F1 » Hamilton 'optimistic' for Indian GP

Lewis Hamilton: To be able to split the Red Bulls on qualifying pace is something that everybody in the team should feel proud about.

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The Old Man - Unregistered

October 29, 2011 6:03 PM

Odd they don't mention his 1st response to the question, which included the the questioner mentioning at the end LH's 3-place grid penalty... LH's 1st words are: "It's interesting you smiled about that...."

Dude, PLEASE drop the paranoia. I say this for your own benefit as well as mine.

jose - Unregistered

October 29, 2011 6:28 PM

@ The Old Man..
Smile, yes he did..Your problem is you just didn't get the
Message. If you did, you would be smiling..
Ride that Dog baby..

Mr. Lewis Hamilton
Ride like the wind baby, just take care of business.


The Old Man - Unregistered

October 29, 2011 6:55 PM

@Jose, I can barely make out what you intended to say. Maybe you did not understand my comment. Let me try to be more clear:

Hamilton accused the interviewer of smiling while the interviewer mentioned the grid penalty. The implication was that the interviewer either took some pleasure in Hamilton's penalty or was party to it.

Yes, I assumed most people would consider that at least odd, if not a bit paranoid. It was certainly an uncomfortable moment in the press room.

do beater - Unregistered

October 29, 2011 9:24 PM

You guys need to cut LH a slack, old man u r totally wrong there is nothing wrong in the remark made to interviewer. He LH is just making fun of his current lack of chance with stewards. Such a remark was well expected. Just watch him tomorrow if you are a really fan let LH entertain you.

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