F1 » Hamilton vows 'all-or-nothing', fears RBR 'walkover'


With the inaugural Korean Grand Prix promising to be an acid test for McLaren-Mercedes' ailing F1 2010 title hopes, former world champion Lewis Hamilton concedes podiums will no longer be enough to stop a rampant Red Bull Racing rout

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Pedro - Unregistered

October 13, 2010 2:08 PM

Lewis, you are obviously not as good as you think you are, those around you need to stop filling your head full of this bull$hit, get real, youre on a learning curve like everyone else. There are several drivers on the grid that are far more talented than you will ever be, they only need the right car to shine through.

Its blatantly obvious that you had already adopted an all or nothing style since your 4th place in Germany, it has been this style that has cost you dearly. When will you learn that F1 is far more than pedal to the metal, ask button, even he became WDC last year, by simply using a brain cell or two.

I really hope you dont take any on the top drivers off, by being even more stupid than has already been seen.

slightly_sideways - Unregistered

October 13, 2010 2:13 PM

Looks like Red Bull will definitely win the titles as it would be very unlikely for them to be as unlucky as they were earlier this season. But then alonso is a very cool customer with a solid car and team so who knows. My money is on the rbr team either way.

Adie - Unregistered

October 13, 2010 2:37 PM

Pedro,every driver who has ever won the world title, unless in very odd circumstances needs the best car.It has become clear that the Mclaren this season is at best 2nd behind the Red Bull and on a par with the Ferrari.Perhaps,despite making some errors this year as well as having some bad luck it is a measure of Hamiltons ability that with three races to go he is so close to his rivals! Perhaps he is not that bad a driver after all???

Realfan 10 - Unregistered

October 13, 2010 2:42 PM

I'm not a huge fan of Lewis, although character wise he has lost much of his arrogance.. Go for it Lewis you have nothing to lose.. I just hope Vettel doesn't win, his arrogant posturing really annoys me.

Honestly - Unregistered

October 13, 2010 5:59 PM

Lewis Hamilton would have to dig down deep to pull this off,problem is there is nothing down deep to draw from,he has had everything given to him,he started at the top therefore he has no base to draw from.Decline underway.

theyank

October 13, 2010 7:42 PM

Adie - depends on your definition of "best car." Jack Brabham and Denny Hulme each won WDC's in a car that was neither the fastest nor the quickest through the turns. It was, however, the most reliable car in those two years.

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