F1 » Hamilton: Some drivers are better losers than others...

Could Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel form an F1 'super team' at Red Bull Racing? Only if the German learns to better handle defeat, hints his McLaren-Mercedes rival...

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whl - Unregistered

April 09, 2011 2:11 PM

I keep thinking to myself that this is getting alot of attention for something that everyone says won't happen. But after some reflection, it's starting to seem that the press is trying to build a new rivalry. Let the rivalriebegin on the track, not in the media! That is where they belong, and let's face it, the best rivalries form on their own without any outside help anyway.


April 09, 2011 2:44 PM

Whilst Sebastian Vettel seems to maintain a dignified silence and doing what he seems to do best I wonder which end of the Woking Pantomime Donkey these comical infantile comments come from.Come back Uncle Ron,Smack his botty and tell him to get on with it he seems rather lost without you.

Brendan - Unregistered

April 09, 2011 4:18 PM

Dont remember him taking australia 2010 'on the chin' blaming the team and want to get the person who made the call.

or even when he won in turkey and jenson dared to race him

i like lewis he is a great racer, but he has no idea what its like not to be No.1 in a team.

i'f he left mclaren he would be in for a huge shock' -jenson button

HAMFAN - Unregistered

April 09, 2011 4:30 PM

@ Gordo)There's no doubt Vettel is a good driver and even greater at qualifying, but you see the difference between the great and the good when they win from positions other than the front row,and brundle would say that becouse Vettel is the BBC's golden boy.

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