F1 » Nothing out-of-reach, says 'racer' Hamilton – we can still do it!


He might have arguably thrown away a chance of winning the inaugural Korean Grand Prix, but a feisty Lewis Hamilton certainly provided much of the race's entertainment as he re-ignited his F1 2010 title challenge

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vincent F - Unregistered

October 24, 2010 2:09 PM

The only guy out willing to race, I'm starting to like Hamilton, I've always loved the racer but kind of hated the character that came with...

Now it's Alonso's to lose and I don't think is likely to make the kind of mistakes Webber did, all that hype about webber being more mature etc... Yeah right, just s***ting his pants the whole way through, begging for the race to be cancelled.

And finally what a shame for Vettel, if it wasn't for mechanical failures the championship would already be his.

arcuid

October 24, 2010 2:16 PM

Lewis made me nervous during the SC periods when he was getting way to close to Alonso tail. Had he not had that tire graining problem and slight mistake at the restart he would won it. Still 2nd place wasn't so bad for him and the team. He got the car to the finish and got the points he needed.

Tealeaf - Unregistered

October 24, 2010 2:16 PM

What a lucky boy this Shamilton is, if it wasn't for Redbull's troubles today he would already be out of it, this 'racer' is full of **** even Rosberg had the measure of him today, lol so eager to get the race started and get passed straight away. Shamilton lovers just admit it ffs Vettel and Alonso had him covered today and was faster, RIP Vettel becoming 2010 world champion even though on speed the finger has all their numbers.

Ian S - Unregistered

October 24, 2010 2:32 PM

@tealeaf. Why not crawl back under whatever rock you emerged from until you have something intelligent to say? Your juvenile vitriol, against a man who has achieved more than you ever will, is both pathetic and creepy.

Jose - Unregistered

October 24, 2010 3:40 PM

Hamilton is still in the hunt. The more you watch him drive you see a true F1 driver. No matter what the conditions bring he pushes the limit Getting everything the car can give.
Just fantastic to watch.

If F1 racing is pure entertainment, and it is,
watching Lewis drive is just pure excitement...

My two thumbs up salute...

"Ride Like The Wind"
Thanks,

Jose

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