F1 » Hakkinen and Brundle linked to Hamilton manager job


2008 F1 world champion Lewis Hamiltonhas said it was 'inevitable' his father would have to stop being his manager – and he is now said to be considering his options, with Mika Hakkinen and Martin Brundle both being tipped for the role.

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James Montgomery

March 04, 2010 10:40 PM

Hahaha!!!

Come off!!! It just isnt right to get an ex F1 driver to be your manager! The only person that has done it well is Keke Rosberg.. and that was only because of Nico!


Before we know it we will hear Sir Stirling Moss has also put his name down on the candidate list! :D

Liz - Unregistered

March 04, 2010 11:23 PM

I've always admired LH's cool and mature approach. However, I have
Concern that underneath is a pressure cooker that could explode if not kept
In check. AH has probably had a lot to do with keeping LH calm. With potentially such a
Close year ahead, LH really will need good managerial support.

The day after it was announced AH was taking a step back, LH says
He's back with his girlfriend. I hope this isn't related as AH has obviously
Done a top job to date. LH being distracted and losing focus could
Cost him dear. I hope McLaren make sure this doesn't happen.

panzer - Unregistered

March 05, 2010 11:44 AM

Finally! Choose somebody who will put some sense into you! Somebody who can take away arrogance and make you a respected driver in the paddock!

Btw, I couldn't stand seeing his father's girlfriend going nuts in every race of the season! :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

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