F1 » Hamilton urged to learn from team-mate


Niki Lauda has dispensed yet more wisdom for 'frustrating' Lewis Hamilton following the Briton's Belgian GP exit.

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chrsity - Unregistered

September 05, 2011 8:02 AM

who he kidding?..urge to learn from team mate Jb?..if LH he does that..he be fighting him again like FA and Lh..lets face it...Lh cant change the way he drives,,,aggresive and like a lunatic on 3 wheels and he has made a few crashes from other rival drivers,..like in monaco and recently in SPA..

there no freaking way to change over night the way he drives.no way!

Fat Rabbit Racing - Unregistered

September 05, 2011 8:09 AM

As a JB fan, all I can say is that Lewis is everything that I enjoy about racers, fast, drives on the edge, sometimes unpredictable, but always exciting to watch. He is great for the sport as he is.

I get the same enjoyment out of watching LH as I did Gilles Villeneuve all those years ago.

To be honest, the comments from Niki fall into the same catagory as those of Max Mosley, ie totally irrelevant.

chrsity - Unregistered

September 05, 2011 8:12 AM

Lh drives like he's in a arcade games..once crash out and spew out Ali G comments...i wonder why are they so many mclaren out there supports him..and ross says he as charismatic as a clam?????...WTF?..maybe he is in real life,,,but NOT HIS DRIVING..still like s spoil brat..ya!

Cael - Unregistered

September 05, 2011 8:36 AM

why do LuLu nutswingers pretend to be a different driver fans?...it's not like it makes they're point more valid or something.

..Or are they just too ashamed to admit that they root for the crash dummie kid?

jargo - Unregistered

September 05, 2011 8:57 AM

We just need to let all the drivers drive in theyre own way and theyre own individual styles.....thats why we watch, every driver copied each other there would outrage that they all drive the same! I like to see drivers drive the way they love to drive!!

Taipan

September 05, 2011 9:09 AM

Fat Rabbit, No doubt we will also get all of the Lulu Luvvies telling Lauda and Stewart to shut up, get of Lewis' back, they don't understand modern F1 etc,etc.

I'd like to ask Lulu's fans a question, what do you want LH to be remembered for? a fortunate 1 time champion who won a few races, crashed a lot and caused regular controversy or the best driver of his generation?
If it's the latter then Stewart and Lauda are exactly the type of drivers that he should be listening to, they had plenty of talent but they also had a hell of a brain and made the most of every oportunity that came their way.
At the moment LH is a talent waisted because his mindset is so wrong.

Taz - Unregistered

September 05, 2011 9:11 AM

Nooooo

Don't turn the F1 boards into the MotoGP forum, the Stoner and Rossi fanboys have ruined the MotoGP forum, please don't do the same here.

Lauda and Stewart's comments are correct, as I don't follow one specific driver I can look at this objectively. He has had a poor season by his standards, he can do a much better job, he's more than capable.

jimmy.p - Unregistered

September 05, 2011 9:22 AM

fat rabbit, I hope your only saying that gilles and lewis are entertaining. Because if you are saying they drive similar then thats a BIG insult to gilles memory. He always put his life on the line for his lap time but NEVER endangered others while doing so and he was freaking unbelievable in inferior cars. this is more than I can say for hamilton.

Fat Rabbit Racing - Unregistered

September 05, 2011 9:24 AM

Taipan and Taz, a lot of sense written by both of you. Agree that Stewart and Lauda were great drivers and they both cannot be wrong with their advice to Hamilton. All I was saying is that I like the way he drives, and the unpredictability of his driving helps make F1 exciting. Seb is a stunning driver, but predictably good, and will probably win many more championships than Hamilton, but is he as exciting to watch? Depends what you like to see. All drivers have different styles and attitudes, and that is one element that makes F1 good to watch.
As for the MotoGP forum, I quite agree. The Rossi / Stoner fanboys really spoilt that. Healthy debate is good, but some of those comments were way ott.
Cheers .

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