F1 » Hamilton: It was my fault....


Lewis Hamilton has reversed his opinion on the lap 13 accident that ended his Belgian Grand Prix.

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I Win - Unregistered

August 29, 2011 7:33 AM

Maybe you should look at the Maldonado incident again and see if you want to accept some blame for that too? Out of interest, I showed a friend that doesn't follow F1 at all that incident (from the front view of the cars) and he thought it was your fault with the initial jink and then said he moved over towards Maldonado during the crash. Another friend, who also cares nothing for F1, said it was the guy coming from behind.

me - Unregistered

August 29, 2011 8:45 AM

Wow! Has he finally grown up and learned how to accept responsiblity instead of blaming everyone else. I sure hope this is a sign that he is finally maturing.

MattF1

August 29, 2011 8:56 AM

Of course it was your bloody fault Lulu! Anyone blessed with th gift of sight could have seen that from the beginning, and yet you initially shifted all the blame onto poor Kamui!

This guy must be schizophrenic, he makes ridiculous statements and then when he realises how stupid he sounds he does a complete turn around on them! So as a result most people don't take what Lulu has to say seriously...

The funniest thing is that arrogant Martin Whitmarsh thought he was funny when he called Vettel 'the Crash Kid' last year - well Lulu is most certainly the crash kid of F1 these days!

Jokes on you Whitmarsh!

you make me laugh - Unregistered

August 29, 2011 8:59 AM

why keep on about the qualifying incident the initial jink by lewis was probably to go on the racing line but realised maldanardo was coming fast so moved back then maldanardo swiped across him obvious being the racing line is the nearer the other side of the road. and i dont think lewis is fully to blame over sundays incident kobyashi had no chance of pasing round the outside so why even keep his car there after being passed think the blame is probably 50/50

chrsity - Unregistered

August 29, 2011 9:16 AM

what a duck!

now he admits he at fault?..gee as least the admit that but does he learn from that accident?..gee!..what a duck too!...what he doing?..1st he did to JB at the other race and now he does this again?..perhaps he should have a concussion and leave for the rest of the season race perhaps that accident wasnt hard enough to have a black out.....tsk tsk tsk

shaz - Unregistered

August 29, 2011 9:48 AM

well done Lewis for admitting your mistake and showing some sportsmanship, a silly mistake really he didn't think Kobayashi would come back at him. From now on he just has to focus on each race because the championship is almost over, on to Monza

Marc - Unregistered

August 29, 2011 9:49 AM

I think Lewis is being rather generous. Kobi said he wasn't trying to re-pass Lewis, but it looked like he was to me, he did gain on Lewis and turn in. If he had no intention of re-passing why not pull back a foot and avoid the accident? 50/50 for me thinks.

But fair play to Lewis for coming out and saying what he did. I don't think I would have.

As for maldonerdo Jake Humphrey summed him up best by calling him 'a bit of a hooligan'.

Dee - Unregistered

August 29, 2011 9:51 AM

...and I guess this also confirms David Coulthard's extremely poor call that Kobayashi turned into Hamilton. An apology from David would be nice (though I doubt we'll get one).

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