F1 » Hamilton: missed lap 'was my mistake'


Lewis Hamilton has accepted responsibility for the error that meant he missed out on his final chance of a flying lap for pole in qualifying for the Japanese GP in Suzuka.

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107SS2009

October 08, 2011 1:29 PM

All back flips he ever did so far since he started believing he is SENNA were always a move in the right direction but it's about time he starts avoiding the need to do back flips and stop believing he is SENNA!

Dale - Unregistered

October 08, 2011 1:36 PM

I see he's still not apologizing to Mark & Michael for destroying their laps.

& even more worrying, Martin W is still willing to 'accept' that the team is partially to blame!
When are they going to stop changing Lewis' nappies, picking up after him, & generally wiping his backside for him. Let him grow up FFS!

blzbub

October 08, 2011 1:41 PM

Webber passed him at the final chicane and managed to complete a (not great) lap without getting too close to Button, so once out on the track he still had the opportunity to complete the lap, assuming (again) that Webber and Schumacher wouldnt pass was his downfall.

richard

October 08, 2011 1:49 PM

norville, sunny is certainly NOT ty, although i dont know where he has vanished to. maybe gone away due to the abuse he was getting from some lulu idolisers?

but lulu was not really apologising for his error. he said webber came out of nowhere, doh!!! he knew webber was right behind him. and schumi passing him on the grass was dangerous? according to schumi, lulu pushed him on to the grass.

he claims that he was looking to get a gap to jenson. well, they both drive for the same team, and i am sure that jenson would have gotten out of the way, if required. after all, he knew lulu was behind him.

i was surprised that schumi even went out, as he would have known that he couldnt match the top six anyway.

now, lulu and flip start alongside each other tomorrow. watch out for trouble at the first corner!

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