F1 » Hamilton: Australia 'loving' my driving charge


Lewis Hamilton: It is all in the past for me. A fine is a fine but they are loving it at the moment. I guess they need the publicity. The country is so far away I guess they don't get much attention from us.

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HomeHeroe

May 30, 2010 8:47 PM

Its his car, he obviously werent going to hurt anybody... So, what the hell? They should better control all these vandals coming from over there to the rest of the world... Getting drunk like there is no tomorrow and beat around them as if everything was about MMA...

Norville2

May 30, 2010 9:55 PM

Fishfingers

Norville2 is for real and did not make a racist comment the comment he made was a fact...read it again.

What you do to the indigenous people in Australia is a disgrace...bite on that Fishfingers..

Jasonmm18 - Unregistered

May 31, 2010 3:44 AM

haha good on him for stating his opinion, i am Australian and i agree with his comments, and for all the Aussies getting upset by it, get over it. Aussies are the biggest bogans/Hoons around, all they do is burnouts in there crap holdens and fords.

kneedragon1962

June 01, 2010 10:17 AM
Last Edited 1512 days ago

@ HomeHeroe

"Its his car, he obviously werent going to hurt anybody... "

Very well, the house will see a separation. The motion is that the traffic law will be altered to read "For everybody except practicing F1 drivers. Oh, and MotoGP riders. (Rossi got pinged for doing 155 km/h on the way to Phillip Island a couple of years ago.) All in favor?"

You either have laws or you don't. Once you start writing in exceptions and exemptions - what do you really have? And when the cops start enforcing the law for the unwashed but turn a blind eye to the 'pranks' of the elite - what do you have then?

And at the idiot who implied he got booked because he's dark skinned - don't kid yourself. (more)

kneedragon1962

June 01, 2010 10:28 AM
Last Edited 1512 days ago

(continuation) Lewis got pinged because he did something very visible, very illegal, when he is a very visible person. So did Rossi. These people get paid millions of dollars / pounds a year to travel the world and represent their team, sponsor, sport, nation etc. If they then go on to present themselves in a way that provides ammunition to the forces of over-control and conservatism - then let them reap of the whirlwind. An F1 driver is an ambassador, doubly so in Lewis's case because he's a black Englishman. He needs to do it better, cleaner, smarter than everyone. That makes me a racist, right? Well, you'd better tell my wife of 25 years, who happens to be a few shades darker than Lewis.

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