Hamilton leads the F1 championship by 30 points with six wins to Sebastian Vettel’s five.
Kimi Raikkonen is 92 points back making it virtually a straight shootout between Hamilton and Vettel for the remainder of the season.
Seven races remain as the pair both look to get their fifth world title.
And Lewis Hamilton posted a message on his Twitter account saying he is raring to go ahead of the Singapore race this weekend.
“I’ll never forget last year in Monza,” he wrote.
“The conditions were crazy during qualifying and to secure the all-time F1 Pole Position record was an indescribable feeling.
“I’ll never get tired of getting poles and can’t wait for the next race in Singapore this week! Let’s go!”
Hamilton won at Monza with Vettel back in fourth place, increasing his lead in the title race, despite the Italian
The 33-year-old though will have his work cut out this weekend with the Singapore track favoured by Ferrari.
And though the odds are stacked against the Brackley-based outfit, Austrian Toto Wolff insists Mercedes’ staff will work their hardest to eke everything out of the W09 to aid Hamilton’s chase of a fifth world title.
“We will give it everything in Singapore and all of the remaining races,” Wolff told Mercedes’ official website.
“We’ll turn the factories in Brixworth and Brackley upside down to extract performance and go to Singapore with the aim of doing the best.
“Whether that is good enough to win the race or not, I don’t know yet. But, the next seven races are going to be maximum attack.
“It just shows how fantastic this sport is where things bounce back and forth, we are all oscillating between drama and glory. This is the ingredient of a great championship.”