http://www.planetf1.com/story/0,18954,3213_4025071,00.html Briton Damon Hill says he hopes compatriot Lewis Hamilton walks away with this year's World Championship. Hamilton is currently five points ahead of Ferrari's Felipe Massa and a further three ahead of Kimi Raikkonen in the Drivers' Standings after 11 races. Hill, who won the 1996 Drivers' Championship while driving for Williams, is backing Hamilton to win the Title. "I'd like to see Lewis win it. He's a superstar really and it's very exciting that he is carrying the British flag," he told The Sun. Hill, though, admits he rarely talks with Hamilton: "We're different generations and he probably looks at me and thinks I'm an old fart." The former World Champion believes "Hamilton is right to keep his own counsel and ignore the myriad views of motorsport pundits". "Someone once gave me a very good analogy for this. If you have one watch you know what the time is. But if you have two you don't know which one is right. "The more advice you get the more confusing it becomes. Lewis has to do what is right for him." Hill also questioned Raikkonen's commitment. Although the Finn has already stated that he will see out his current contract at Ferrari, it remains to be seen if he will stay in F1. "Raikkonen seems to have been plodding along, although there he is near the top of the table again," Hill said. "He has oodles of natural ability but sometimes it looks like he is not completely 100 per cent committed. "If I was a team owner and paying a lot for a driver I'd want to know that the guy is giving the best he can."