F1 » Hamilton insists 'all to play for' in title race


After his Hungarian GP win, Lewis Hamilton insists that, slowly but surely, he can eat into Fernando Alonso's F1 championship lead.

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nonbias - Unregistered

July 30, 2012 10:23 AM

congratulations on equaling Senna's 3 wins hear and great craft and skill shown yesterday in keeping not one but two faster lotus cars at bay yesterday a Stellar drive from Mclarens best driver.

Neutral Racer - Unregistered

July 30, 2012 11:20 AM

Fantastic weekend Lewis but not sure how many would agree the team is doing such a 'fantastic job'. Lucky escape not to join your team mate on 'Plan B' yesterday.

re. the title race. Consistency, and a car that works well in all conditions will be key because it seems so many variables can change the pecking order on any weekend. Had it been cooler or wetter in Hungary, Ferrari or Red Bull might well have been up front instead of McLaren and Lotus.

blublz

July 30, 2012 11:32 AM

Only if McLaren race as a team, the equal number one driver tactic has seen them finish behind Red Bull for the last two years and this year they are in the same position, so in a way it does depend on McLarens leadership, both drivers arent going to win the title and leaving a decision until one of them is mathematically out of it will be too late.

nonbias - Unregistered

July 30, 2012 12:06 PM

Only if McLaren race as a team, the equal number one driver tactic has seen them finish behind Red Bull for the last two years and this year they are in the same position, so in a way it does depend on McLarens leadership, both drivers arent going to win the title and leaving a decision until one of them is mathematically out of it will be too late.


The Red Bull finished in front of Mclaren because of superior cars over the last two years more than team orders . Ferrari has gone with team orders and not even a WDC let alone a WCC in the last two years with the front driver being on 30m

blublz

July 30, 2012 12:15 PM

Your right nonbias (really!), Ferrari hasnt won a title for a while, how long do you think it will take jb to catch lewis, then how long for him to then catch alonso, assuming lewis will just toe the line on that one, or how long will it take lewis to catch both red bull drivers and alonso, also aasuming that jb will just let lh win

EnRiCo47

July 30, 2012 2:30 PM
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Hamilton, Webber, Vettel,Iceman can really deny Alonso the title ,by the fact that they are all very good, within 8 points of each other and if they prevent Alonso a podio for several races , if one of them get multiple wins, ...it would be very good.

adjier - Unregistered

July 30, 2012 3:01 PM

@EnRiCo46 -.,

butt,webber and wettel is still joined one with another in team,.so till now,no clearwater no.1.,.,both simply go on cutting each other's parts in points.

Half seasoning now over,.all teams i request now to force announcing clearwater no.1 driver,whose behinds can be stuck full force by team's thrust.,.,merci.,

adjier - Unregistered

July 30, 2012 3:06 PM

Then, is now going be first chance for many times, winner of australiyan race not to become world leader?

now after half seasoning, anypeople can press centre point extra pressure for more hard win points?.,.,merci.,

David Chaste - Unregistered

July 30, 2012 3:53 PM

Red Bull had a dominant car last season, but they also had a #2 driver.

It was only because of Vettel that the Red Bull seemed so dominant the last 2 years. If it wasn't because of him, most people would have thought the red bull is the 2nd or 3rd best car.

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