F1 » McLaren chief leaps to Hamilton defence


Martin Whitmarsh defends Lewis Hamilton after being questioned if he had 'had a word' with his driver over the off-season

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jose - Unregistered

January 28, 2012 8:42 PM

Congratulation CRASH baby you really got the pot boiling
The regular's point man Taipan is on a rampage. Infatuation
has got to be the reason. Just read his posts.Love it is..
I see that Martin Whitmarsh understands how valuable a
commodity Lewis Hamilton really is. The "Golden Goose"
that he is. Paired with Mr. Buttons, Mclaren has the best one
two punch on the grid.
My last post for a while, time to move on, another challenge
waits..Adios Mi Amigos..

Badman, Jose

Taipan

January 28, 2012 8:57 PM

Ladies and gentlemen of the forum, would I be right in suggesting that the Fanboys are getting even easier to upset?
Now what could be the reason for thier apparent irritability?

Could it be....

1. After 5 years still only having '07 and '08 to witter on about how epic LULU was?

2. A younger chap than LULU now has 2 World Championships to his name?

3. LULU being easily beaten by JB last year, a driver that they all assumed was talentless compared to their little bejeweled hero?

4. Perhaps it's down to the less than epic 5th, 4th, 5th in the last 3 championships and the same excuses each year?

Whatever the reason my little extremist chums, rest assured that I'm having a good laugh at your expense! LOL

Jayne - Unregistered

January 28, 2012 9:08 PM

Evening Taipan
All the fanboys are whinging and whining, blah, blah, boo hoo!
What they can't refute is that statistics don't lie and history will show that he wasn't as good as HE thought he was!

Taipan

January 28, 2012 9:23 PM

Good evening Jayne, they do seem rather tetchy don't they?
I can only offer them this morsel of advice, instead of bowing at the alter of another one hit wonder who's ego superseded his talent, embrace F1 as a whole, the sport, the history, the technology, the teams, it's all fantastic and it will still be there long after Lulu has vanished.

Do you think they'll listen Jayne?

Nope neither do I, sad really.

Jayne - Unregistered

January 28, 2012 9:47 PM

I agree, drivers come and go and a new hero ALWAYS comes along.
History will reflect on Lulu that he had talent and at times speed but not a racing brain.
I love F1 and those who choose to knock it or jump on the Lulu bandwagon because he was the media's darling should go to a GP and then they would realise the magic that comes from everything that is F1.
I think its our duty to protect our fantastic sport from paranoid Lulu fans!!!!!

Counting down now to the comments that are sure to follow and hoping in vain for a constructive informed reply!

Mozartist

January 28, 2012 9:52 PM

To all lulu boppers,
Apart from his obvious singularity amongst all F1 drivers in history, he only made the history books by 1 point. Is that enough to get your undies in a wad every time someone states the hard facts about your boy blunder?

Mo :)

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