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Lewis Hamilton vows to push hard in Japan and hopes aggressive approach will pay dividends at Suzuka

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richard

September 30, 2011 2:26 PM

it is reported in autosprint, that a number of f1 drivers have asked fia for a discussion over lulu's driing standards. there is a difference between agressive driving style, and over agressive driving style.

Droog - Unregistered

September 30, 2011 2:28 PM

Now remember everyone, what EJ said on the Forum, Lewis needs to feel the Love...
Actually, I feel a bit sorry for him this season, the guy can't catch a break, that, on top of some truly dumb maneuvers has wrecked his confidence. Maybe if he could just relax and enjoy himself thing would turn around. I hope so, he's exciting to watch when he's on song.

GazzaTheDonkey

September 30, 2011 2:28 PM

“This year, of course, we all travel to Japan extremely mindful of the consequences of the earthquake and tsunami that ravaged the country earlier this year"

Yeah, kinda puts all the arguments about who's the best F1 driver in prospective, thoughts for all who lost family and friends in the devastation.

Oh and come on JB!

50 Cent - Unregistered

September 30, 2011 3:09 PM

Richey- driving standards in F1 should be the same for everybody. That said, I think lala did not have too many accidents prior to this year. Yes, occasional wheel bangng, but I think that was that.

Matt - Unregistered

September 30, 2011 3:44 PM

Hammi should come out with his own Pusscat Dolls copy song: "Don't cha wish you're BF could crash like me"

Seriously though, if he just drove at his limits and gets through his thick head that "having 1cm of your front wing next to the car in front does not constitute and overtake" and that he cant pull off epic passes from 10 miles back like Senna actually could, then Lulu will be fine.
At least Seb can say I'm not a Senna or Schumi, I want to be a Seb. Maybe Hammi could try that.

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