F1 » Hamilton: R&R key to German glory


Having bemoaned the extent of his sponsorship and PR commitments pre-Silverstone, McLaren-Mercedes star Lewis Hamilton has put his Nürburgring success down to entering the race weekend with 'a fresh head'

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blzbub

July 26, 2011 4:08 PM

The key was the team giving him a car to his liking that he could race with, the r and r helps, but he wouldnt have won in a Mercedes. Credit wher it is due, thank the team for the 'uncompetitive' race winning cars they have provided since 2007.

spaghettieddie

July 26, 2011 4:14 PM

Although rest is without question necessary, Blzbub is spot on! It was a better car Hambone! That has more to do with it!:)

PS Nice try though Hammi! Maybe it will work for you, to get out of your responsibilities, but just remember that most everyone 'with a clue' get that you are just showing your lack of responsibility as well as your level of maturity.

arcuid

July 26, 2011 4:43 PM

Yes well Eddie we don't travel around the world 19 times a year, deal with jet lag then get straight to work for 3 major sponsors during the week, qualify on Sat then race on Sunday! LOL The article did say that McLaren has more sponsors than most teams the difference is Red Bull bought a team they use for marketing and PR for their products. Yes rest is necessary so drivers can relax and focus on what they should be doing most of all: Focus on racing. Oh yes I agree the car was fantastic that weekend. :)

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