F1 » Hamilton turns negatives to positives, vows 'nothing is impossible'


McLaren-Mercedes star Lewis Hamilton comes out fighting as he bids to turn the tables on runaway F1 2011 World Championship leader Sebastian Vettel on home turf at Silverstone next weekend - as team-mate Jenson Button insists there will be no giving in

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DontTalkShite

June 29, 2011 2:57 PM

What will be the next amazing piece of drivel to come from his mouth. I don't think your team or sponsors, who pay your exorbitant wage, would have appreciated your comments after Valencia. The way you change your mind so much you just sound like a spoilt little brat. I think you need Daddy back on the scene to keep you in check. Now we all understand why he was around in the 1st place. Bl@@dy child!

blzbub

June 29, 2011 2:58 PM

Forget about the title, concentrate only on the next race and see where you are at the end of the season, something simon fuller isnt telling him!Forget about the title, concentrate only on the next race and see where you are at the end of the season, something simon fuller isnt telling him!

richard

June 29, 2011 3:17 PM

blzbub. you have hit the nail on the head. it is since fuller was appointed pr manager, that lulus statements have gotten out of hand. it is possible that fuller pushes lulu to talk immediately after he steps out of his car, thus ensuring things are said in the heat of the moment. which then, on reflection, have to be retracted. better if fuller told him to say nothing without a little thought process.
looking at this and other sites, lulu is losing fans by the bucketload.
i actually feel sorry for the guy!

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