F1 » Hamilton 'well happy' with 'brilliant' sixth place from P20


McLaren-Mercedes star Lewis Hamilton once again displays all of the grit, aggression and detemination that made him an F1 World Champion by providing the majority of the action with a superb charge into the points in the 2010 Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang

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RawDawg

April 04, 2010 3:01 PM

Brilliant overtaking by Lewis yet again. From 20th to into the top 10 in 15 laps. Either up the inside or around the out, Lewis makes it look routine. It's almost shocking when he gets behind someone and doesn't overtake - it's almost expected.

The first stint was telling how LH was slicing and dicing the field up and the Ferraris and Button where basically stuck behind the Torro Rosso. No doubt the Lewis is the best overtaker on the gird.

50 Cent - Unregistered

April 04, 2010 3:48 PM

not to rain on lulu follower's parade but apart of passing Massa he was much faster than the people in front of him???? Ferdi had a clutch problem so what is so brilliant about that. Had Sutil be in 19th I'm no so sure he would pass this plug.

Peter King - Unregistered

April 04, 2010 3:54 PM

I think I can afford to say LH is the best driver in F1 at the moment after OZ and Malaysia without risking being called a "fanboy" or "man". The kid, makes you want to keep watching.

JOSE - Unregistered

April 04, 2010 3:54 PM

@ spaghettieddie Yo! dude you got that right....

Fantastic job Lewis ...

This guy must be from Brooklyn with that kind of car control, super overtaking ...

Mr. Lewis, Ride Like The Wind!!

Adios,
JOSE

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