F1 » Hamilton keen to end contract speculation


Lewis Hamilton admits that he is eager to rid himself of the distraction contract negotiations could bring to his 2012 F1 campaign.

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Taz

February 02, 2012 1:07 PM
Last Edited 1059 days ago

Don't see other options except McLaren really.

Fernando won't want him at Ferrari and same with Seb at Red Bull.

Also he's proven on numerous occasions while berating the team over the radio that he's not a team player either so not sure they'd want him at Ferrari or RBR.

Scepter - Unregistered

February 02, 2012 1:26 PM

Without the use off the blown diffusers these cars are going to be a hand full, if anyone can drive a bad handling car it's Lewis i don't think Jensen likes to drive a car that moves around to much.

Googolplex

February 02, 2012 1:30 PM

According to Enrico (on another thread re Sutil calling Lewis a coward), negative posts about Lewis may prevent him from saving the world from famine!! Accordingly, I hope he manages to fleece a huge sum out of McLaren and inject it straight into his worthy charity.

Loonytoon Hamiltoon - Unregistered

February 02, 2012 1:34 PM

This guy is a 1 man soap opera worse than Eastenders, a programme that is complete dogsh!te!! Sign or dont sign, who cares? People only want to tune in on Sundays and watch a race. All this will he or wont he stay at McLaren dont mean jack. What McLaren will do is up to them, so all the speculation is bs!! Still, I suppose some people need to earn money churning out this constant garbage!! Racing is the focal point for real race fans, not the incessant tripe about drivers personal lives or their contract negotiations. Got to say it will be ironic justice if he finds himself at Force India next season!! #:)

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