F1 » Hamilton: Refuelling ban makes F1 cars 'time bombs'


McLaren-Mercedes' 2008 world champion Lewis Hamilton has cautioned that the renewed ban on refuelling in the sport in 2010 has turned F1 cars into dangerous 'time bombs...which could go off at any time'

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Cubikrube - Unregistered

February 02, 2010 11:18 AM

George i've read the article and again i don't see him complaining in it. He seems to be responding to a comment made by a journalist much like Button in the same article. He's saying it is potentially more dangerous, Button is pretty much agreeing with this but also saying it's dangerous whether it is 80 kilo's of fuel or 160.
It's a nothing story in reality, like most on here. Hopefully when the season starts we'll get a bit less conjecture and story making. This site constantly feeds the trolls and i'm almost at the point of going somewhere else to get my petrol head fix. Or maybe i should just stick to the bike section, WSB rather than Moto GP as that is just as bad lol

McLewis - Unregistered

February 02, 2010 11:32 AM

same guy who suggested Button should come over to McLewis! Same guy who's head and ass are the same side when some one drives side by side with him.. dangerous is a worry for him when he's trying to put others in the wall!
Button can kick in any direction and it should hit this blotted, self glorified fools ass! Jenso, leave the friendship, just beat this putz!! :D

Mojo Jojo

February 02, 2010 11:35 AM

He's just a bit worried, I suspect, that he is hard and rough on tires and no re-fuelling means he has to care for them more. It may require a certain change of driving style for him, more than, let's say, Button.

will - Unregistered

February 02, 2010 11:37 AM

I don't know what article you are reading because Lewis is complaining in this one!
Its finally dawned on him that his driving style doesnt suit the new regs, his tyres won't last and his brakes will be fried by lap 30

NoHam Plz - Unregistered

February 02, 2010 11:44 AM

He's a little bit worried...not so about the danger, but rather more of his driving style. Yes, believe it or not Mr. Hamilton, Formula 1 should be an ultimate gladiator sport, so if class of 1986 didn't complain about danger...why should you?

alex - Unregistered

February 02, 2010 12:09 PM

This is new depths of stupidity for Crash, spinning a non story from one of the lowest Tabloid papers in the UK, News of the World into a pile of nonsense....


News of the World are famous for making up quotes from people, the quotes do not sound like Lewis, more stating the bleeding obvious.

Still, it has got the Fraggles and Trolls all excited, ad bucks in the bank.

ThirdShift

February 02, 2010 12:33 PM

Erm.... When was the last fire resulting from an accident and leaking fuel? Berger 1988 San Marino? This is a non issue But it will be interesting to see how the current crop of drives deal with a heavy car. Most have no experience of "heavy" cars and driving with changable fuel loads. Roll on the start of the Season!

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