F1 » Hamilton not content to 'just exist' like Barrichello


For what seems like the umpteenth time this season, McLaren-Mercedes star Lewis Hamilton has opened his mouth and courted controversy, this time accusing Williams rival Rubens Barrichello of being 'content with just existing' in F1

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pizzaboy

September 26, 2011 3:46 PM

I agree Hamilton is still just as competent driver as he was in 2008 but he lost something mentally along the way.
At least now that it is clear he can't win championship, he should stay focused on what he can do, which is try to be runner-up.

And I know media always picks up small irrelevant things including opinions like these but sportsman should be responsible enough to know what to be said in front of whom.

Btw I disregard the comment outright. I know RB hasn't been best crop & lacking in ambition but he is a FINE driver.. Had he chose to leave shadowing schumi quickly, his career might have been very different.

Lou Watts - Unregistered

September 28, 2011 10:55 AM

Same old. when Lu Lu can drive as well as Jensen and moreover Rubens, his comments may be credible in the sport, give him another dolly to throw out of his pram

blzbub

October 06, 2011 9:38 AM

Rubens in his position of GPDA chairman, when asked about the reported meeting to discuss Hamiltons driving this week at Suzuka, responded with,
"I don't think that's happening," he was quoted by the Press Association. "I think someone has made that up. During the briefings we talk about everything, and then with the GPDA we get together and talk a bit further.
"For example, a lot was said about what (Michael) Schumacher did to Lewis at Monza, that it was unfair, but then it got to the briefing and nobody actually said anything.
There's too much talking and not enough action, so I don't think there will be anything regarding Lewis."

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