F1 » Ecclestone predicts possible Hamilton exit

Bernie Ecclestone predicts another lacklustre season from Lewis Hamilton could signal the end of the 2008 world champion's career in F1.

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Pole Position - Unregistered

February 27, 2012 5:51 PM

!Whatever, Bernie! All I know is Crash better hope Hamilton stays in F1! I mean what in the world would they have to talk about? All the LH haters would disappear! Think about it!

fagin - Unregistered

February 27, 2012 6:27 PM

If MS retires merc would pay lulu big bucks to take his place they convinced MS they could build a winning car bet they can convince lulu.
Then put Gary Paffett in his car he deserves a chance


February 27, 2012 6:35 PM

bannyboy. how do you know that lulu is the most talked about f1 driver? have you taken a worldwide poll?
maybe he is talked about for all the WRONG reasons, such as crashing into others, opening his mouth when he shouldnt, lying to have other drivers penalised etc.
i would imagine that vettel and his prowess is talked about just as much.

and as for crash.net, as i said earlier, this is a "bernie comment". crash and other sites are reporting it. blame bernie, not a website!

Blackstar - Unregistered

February 27, 2012 6:55 PM

after he was outclassed by team mate Jenson Button in the same machinery last year.

Jenson,3 wins and the best season of his career, Lewis 3 wins and the worst season of his career.
The season has barely started and i couldnt help but notice that some people want to see Lewis fail in F1. I find it amusing when F1 pundits dont miss any chance to criticise him but says nothing when Shumacher or Webber crashes. McLaren failed to give him a car to defend his title in 09, unlike red Bull who provided Vettel with a savage last year, so hes had a rough time since parting with his dad, and has had to learn and mature the hard way.Im sure he is smart enough to up his game this year. Was anything said when Lewis outpaced his team mate 13 from 14 races in 2010,sign of a real class act, think about it... Jensen is a decent driver but not in Lewis class, they know it at Mclaren. Ask Alonso he felt it when the car was competitive.

jose - Unregistered

February 27, 2012 7:12 PM

Nothing has changed, and please don't..Man you had the old dog smiling all morning. You really do have something for Hamilton.
Please don't miss understand me here. For you its a good thing
I really think that Crash has a marvellous (employee) Poster
over at Silverstone.
Lewis Hamilton is the 'Golden Goose of F1, You know this..
Whats really is amusing is that you know as well as all of the naysayers here do. No driver sense Sterling Moss has
turned the light on F1 as Hamilton has, and for many reasons.
The truth can be a heavy Mother at times, but the truth is the truth.
Your Dog Baby..

OLD, Jose


February 27, 2012 7:33 PM

jose. you have lost me again! but i will try the google translator from american to english, to try and work out your comments!

yeah, lulu may be a golden goose, but that is because he is controversial, just like nascar, and even indycar, need a "bad boy" to boost viewing figures. but being a "bad boy" does not win championships!

your remark about silverstone puzzles me. if you are trying to suggest that i am from there, well, i live a long long way from there. further, i am retired for over 15 years and am not an employee of anyone, least of all a media group. but i do post, as i am a man of leisure, and it is entertaining to chat with you.
and i used to have a dog, but it died two years ago.

happy now?

train that dog.

goodman richards

Frank - Unregistered

February 27, 2012 7:53 PM

NASCAR could be his best option - Red Bull and Ferrari neither want nor need him-he's too high maintenance. Possibly Merc if Schumi goes. At least if he went to NASCAR he would be closer to NA and may sort his private life out.

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