F1 » Hamilton talks Whitmarsh – and his relationship with his dad


Current F1 2010 World Championship leader Lewis Hamilton reviews Martin Whitmarsh's success since taking over at the helm of McLaren from Ron Dennis - and admits his relationship with his father is still not back to what it once was

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Timmy - Unregistered

July 08, 2010 2:30 AM

I think his dad would understand that much of it, he's a very dedicated man he understands sacrifice. Infact I'm quite sure that he himself thinks Lewis' job matters more than he does.

I do feel sorry for his dad though, for 20 or so years he pretty much dedicated his life to Lewis' career and now he's not part of that.

arcuid

July 08, 2010 8:45 AM

It's hard for parents to let go but kids will have to find their way on their own even if it means making a lot of mistakes. I just hope both Lewis and his dad do patch things up.

beeflin

July 08, 2010 9:56 AM

Whitmarsh's attitude seems yet another exceptional advantage for McLaren, who continue to set the standard for old-fashioned sanity. But I still don't understand what happened between the Hamiltons. Why did they fall out?

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