F1 » Defiant Hamilton vows 'I'll never give up!'


Lewis Hamilton has vowed to do all he can to salvage some points from the back of the grid in the Spanish Grand Prix.

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ghog

May 13, 2012 12:17 PM
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(sorry was not logged in on my previous post)

Im against the FIA & Officals on this one, if this ruling was applied to my favorite drivers/teams I would be Fuming.

Anyone got the FIA email address? We should all give them (intelligent)stick.

Marques0008 - Unregistered

May 13, 2012 3:05 PM

I have read the Lewis haters expressing their views and somehow blaming Lewis. He did his job and drove like very well. Not his fault. He finished well today coming from last. I hope he wins the championship this year! He has shown patience and control while driving at a top notch level. I wonder if there will ever be a pre race program that does not show Bernie being buddy buddy with the Red Bull team? Hmmmm.... the plot thickens.

richard

May 13, 2012 3:32 PM

marquess, i fully agree that lulu did a good job coming from the back, though assisted by a number of retirements and also the three much slower teams. to finish around tenth would not have been impossible for any of the top drivers.
however your comment about bernie and red bull has absolutely no relevance to any penalty that mclaren received.

arcuid

May 13, 2012 3:47 PM

Good recovery from Lewis who managed to salvage some points from a disaster of a weekend. However this effort will probably be still be belittled by some of the more hardened Hamilton critics.

Marques Rane - Unregistered

May 13, 2012 11:42 PM

@richard. I was not stating that Bernie had any play in the penalty, but htat he is always seen in deep discussions with the Red Bull team. Last year when Vettel retired from a race due to a puncture, Bernie was so consoling, to the point of how dare Vettel be retired from a race. I have not seen him in deep discussion with other leading teams in the same manner. Obviously he favors Red Bull. Fine as long as there are no underhanded deals. Make sense?

fish fingers - Unregistered

May 14, 2012 10:51 AM

u have to wonder if people are pulling the strings throughout the FIA to make sure its a close season. The rules are made up as they go along. Then again the team screw up all the time, it would be interesting to work out how many points have been lost so far due to errors.

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