F1 » Hamilton rapped for Twitter telemetry leak


Lewis Hamilton has been in hot water with McLaren after posting confidential team telemetry data on a social media site over the weekend - which rival teams are scrambling to examine.

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Puchito - Unregistered

September 04, 2012 5:59 AM

OK. I want to see F1 drivers race, not some want be driver from GP2 or if you has to buy a seat to drive. That why we got drivers like maldonado, or grosjean. How many car grosjean destroy this season compare to Kimi. I do not want to see a driver cry because your teammate is driving better than he is. LH cry cry baby cry....he acting like 2007 with Alonso

Jules - Unregistered

September 04, 2012 6:15 AM

I don't think Lewis Hamilton will renew his contract with McL. Too many things happening with him within the team and I think he is getting uncomfortable in there. JB seems to be saying the right things and would be a better ambassador for McL but certainly not on the same level as Lewis as a racer. Button is too inconsistent, not adaptable and needs a perfect setup all the time whereas, Alonso, Hamilton and Webber can probably drive anything to finish in the top 4-5 regardless of setup.

My bet is Lewis will leave McL just to have a change of scenery. Lotus might drop Grosjean and bring in LH. It seems like a logical thing to do to have Kimi and LH in the same team. It increases the profile of the team, both experienced drivers can push development forward.etc..Lotus will be stupid to keep Grosjean. HOnestly, McL is not much better than Lotus this season. They just need a stronger driver than Grosjean to put the race together, like what Alonso is doing for Ferrari.

NKT! - Unregistered

September 04, 2012 7:40 AM

Guys are blowing this whole thing out of proportion. Yes he made a mistake but I think he thought it was pretty harmless at 1st. Mclaren have gone on to say that it's not much as it is stuff the other teams could come up with on their own and most prolly they already had it. About Hamilton's finances, unless you are his bank manager or something..just quit speculating!

CHE - Unregistered

September 04, 2012 7:54 AM

Haters in full throttle , all the Hamilton haters came out of their grave i wonder where they were at the last Hungaroring Grand prix. If God willing Hamilton will shut their beak at Monza .

Lewis the great - Unregistered

September 04, 2012 8:08 AM

Whitmarsh said its all done and dusted so those calling for Lewis to be suspended,fired or what ever just keep dreaming wondrboy is going nowhere. Did you guy s not read that the new contract talks are nearly at an end with Lewis just sorting out his pr status regards Mclaren and his own marketing.

Anytime Lewis messes up Mclaren will always be there to defend their No1 commodity, so f1 fans get use to F1's most marketable being around for many years.

Obenz - Unregistered

September 04, 2012 8:23 AM

What a complete and utter prat Lewis is!
It shows he is mentally weak as he simply can't cope with being bested by Button.
lewis has been the No 1 driver in any team he's been in as he's usually demolished all his team mates, until Jenson came along and last season used maturity and guile to out perform Lewis across the season.

He's simply not been able to cope with not being the Golden Boy anymore and its done his head in!
I feel sad and sorry for him but feel McLaren should definitely keep him and find a way to handle him as he's got a touch of genius in him. If they can get his head in the right place, he can still win Championships but he'll need a lot of TLC every second of every day to deliver....well worth it though.

wheeltowheel - Unregistered

September 04, 2012 8:48 AM

Taipan I love reading your posts and I am following Ham's Tweets in case he does post his bank details. Oh My God I have not laughed like that for ages. Thankyou.
Clearly Lewis is very immature still. He just does not think before he acts.
Martin and Ron must be thanking their lucky stars that they have a fast, race winning and professional racing driver on the other side of the garage, a certain Mr Jenson Button.
Jenson would never ever do anything so stupid. Jens is a PR dream compared to Ham's PR nightmare.
Ham is fast but he is a loose cannon on the deck.
If it was my decision I'd be letting him go and sign up Paul DiResta.
Mind you Mercedes might not want Ham either after this latest f'up.

wheeltowheel - Unregistered

September 04, 2012 10:03 AM
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CHE Haters at full throttle? Really?
Shall I remind you of your post on another topic:
Looks like pure hate to me pal

EDIT by CRASH.NET! Repeating an offensive post is not a good idea!

wheeltowheel - Unregistered

September 04, 2012 11:05 AM

Thank you Mr Moderator you have emphasised my point admirably.
CHE you may wish to take note because your post was poisonous to say the very least.

Just emailed Ron and Martin suggesting it's the end of the line for Hamilton.
Too much is too much.
Time to call Mr DiResta, or maybe Kimi.
Paul will be cheaper, he is fast, and it would never enter his head to do stupid things even once, never mind all the time like Lewis.

Now Mr Button take that McLaren of yours and wring it's bloody neck around Monza. Another crushing Pole and race win please.
Thank you very much.

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