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McLaren-Mercedes star Lewis Hamilton admits he needs to get his F1 career back on-track following a torrid 2011 campaign to-date - but his red carpet lifestyle, he insists, is not a distraction

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sodesu

September 08, 2011 12:15 PM

Well I can't help but think it is a bit short-sighted to say that his celebrity lifestyle is not a distraction but his sponsorship assignments is. What was it that allowed him to live the red carpet life in the first place? The two kind of go hand in hand methinks. Although this is perhaps where Fuller & co might be able to help him - to find a good and sound balance.

walrus909 - Unregistered

September 08, 2011 12:17 PM

Crash is performing at it's best, "Just throw a Hamilton headline out there, with any thing negative everyday and we'll keep those message boards alive, roll the presses boys"! I assume some of you still know what a press is. Good old Brit journalism, always keeps me coming back for more

Tealeaf - Unregistered

September 08, 2011 1:00 PM

The real problem is that Sham started to believe in his own hype and thats never a good thing, he started to think he's the new Senna and everyone else was just a 'monkey' and with that mentality he's just got worse and worse over the last 2-3 seasons, him hiring Simon Fuller was bewildering to say the least just look what happened to Honda.

But saying all that I think Mclaren will have the fastest car at Monza due to their sleek chassis with the Mercedes engine, also they seem to have the best traction out of slow corners compared to Redbull and Ferrari so Sham I predict you will win Monza, I could be wrong because look what happened at Monza last year.

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