F1 » Hamilton sees off Lotus for Hungaroring victory


Lewis Hamilton wins in Hungary to bring himself right back into contention in the F1 title race

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sam - Unregistered

July 29, 2012 10:41 PM

tom if mclaren was monster of car would not button be doing better to? last year apart from skgp bull cars were on pole every race and 1 2 often. and in 7 of 19 races weber had fastest lap. in 11 races this year 8 diffrent drivers with fastest lap and 7 diff drivers with pole or 8 if you count schumacher. so cant say mclaren is monster car, not way bull was last year or brawn in first part of button wcd season

John55 - Unregistered

July 29, 2012 11:16 PM

How do you want him to win ??? He BEAT Alonso..Vettel & Kimi.They did not even get close enough to overtake. As for Alonso..Have you all forgot how bad he was in teams before Renoult etc. ALL drivers regard Lewis as t6he mann to beat..so who are we to argue.

Thomas - Unregistered

July 29, 2012 11:37 PM

To the guy who repied to my comment. Did you even watch the race, or even the live timming? The Lotus's were quicker than the Mclaren's pretty much the entire race.

Times don't lie, its just you don't seem to want to accept it.

jose - Unregistered

July 29, 2012 11:48 PM

When Lewis is suspenseful we always get some posts that are really entertaining, some incredible.
Lewis was just quick enough to not allow anyone to
get close enough to launch an attack. He Never had to defend his position. He was in complete control
Grosjean will be a force to be dealt with.
The boy is really quick. Methinks the Devil in
Red may come calling and that is not necessarily
a good thing..

Jose

Spike - Unregistered

July 30, 2012 2:02 AM

"Time for Mclaren to put everything behind Lewis if they want a realistic shot at the championship.
Sorry Jenson, but you are the best part of 4 wins behind Alonso, and its not going to happen this year."

Posted by Nick

So you and all the McLaren fans are advocating team orders then?

MT Motorsport - Unregistered

July 30, 2012 5:35 AM

@john55

Are you talking about the same Fernando Alonso that won 2 wdc with Renault??. 23 points finishes in a row isn't a bad record in a car which, at times, has been well off the pace so he really is the man that others have to beat on a consistant basis. Anyway, this story is about Lewis winning and as I have said before, good on him.

EnRiCo47

July 30, 2012 6:02 AM
Last Edited 784 days ago

Hamilton was good.

@@ Adjier

with all due respect to @@Bomg keep practising your english the way you do, never hide , learn from other humans,not machines,

Google is good more as a spell check.

I tried Google translate a few times out of curiosity from Italian to English and vice versa and often the sentence did not make sense,and i knew it , but if you dont you would use it.

Even the translation in google news often is very bad.

Ciao Enrico.

bob - Unregistered

July 30, 2012 8:05 AM

To all Hamilton fanboys

Congrats to Lewis, he won with a faultless drive and did well to get pole.

But please, don't be so blind and foolish to believe that Hamilton held off the Lotus's because of his superior speed or skill. The reason he was able to hold onto first place was down to the track and that's it!

This is an appalling track for overtaking unless it's wet. Apart from Alonso on Perez (with completely shot tires and a mistake) there was NOT ONE competitive overtake in the bloody race!

As soon as a driver got to around 0.5ish behind another, they hit a brick wall. Happened all day.

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