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Lewis Hamilton names Simon Fuller as his new manager

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Cubikrube - Unregistered

March 15, 2011 10:54 AM

This is more down to the fact that Fuller represents the Beckhams and has been responsible for their huge earning outside of Music for Posh..LOL to that one and Sport for Beckham.
In terms of generating the maximum income out of an image/persona he couldn't have chosen a better person/company to deal with him.
He's already got more cash than i'll ever have...not that i am jealous..oh no not me! (In fairness i'd rather earn less and be a god on a motorbike but that's another pipe dream lol)


March 15, 2011 11:35 AM
Last Edited 1877 days ago

Signing with Fuller will make people dislike Lewis even more now,why can't he just stick to racing which he is brilliant at?we don't want to see Lewis plasted up on billboards all over the place,i suppose he will be singing on American Idol next.

Adie - Unregistered

March 15, 2011 12:04 PM

No doubt this will encourage the 'haters' but I would suggest that some of the above posters should find something more profitable to do with their time rather than whinge about who a person chooses to be their manager! Surely in a free soceity which we claim to belong to it is his business and not ours?


March 15, 2011 12:27 PM

there are rumours around, that imply that fuller was appointed so as to look around at other teams, as lulu is considering moving on at the end of the year, due to disenchantment. red bull have issued a statement, but have not emphatically ruled out a seat for him in 2012. could be an interesting summer.

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