F1 » Hamilton: We can still do it


Lewis Hamilton looking forward to taking the fight to Montreal

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Rashan - Unregistered

June 02, 2012 3:20 AM

Lewis is clearly in his prime, in the media and on track. Its mclaren's responsibility to get the pit crew together, make the right calls with strategy, etc. And he will be successfu, hes a winner he has that it factor and abilty. Any haters cant deny this...

And im not a fanboy just a fan with respect

Bongo - Unregistered

June 02, 2012 9:18 AM

Mcliarna can still do it, without you.

When you leave, close the door behind you. Despite all your 'fan boys' antiks, Ferrari wil not lose Felipe in exchange for your 'talent', at upsetting teams and being a cheat. There are many other SKILLED 'rookies' out there that would be more suited to being in a proper team.

over2u

June 02, 2012 12:35 PM

His pit crew and the team at the factory must be wondering about the state of his mind when one day he's trash talking them and the next saying we can make it ! may be that's the way he was motivated by his dad and now thinks its the way to lead a team ! he'd do well to learn from Button after failing to do so with Alonso.

westy - Unregistered

June 02, 2012 2:22 PM

use lot are so childish with your ya pathetic comments get real people and nigel its not just paul who needs pills i think it the whole lot of ppl who put ridiculus comments boringggggggg..

107SS2009

June 02, 2012 2:25 PM

I happen to agree with o ver2u, does that mean I am entitled to free pills too? And if so, does anybody on Crash Net believe am ever going to trust a mclaren/Lulu fan boy with pills?
Do you blame me Rob?

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