Martin Whitmarsh may be frustrated by McLaren's stuttering start to the 2012 season, but Lewis Hamilton has just shrugged it off.
Although Hamilton has started on the front row of the grid in three of the first five races, he is yet to claim a race win with his best results three third-place finishes.
Errors from the pit wall and during pit stops have largely been to blame for the 27-year-old's failure to win, much to the frustration of his team boss Martin Whitmarsh.
"We should have had more success then we've had," Whitmarsh said, adding "I'm very frustrated."
Hamilton, though, isn't too upset with the results so far, but concedes they need to improve.
"I am not frustrated, this is the way racing goes sometimes," he said.
"Looking at the qualifying results we have had, we would have loved to finish further up and we definitely need to improve if we want to stay where we are or move forward - but we are working very hard to making sure it can continue."
Next up for Hamilton is the Monaco Grand Prix, a race he won in 2008.
"It is wide open, this track is where the driver can make a difference," he said. "I love it here.
"To be able to wake up in your own bed and drive just down the road and be at work is a fantastic feeling.
"I am sure it will make quite a big difference, I loved where I lived before [in Switzerland] but this is just a different place and I see to be enjoying it a bit more."