F1 » Lewis Hamilton eyes NASCAR run


Video part of the Mobil 1: The Grid series.

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Yirmin - Unregistered

April 25, 2011 7:17 PM

Well... I watched it and I now know what it is like to be a bulimic. I'm not sure which one is the worst... at this point I just hope both crash and make a complete asses of themselves.... I feel dumber for having heard them reading those horrible lines.

50 Cent - Unregistered

April 25, 2011 10:09 PM

RobO - you mentioned that Tony lost some weight...I don't see it that way. Quiet frankly I don't know how he's going to fit into that F1 cockpit without them tearing it up.

JeffS86 - Unregistered

April 26, 2011 7:12 AM

I think it will be interesting to see. Not really a fan of Stewart, but curious to see Hamilton drive a stock car. Jeff Gordon did pretty well when he swapped rides with Montoya.

Reznick - Unregistered

April 27, 2011 1:09 AM

"tony use to run open wheel" that was many, many moons ago...or shell I say few hot dogs away."

UMMMMM NO , you better check you facts. He's been in plenty of open wheel cars whithin the past couple years. From modifides to sprint cars to super modifides. And before you dismiss these as rednecks racin openwheel cars, check out the asphalt supermodifides
www.ismasupers.com. These are some of the fastest asphalt cars running .... period. I should know, there's one parked in my shop just waiting to come out and play

Eric - Unregistered

April 29, 2011 8:02 PM

Holy ISMA Supermodified reference! I never thought I'd see that on this site. COOL! Anyway, they mean Formula car open wheel. The Supers, Sprints, etc are awesome but they aren't an F1 or Indy Car in terms of needing to be 160 lbs or lighter with a waist line of 30" or less. Most of the current group of F1 and Indy Car drivers are rather small, think 5'7" or less in most cases with the aforementioned dimensions. Justin Wilson is over six feet tall but he's rather skinny and the only one of that height to make it in years.

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