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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Rob01 - Unregistered

February 01, 2012 1:31 PM

For months Sutil sat behind a smiling face saying he was sorry and didn't mean it. And that it was an accident. He is the coward. He should have went to LUX directly HIMSELF and repaired the problem. How do you have an arguement and then cut someone and it be an accident? He got off light. He still keeps his super license and is free to move around as he pleases.

JJJ - Unregistered

February 01, 2012 1:32 PM

So Lewis has now had a fued with Alonso in his 1st year, than liegate, problems wih his father, problems with his girlfriend, altercations with Massa and Maldonado on and off track and now he doesn't show up for supposedly one of his best mates that he vacations with...

At some point surely you have to identify the common denominator in all of this is Lewis Hamilton himself, no?

Not that he ever will and of course McLaren insist on letting him get away with it no matter what (until they suddenly don't anymore).

yzrm10 - Unregistered

February 01, 2012 1:32 PM

dunno,given the choice of attending my employers car launch,who pay me millions and are my livelihood or attending court to defend some lowlife who glassed an old boy in a bar,wouldnt take long for me to decide.besides anyone that glasses someone else in a bar prob wouldnt remain my friend for too long.

Jenny - Unregistered

February 01, 2012 1:37 PM

The last time Lewis was up infront of a committee of judge, everyone here branded him a liar (lie-gate) Now he decline to lie in court he now a traitor!!! It reminds me of the story of the old man and his grand child and the donkey!!!

elijah

February 01, 2012 1:41 PM
Last Edited 1053 days ago

Hamilton does the most sensible thing not trying to defend the indefensible, and in wade the Hamilton haters.
"Coward", no he was wise very wise indeed. The criminal here is Sutil all by himself. He has gotten off lightly.

Googolplex

February 01, 2012 1:42 PM

I have no sympathy for Sutil, but this episode has done Lewis damage fair or not.

The fact is Lewis was there at the time, knew what happened, and remained mates with Sutil right up until crunch time came (when it was time to give evidence as he previously said he would).

As small a thing as it may have been, Lewis's Dad rang Sutil after the case to console him, yet apparently his best mate did not afford him that courtesy.

EnRiCo47

February 01, 2012 1:49 PM
Last Edited 1053 days ago

We see thinks like that in Australia all the time where alcohol is being served.

Do some people of this site really have a twisted way of thinking or life is just a bit joke!!??

We have somebody who causes a permanent 24 stitches scar to another human been and innocent bystander is called "Coward"by the perpetrator of the crime,and some posters support him, because the bystander was Hamilton.
Googleplex,Commodore and co.come on keep on supporting people like this, it good for Crashnet s standards?!

WHY BOTHER my friends trying to have a dialogue.

Some posters are very rich in data but for the rest, same old stuff,repetitive garbage.
And you @@@@ Aussie guys,how can you side with people like this all the time?

bjbanny - Unregistered

February 01, 2012 1:58 PM

Sutil stabed someone and you all are calling Hamilton names tells how much rarist will go to bring innocent coloured people down.
I have a friend who commited the same offense been sentence to 5 yrs in prison. he sutil should be very happy he excape prison and not blame hamilton.

EnRiCo47

February 01, 2012 2:02 PM
Last Edited 1053 days ago

@@Googleplex

Has anybody ever pondered on the fact that Sutil maybe committed a crime so intentional that Hamilton did not want to know him any more and that the Hamilton s truth in court could have actually made matters worse for Sutil.

Frankly if i had a friend who glassed or knifed or shot or maimed another human intentionally, i would not want him as my friend, as simple as that.

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