of 24 starts Lewis Hamilton has already packed in six wins and ten other podium finishes.
But when it goes wrong for Hamilton it goes spectacularly wrong as anyone who watched yesterday’s Canadian Grand Prix will know.
He failed to react in time to a red light in the pit lane and crashed into one of his biggest rivals – 2007 champion Kimi Raikkonen. Can he bounce back?
Hamilton’s mistake in yesterday’s race is another story in an F1 career already filled with the highest of highs and lowest of lows.
Two weeks after winning the Monaco Grand Prix a split-second’s mistake saw him crashing out in a most embarrassing way.
It will have brought back memories of the blunder in China last year that saw him slither out of the race on worn-out tyres as he was poised to claim the championship.
Hamilton clearly has the pace and talent to win races. But can he get these unforced errors under control?