F1 » Hamilton vows 'sensible' approach – and 'maximum pressure'


A bullish Lewis Hamilton promised to take things 'sensibly' at the start of this weekend's Turkish Grand Prix after splitting the Red Bulls to qualify an excellent second in Istanbul - and then 'apply maximum pressure'

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blzbub

May 29, 2010 7:23 PM

what have all the fools who claimed that because jenson was fastest in FRIDAY FREE PRACTICE, he is the real team leader at mclaren, got to say today? jenson must have qualified tactically to be fourth . . . McLaren have to get ahead early and look after the tyres, because the Red Bulls will be looking after theirs.

Lewis will DNF tomorrow.

Too full on. First corner crash...tires will go..something pushed past its limits.
He needs to drive to finish for a change.
We all know he can drive. He can drive beyond the limits of the car, the tires, everything.
Maybe he was Tom Cruise's stunt double for Col Trickle in Days of Thunder.
DNF master.

alex - Unregistered

May 30, 2010 7:16 AM

"Lewis Hamilton has vowed to adopt a sensible approach at the start and then apply maximum pressure.

Whats he talking about...the race or Vettels car "Randy Mandy"...she's a bit loose at the moment, so your a good chance.

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