Hamilton would be vying for a win at the French GP after struggling at his favourite circuit in Montreal.
The Brit would have expected a green French track coming into the weekend but all F1 drivers were greeted to this blue coloured circuit, which is making the viewer and driver experience not so great.
Hamilton expressed his discomfort after free practice yesterday where he found the track a little too disturbing.
He conceded that he loved the challenge of a new track and how he needed to adapt to the circuit quickly in order to produce a good enough result.
“It is always a challenge coming to a new circuit and the place is beautiful, really stunning down here,” Hamilton said.
“With the track you are constantly learning new things so I love the challenge of trying to get into the swing of it before everyone else. There is a lot of different lines you can take as well. Friday is ticked off and now we need to carry this on for the rest of the weekend.
“I miss the grass, there is no grass anywhere. Apart from the colourful lines it is difficult to tell where the hell you are most of the time which is the part that I dislike.
“There are a couple of places down the back straight and you are coming down the long straight trying to find out where the corner is. There is one junction that turns off, that is not it, then there is another junction which turns off on the right, that’s not it, then another on the left.
“It is really, really hard to see. It messes with your mind a couple of times but you get used it to it.” he added.