MONTREAL- Lewis Hamilton said he had ignored the controversy about the Mercedes ‘Tyregate’ scandal because he is more concerned about feeling at one with his car in this weekend’s Canadian Grand Prix. The 28-year-old Briton, who won his maiden Formula One race at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in 2007, will be bidding for a fourth career win in Canada in Sunday’s race — and hoping to out-perform his friend and Mercedes team-mate German Nico Rosberg. Both men have been in form in recent races, but Rosberg has been outstanding, reeling off three successive poles before victory in last month’s Monaco Grand Prix — where the furore about Mercedes’ alleged illegal and secret in-season testing session with Pirelli tyres, following the Spanish Grand Prix, erupted.Hamilton, however, said he has put it all out of his mind.–AFP