F1 » Hamilton to Mercedes, Schumacher to quit?

Lewis Hamilton is poised to switch from McLaren to Mercedes as replacement for Michael Schumacher in 2013, according to the F1 rumour mill.

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wheeltowheel - Unregistered

September 06, 2012 9:38 AM

But Nico may just kick LH's ass, cos in the right car Nico is most assuredly, the real deal.
He has just, momentarily, lost his way on set, like Jens did.
spectrum person Oh dear Oh dear!
Might I enquire what you are smoking at the moment?

spectrum_guy@hotmail.com - Unregistered

September 06, 2012 9:47 AM

Pilsbury what makes you believe that Lewis won't win anything if he joins Mercedes? Can you tell me what tomorrows lottery number is? The main fact is Ross Brawn is working on a new car with so many new rules that's trying to level things with all construction companies

Richard, its on the SKY website it could be a rumour but if the offer is genuine then its either McLaren matches the offer or he leaves

fish fingers - Unregistered

September 06, 2012 9:48 AM

no smoke with fire and plenty of smoke signals around indicating that Whitmarsh is not going to offer Lewis very much to stay, Button is being very Swiss about the whole thing, Lewis himself is said to be furious with the contract offered.
But as someone here pointed out, does Brawn want to deal with someone as vile as Simon Fuller?

Lewis the great - Unregistered

September 06, 2012 9:56 AM

Daily mail has Lewis being offered 60 million for 3years which would eclipse Schumi's wage.

The media is really taking the mickey out of the ordinary f1 fans next they will be telling us that a rookie can beat 2xwdc what do they take us for.

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