F1 » Hamilton to Red Bull talk 'part of silly season'


Jonathan Neale plays down stories linking Lewis Hamilton with Red Bull

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Mang

July 07, 2011 12:44 PM

Silly season talk?....that's rich coming from him!
Everytime he opens his mouth or gets behind the wheel something silly seems to happen! I love McLaren but they need to get Hamilton senior involved to reel his son back into line.

MotoGP - Unregistered

July 07, 2011 2:50 PM

I like McLaren and Hamilton, but it would be good for him to go to a different F1 team at some point. It would improve his driving and racing skills and help mature him to be out of that insulated environment.

pitstop - Unregistered

July 07, 2011 3:09 PM

I still don't think that Lewis will go to the bulls next year but i think it may well happen in 2013,i just can't see him ever going to Ferrari now though.

107SS2009

July 07, 2011 4:34 PM

Common sense tells me that for a driver to change teams and go drive for another team first and foremost the team will have to want him to drive for them, like when Red Bull wanted Alonso to go drive for them (he turned down the offer)
Christian Horner finally dealt a knockout blow to speculations linking lulu to Red Bull in the last 24 hours.

fastlane66 - Unregistered

July 07, 2011 5:35 PM

No one is crazier than LH on the earth if he moved to RB next year.
He will be undeclared No.2 driver at RB. S Vettel will be always No.1 driver regardless.
Owner is Austrian German speaker and powerful man Marko is Austrian German speaker. German S Vettle is Helmut Marko favorite son and his prodigy.
What English man is going to do in German team? Is he though he will get same car as S. Vettle and then he must be going crazy?
Who know RB will be faster than McLean next year?
Mark Webber wants to stay with RB because he does not have many choices at his age in F1. Be grownup Lewis!
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