F1 » Massa: Hamilton incapable of using his brain


So incensed was Ferrari's Felipe Massa following his collision with Lewis Hamilton in today's Singapore Grand Prix that he accosted his McLaren-Mercedes rival post-race and accused him of being unable to 'use his mind'

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quentin - Unregistered

September 26, 2011 9:18 AM

all this hatread/jealousy/racistness or whatever towards hamilton has stemed from the fact that he went straight into a top team and some of the other drivers dont like it and a lot of people on here dont like it either at the end of the day he is a top driver and wouldnt be in f1 if he wasnt.

Telecat - Unregistered

September 26, 2011 9:23 AM

Sasha, If I remember rightly Hamilton came out well behind Massa. He then proceeded to overtake evrybody between them and them Massa. Now Massa's car may be inferior to Hamilton's. However Massa completely failed to make his car advantage over the Force India and Mercedes tell and Hamilton to be frank, breezed past him. LH made the most of his opportunities whereas Massa seemed to lack any passion. Ferrari need a better second driver as Massa too easily gets himself "mired" in the midfield unable to make progress.

beeflin

September 26, 2011 9:37 AM

It was a minor incident, especially compared to Schumacher's mistake. Hamilton didn't turn into Massa, he overestimated his grip and slid into him - didn't you see the puff of dust from the front tyres? Things like this are always happening in all formulae and it's spiteful and petty of Massa to make a big deal out of it. Look at Perez, the same thing happened to him but did we hear him whining? Massa is the one who's run out of excuses, long ago.

DontTalkShite

September 26, 2011 10:00 AM

Couldn't be bvothered reading all the pro Hammy pages so have jumped straight to the back page. I think the point is Hamilton seems to be in a lot incidents, whether his fault or not. I take from this that he pushes the envelope, more often than not too far. Massa is well within his rights to question Hamilton. Hamiltons silence on the matter speaks volumes. As for LH's defenders who trump the race card, well, frankly, thats racist! It's called reverse racism.

meatlovers - Unregistered

September 26, 2011 10:16 AM

collision, not good 4 drivers,
but good 4 show
f1 need aggressive divers like him anyway
diversity is good...
what happened if every f1 drivers 'TOO SCARE DOING OVERTAKING', well that makes f1 even more boring
this season vettel makes F1 so boring, atleast hamilton gave us something to see

richard

September 26, 2011 10:21 AM

beeflin. "minor incident" "underestimated" etc. but isnt lulu meant to be one of the greatest drivers in the world, and of all time (according to himself). the simple fact is that flip was ahead of lulu, and lulu tried to bully his way through. there is really no excuse for that kind of behaviour, which he used throughout this season and in fact, through last season. a really good driver would not make these fundamental "miscalculations".
and schumis rookie error seems to be overlooked. funny how he implied on tv that perez brake tested him! but at least schumi can blame old age for his miscalculations, lulu can only blame himself!
i see that anthony is now blaming lulus management company.

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