“It’s not something I particularly enjoy. You want to be able to attack, and push-push-push-push-push, do a stop, push-push-push.
“Ultimately, this is not what fans… and I hope that people need to hopefully understand that this isn’t our fault.
“At the end of the day we’re drivers, we’ve come through all the ranks, we’ve earned the positions that we have and we come in weekend in, weekend out, devoted and give absolutely everything to go out there and perform at our best.
“Ultimately the decision makers who design the cars, who set rules and those kind of things, are the ones that you could apply pressure to [in order] to ultimately do a better job moving forwards, if that’s possible.
“I’m hopeful that’s what they’re going to do in 2022 and with that new type car, maybe we’ll see a different form of racing where you can follow. Wouldn’t that be something if we can follow closer and have more close races?”
Sunday’s race marked Hamilton’s first Belgian Grand Prix win since 2017, when he beat Sebastian Vettel, having missed out in close fights with Ferrari in the past two years.
“Of course, I would love to have a real race,” said Hamilton. “I’ve definitely had races in the past here which are a little bit closer, trying to follow the Ferrari and stay on top of them but they could overtake because they had all that extra power.
“I hope the next races, we have the… I think the Red Bulls have improved. I really hope that we have more of a race because I think everyone wants to see us all battling together.”