F1 » Whitmarsh: Hamilton's meeting with Horner was a 'misjudgement'


McLaren-Mercedes team principal Martin Whitmarsh has reflected that in the light of the intense speculation over his future in F1, Lewis Hamilton's visit to the Red Bull Racing motorhome in Montreal was 'a misjudgement'...

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Tealeaf - Unregistered

July 08, 2011 12:53 PM

Another day and another outburst from Lewser Shamilton!
Well Sham you didn't complain much in 2007 when Lauda, Stewart and Moss was constantly rooting for you and when they were constantly bashing Alonso you never complained, it just shows what a pathetic human being you are, and you was really happy with Mansell last year at silverstone when he was one of the stewards and he crucified Alonso, imagined if he had done that to you! I hate to think what you'd be saying in the press, why do you think Horner doesn't want you? It's because he knows he's got the best driver in Vettel and you'd cause nothing but trouble, but hey lighten up Sham it's a good chance you can win Silverstone in a way I hope you do so you can be in a better mood and not so bitter like you have been lately.

richard

July 08, 2011 1:06 PM

this is old news! however, mateschitz has categorically ruled out importing any driver. he says that anyone coming up to rbr, will be from their pool of drivers, unless it is found that there is no-one suitable. he has so many up-an-coming drivers on his books, he should have no problem. interestingly he has said that mclaren are holding more store by button, than lulu. so that is really a good dig at lulu, and will probably demoralise him further?

Tewingirl - Unregistered

July 08, 2011 3:35 PM

Poor lulu he really doesn't get it now does he.

If he had a brain to go with his racing talent he'd be a force to reckon with but it seems he was at the back of the line when brains were handed out.

Some friendly advice STFU and drive!

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