F1 » Hamilton: New approach paying off

Lewis Hamilton: I've scored points at every race, and I'm only eight points off the lead of the championship. That's a really encouraging statistic...

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westy - Unregistered

May 20, 2012 10:04 AM

you cant reli disagree with hammi here, i rekon he is the driver thats changed most into the 2012 season he had no choice but to change his approch and what a bloody good job his done credit where its due he has kept a very clear head not moaned half as much as j.b and looks very confident nice one lewisw hope it payus off at end of season cnt wait for monaco. :)

Lee - Unregistered

May 20, 2012 10:23 AM

I do like the fact 1 person can stress you lot out so much you resort to childish name calling on this page probably coz you have nothing good to say about your beloved (in the words of Taipan) LULU. ha ha

Ptolomy - Unregistered

May 20, 2012 10:31 AM

Lulu. Easy boy. Don't get the big head and dive under someone at the hairpin again this year. You know you cant pass someone like that there. Remember? Trying to dive on the INSIDE of the hairpin and you and Massa ended up stuck together? Oh, and you gave him a puncture and destroyed his race. All because you FORCED an IMPOSSIBLE move. Hopefully your "new approach" includes not diving under people on the inside and forcing them to either give up the position or wreck.

westy - Unregistered

May 20, 2012 10:36 AM

@@ ptolomy you dont have to worry bout him coming together with massa as massa is way off the pace and too far bk to challenge the front runners this year.. alonso is getting the most out that ferrari and reli saving them on his own GET RID OF MASSA!!!

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