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Lewis Hamilton emerges as the man to beat on day one in Brazil

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King Kenny - Unregistered

November 25, 2011 10:39 PM

On a good day, Hamilton drives his McLaren like nobody else could. On a bad day...well, we've seen plenty of bad days this season, haven't we?

IMO, Lewis is THE best driver of the championship. Let's hope next season no team has too much advantage over its rivals and everyone stays at the top of their game all season long. We have enough talent on the grid to enjoy some epic racing, with Hamilton, Button, Vettel, Alonso, Schumacher...

And I know it's a hopeless dream, but, please, bring back fuel stops!

Blozzo - Unregistered

November 26, 2011 12:03 AM

While Lewis is undoubtedly the best racer in the pack, his own mistakes but ominously coupled with Maclarens ongoing pit lane stratedgy mistakes have compounded the issues through the season. Lets hope Sam Michael can give some fresh input and get a consistent pit lane hopefully of the same standard as the Brawn-Schumacher era.


November 26, 2011 12:44 AM

It's nice to see Lewis on the top of the timing sheets, but it's not like pole or winning is it.

Jenson having trouble with tyres ... Lewis stop it ... leave Jenson's tyres alone :) :)

no name - Unregistered

November 26, 2011 2:42 AM

@gordo thank you someone said it before me. It's just practice. But oh yes because he happened to win a race and now he's good in practice he's all of a sudden the best. Hate to break it to all the lulu fans but if Vettel hadn't cut a tire down he wouldn't have won the last race.

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