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Lewis Hamilton says he isn't rushing to decide his future beyond the current F1 season

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benignlyindifferent - Unregistered

June 08, 2012 10:40 AM

Neale's comments yesterday, and Hamilton's comment today, suggest that the negotiations have in fact begun, and that Lewis would stay only if the price is right, while McLaren are not prepared to open the vault just yet.
It will be interesting, as Lewis can almost certainly secure a top ride elsewhere, provided he continue to drive as he is this year, and McLaren can almost certainly hire either a top experienced racer or one of the young guns. I think Hamilton's future is wide open and, with Massa's probable departure, the silly season will be very interesting this year.

Salan - Unregistered

June 08, 2012 1:23 PM

Brilliant strategy, for those who think if he leaves it late or too late he won't have a drive in F1 think again. I reckon he can leave it tell the 11th hour and he would only increase his value throughout the entire F1 teams. It will also put that much more pressure on McLaren to get their act together if they want to retain his services and the McLaren management may find themselves looking for a new contract elsewhere before Lewis makes his move if they keep making these errors. So I for one say leave tell the end of the year then he can negotiate from a stronger position.


June 08, 2012 2:01 PM

Did Craig Slater from Sky F1 REALLY have to ingratiate himself with Lulu by using a Senna reference.
Am I the only person wondering why Craig Slater is employed as part of the Sky F1 team, all I have seen him do is smoozzzzz!!!

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