F1 » McLaren: No plan B over Hamilton

Martin Whitmarsh says there is no plan B if Lewis Hamilton decides to quit McLaren

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rihhana - Unregistered

September 12, 2012 11:30 AM

nick and your buddies.

if mclaren got so many talented drivers than lew waiting to be signed why are they worried about?they should just stop negotiating now and SAY BYE LEWIS. BUT THEY ARE NOT. there is your answer.hamilton is the one that will decide dudes....he got all the power. hate that!!!!!lol!!!


Liam48 - Unregistered

September 12, 2012 12:26 PM

@Jay is a classic case of a fanboy. He see's that so may people want to see Hamilton go somewhere else and don't like his attitude so he starts getting personal, once someone starts doing that, they've lost the battle, it's very sad.

I wish he would hurry up and sign somewhere so this whole saga will be over it's getting very boring now.

He isn't the best McLaren have ever had or will be, he needs McLaren much more than they need him, they'll still have Button who can win races and of course a younger talent too if he leaves.

Jay - Unregistered

September 12, 2012 12:44 PM


The question is simple

Those who have won for McLaren step forward

Those who have flopped for McLaren step forward

I would say it again, McLaren should grow a pair and give him what he wants or say NO and give his seat to Narin

insideline - Unregistered

September 12, 2012 12:53 PM

liam48 Totally right.
I just wrote Martin and Ron again to tell them to sign DiResta or Kimi asap, and close the door on Hamfisted now. Di Resta will be cheaper, but very fast.
After all, if Ham is really going to Merc next year, they don't want him wandering around the factory looking at all the new stuff for next year's car, now do they?, Especially since Ham just loves to Tweet team information on the internet.
I guess Ham's mechanics will make sure little things go wrong with his car during the next races. They don't want a traitor to win the title and then run off with the No1

Liam48 - Unregistered

September 12, 2012 12:58 PM


I wouldn't even put Hamilton in the same league as Senna, Prost & Lauda they were pure class while Hamilton isn't.

You're basing those facts on having won championships.

How can you call Raikkonen, Button & Coulthard flops at McLaren also Alonso?

Raikkonen should have two championships with McLaren bit reliability let him down and I won't even go into detail how McLaren lost the championship for Alonso.

Button has done what everyone expected him not to do and that was beat Hamilton, he has outclassed him many times over the past 2.5 years while Coulthard has scored over 50 podiums with McLaren.

I've seen some bad fanboys in my life but you're near the top. Hamilton is as great as Senna, Prost etc... DON'T MAKE ME LAUGH!

insideline - Unregistered

September 12, 2012 1:08 PM

Mate you are wasting your time.
Obviously Jay is new to the sport, he, or more likely she, posted that Hamilton might go to Skoda or Seat next year. Not to clued up in F1.
It really is better to just completely ignore these people and post comments between ourselves.
We know who the crack heads are so we can easily avoid them

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