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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norville2 - Unregistered

February 27, 2012 8:44 PM

Nothing changes with Bernie or with this site, no Hamilton stories latley?....what is Bernie on?, i think he is getting a little senile.... Then you get all the trolls jumping on board....funny when Hamiliton is not in the headline most of the posters don't post.

Mark _

February 27, 2012 10:11 PM

Richard - while I realize that many people in the US have poor grammar skills, please don't assume that Jose is representative of "American" English. I can't understand him any better than you can. I get the feeling that English is not his primary language. Perhaps there is a decoder ring for Jose's comments.

jose - Unregistered

February 27, 2012 11:48 PM

Mark,
Correct a simple decoder ring from Walmart should solve the
problem. Sorry it will not help you with comprehension or
critical thinking, but its cheap ($ 3.49 us). Be sure to get a
Brooklyn model. You will need some form of picture ID.
If you are under 12 you're in like Flynn, otherwise they may
call security.

@ richards, Love you Baby..

HanButFan..Yes that I is

Badman, Jose

Silent observer - Unregistered

February 28, 2012 2:19 AM

Hammy fans create a rod for their own backs. With dismissive comments that do not recognise other drivers' superior skills over Hammy's. They insist he "thrashed" Alonso in 2007, even though both finished equal on points. Yet, when others say Button thrashed Hammy last year, they immediately pipe up and claim that "both had the same race wins". They can't stand the heat yet they want to dish it. Then they resort to insults and call others trolls.

You know...what's good for the goose and all that...

EnRiCo47

February 28, 2012 2:33 AM
Last Edited 932 days ago

Great role model!!!!!Ecclestone


Great mind in business but surely his own daughters would want a more normal role model.
But that may be the way i was raised.

So why does he get involved in other people dirty linen.???

Being a technical expert does not make him a social one
Look at Albert Einstein and many others.

And Hamilton like him or not is a God given gift to Motosport.

kirk66 - Unregistered

February 28, 2012 2:37 AM

Up front: I like F1 but don't watch every race. It's a far superior show than ANY American open wheel racing. But it stands to reason that Hamilton would choose NASCAR over everything else because the money is there. He'd need 1 full-time season in the Nationwide series and then split a season between Nationwide and Sprint Cup and on his 3rd year be sitting in a Ganassi or Hendrick car (probably replacing Dale Jr). I'm not saying he could win driving in circles all the time, but the fact that NASCAR would pay the big checks would be pretty inticing to the guy.

James Harrison

February 28, 2012 2:40 AM
Last Edited 932 days ago

And Ricciardo is brilliant, seen him come up the ranks and his 6th and 7th now and then in Friday Practice sessions last year ahead of Jaime and Buemi, now he's got a race seat, you watch, he might be worthy of a Red Bull drive.

CHRIS - Unregistered

February 28, 2012 3:27 AM

not surprising that this mooky LH is exiting..the way he drive is a publicity stunt driver..he should be doing more f1 shows around the world for mclaren..after he's out for F1 for GOOD!..HE SHOULDNT COME BACK...

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