F1 » Hamilton: Button only challenged due to team miscommunication

Lewis Hamilton: They [the team] set a target for me lap time wise [towards the end] and I tried to stick to that. The target was definitely a bit too slow, so I was slowing down to keep that target and all of a sudden Jenson was right up my tail...

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Jaycee - Unregistered

May 31, 2010 3:40 PM

i think Hammy is just playing the diplomatic game, judging from the look on his face, his body language, how he greeted button the chief mechanics,if he was

Jaycee - Unregistered

May 31, 2010 4:21 PM

Please dont lecture me on real British, the truth that people will support their own skin color given an option, come back the real world people...we all know that stuff, get over you tea-breath comments...we all live in the real world, this poor dude has seen so much bashings, am white too, but i tell it like it is...and its real out there, you freaking hypocrites

decko - Unregistered

May 31, 2010 4:24 PM

Full Marks to Hamilton over this, moons ago it was him being told to stick behind Alonso, he obviously expected Button to hold station as the clue was that both cars have similiar situations. Button could have jeopardised a good working relationship, but from now it might be like Rossi and Lorenzo or Vettel and Webber. Whatever excuses Button gave, at the back of his mind Hamilton will be saying that won't happen again and also Hamiton was good to silence Button before the rostrum ceremony

jaycee said "Please dont lecture me on real British, the truth that people will support their own skin color given an option." You have no right to call me a hypocrite I am white and I Married to a Jamaican girl and she is the best thing that has happened to me we have three wonderful kids as will I think it is you who is colour blind

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