F1 » Sutil: Hamilton a 'coward', is 'not a man'


Adrian Sutil: Lewis is a coward. I do not want to be friends with someone like that...

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Sinkento - Unregistered

February 02, 2012 12:48 AM

Seriously the Hamilton haters are just messed up individuals and im not even a fan of his. Sutil already committed a crime, which cannot be refuted since the victim required 24 stitches. What difference would Hamilton make if he did give evdience? Nothing. They even had CCTV footage of the incident.

Sutil is just trying to drag down a bystander to his level. Hamilton does not need this type of drama after suffering a difficult last year.

JJJ - Unregistered

February 02, 2012 1:23 AM

Judging by the first comments' ratings on this thread it seems like 68% thinks Lewis is wrong and 32% would leave their own friends hanging when they'd get into a bad situation. Sad thing is, I'm quite sure that most out of those 32% would of course expect their own friends to stand by them if they ever were to hit someone a little too hard in a bar fight. Even more sadly, some of their friends might do just that and be the loyal old dogs not knowing if the situation was reversed they'd have to fend for themselves.

Eventhough Sutil went quite hard with this one I still think it's shocking how many here would abandon a friend as soon as they think it serves their selfish short term gain, like Lewis does with his US image in mind.

fish fingers - Unregistered

February 02, 2012 2:40 AM

I'm sure that when the charges were made and the facts were made clear bf the hearing, it was clear to Lewis he would no longer want to have ANY association with this type of hot tempered individual, despite their friendship. If I were Lewis I would be the one feeling let down.

I had a similar experience with a friend who got drunk and took part in a stabbing incident. Did I want to associate with him? It was an easy decision to make when my girlfriend made it very clear what her feelings were about it.

cas - Unregistered

February 02, 2012 2:55 AM

If it was needed I would have a mates back but that doesn't mean fighting and certainly doesn't mean picking up a weapon be it a bat, knife or glass regardless of the situation. to me stopping a fight rather than participating in it is the right thing and hand on heart if a mate picked up a weapon I would do my best to restrain him or her long enough for them to come to their senses after that though it would be it as far as im concerned they can find another friend

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