F1 » Hamilton-di Resta split heads for court

Anthony Hamilton has filed court papers following his management split with Paul di Resta, as details of the break-up come to light.

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Chuck - Unregistered

July 31, 2012 9:50 AM

Anthony Hamilton better make the most of whatever he thinks he can get out of Paul, because after this, I doubt any drivers will be looking to hire him again. Unless... Lewis will take him back... LOL

Dylan - Unregistered

July 31, 2012 10:29 AM

From where does this all di Resta hype come from? it makes my head spin 'rolleyes:' Hulkenberg is clealy faster than him (sorry fanboys) and linking him to Ferrari???!!! Come on guys! Please be more realistic if he doesn't lose his seat in FI is a great thing for 2013. We know Mercedes has an engine deal with FI to run him but that was linked to DTM not for what he achieved in F1! Back on topic not being linked to Hamilton senior won't make things easier for him in F1 I think he should had waited this season end before ditching him.

jose - Unregistered

July 31, 2012 10:48 AM

@Dylan you got a point there but di Resta isn't slow he has talent he may not as fast as him teammate and some other drivers in F1 but he deserves to be in F1. Surely not having Hamilton senior in his side for his next season contract talks he lost some political bargain in F1 and I worry he might end up without a seat for next season.

Chuck - Unregistered

July 31, 2012 11:24 AM

Well, well, well... Anthony appears to have a lot of fans here. But, he seems to have a hard time getting or keeping clients... and, that is just a fact in this life. No joke! So, there you go Anthony Hamilton fans!

Neutral Racer - Unregistered

July 31, 2012 11:39 AM

Paul must firmly believe that A Ham was intentionally trying to deceive him and this was not an honest over-valuation. For A Ham's own personal gain?

You don't just dump your manager cold like that unless you've lost all faith and trust in him. Was it just this one incident - or was there more stuff leading up to it?

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