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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Cubikrube

September 03, 2012 12:28 PM

A pretty stupid thing to do by Lewis, is he trying to lose his drive with Macca? I am tempted to put a couple of quid on him joining Merc next year as Bernie seems to have stated somewhere that Schumi is going to quit (not seen it myself).
Really feels like he is burning a few bridges.

Surprised Crash took so long to get this out, pure cannon fodder for the haters lol.

But TBH, there is no excuse and even as a fan i think he's completely screwed up here

saffa - Unregistered

September 03, 2012 12:29 PM


@taipan . Let's have a good laugh mate.
Such unprofessional behavior again thinking about himself before the team. As I said many times before, McLaren need a professional skilled driver not just one with speed. The McLaren baby didn't become a man. Please get one.

Didn't Mclaren and Ferrari get into hot water and fined for a similar information leak. All the signs of someone is not smart.

mrthundersaki - Unregistered

September 03, 2012 12:31 PM

I a big fan of Hamilton's driving skill. But this is amateurish. Like Mr Stoner in GP, great rider / driver, but zero PR nouse. Still, it's interesting to see some telemetry - and makes for some entertaining politics at least :-)

tomcol - Unregistered

September 03, 2012 12:41 PM

No one can convince me that this bloke is anything other than a complete d.head.
Arguably a Vettel or Alonso would also have avoided the crash yesterday. Always seems that Hamilton is involved in these things to me.

elijah

September 03, 2012 12:47 PM

I have to agree with Taz, and instead of imploding when first being screwed over on a high downforce setup followed by his and garages decision to put on the old wing,which only tightened down the screw, Hamilton should go to Williams.

richard

September 03, 2012 12:48 PM

yamaha. you comment about schertzinger was a little off. if someone you were with was involved in a big accident with possible injuries, wouldnt you show a worried face as well?

saffa. lulu also posted details of ride heights as well! but the ferrari/mclaren issue was totally different. a rogue employee of ferrari ,in cahoots with a mclaren employee, conspired to steal the entire technical manual (700 pages, i think) from ferrari, and then mclaren USED this info, knowing it to have been stolen. hence the huge fine!

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