F1 » F1 POLL: Should Lewis Hamilton leave McLaren?

Speculation about Lewis Hamilton and whether or not he will remain with McLaren at the end of this season has been rampant of late. But what decision do you think the 2008 F1 world champion should make? To submit your vote, simply, CLICK HERE...

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shocwave - Unregistered

September 16, 2012 5:30 AM

lewis has a few issues to work out but he will be at maclaren next season . the press has nothing better to wright about so what ever might sell is what they print , its their job to keep the fourm active

shocwave - Unregistered

September 16, 2012 5:42 AM

if we look at all past drivers that were at the top of their game at his age , they were all different to the rest of the pack , so lewis is no diff . look at alonso his ego is hugh and wants to be the only # 1 driver on any team . lewis does not need help from button . his engineers just need to give him what he needs and he will produce tittles for maclaren . he will be with the team next year but on betterb terms . whitmash favors button , but wont get a winner out of him . look at buttons history , he will never be on of the greats


September 16, 2012 7:39 AM
Last Edited 1240 days ago

Back on the subject proper, Stick to posting/using one name, the intentions will be clearer and appreciated a lot more, also that's the proper and expected way to go dialogue on a forum.


September 16, 2012 8:37 AM

Thanks CRASH.NET for putting us all straight on that point.

Lewis Should stay.
Stay at McLaren.
Stay in F1.

He appears to be the biggest story on this site.
He even features in strings not about him, so strong is the emotion he rouses.
Long live King Lewis.


September 16, 2012 8:42 AM

Only reason most people here have selected Yes in the pole is because it would be amusing to watch Mr stroppy pants getting even more stroppy when he joins a team that isn't as good as McLaren, He has literally turned into another Alonso who on the other hand seems to have done some work on his own perception recently
Hamilton should only consider moving if he is going to red bull or Ferrari anything else isnt going to do him any favours. Hamilton is a horrific bad loser and cant make his mind up whether he's a race driver, gangter rapper, or a Beckham wannabe, at least this is how he comes across in the last coupl of year. I am hoping he will come back down to planet earth soon and get back to racing cars. One of my sons is called lewis partly because of Mr Hamilton I hope he can earn the right to have kids named after him whether he is winning or losing.

jose - Unregistered

September 16, 2012 9:56 AM

Crash Police...That he is...Payed well ..Maye not that is the UK..
Silence is the key word. With permission from Richard, Taipan
only with permission....Delete this!!

Badman Jose
Jose the Stupid..
No IQ Jose
The Badman Jose

Get the picture "Sunny Blue" But on the otherhand

jose - Unregistered

September 16, 2012 10:07 AM
Last Edited 1239 days ago

With permission, Please

Yes the dummy is Lewis Hamilton #1 Fan..Always will be.
If he goes or stays, Matters little..
Just funnin Sunny Blue, with your permission..
But 'ontheotherhand' maybe I should ask Richard or Taipan..

That Badman, Jose

Ben Kelly - Unregistered

September 16, 2012 10:12 AM

Agree with Bongo's comment. Simple. Get him out of the sport he's not a sportsman and rants and sulks toooo much. And I CAN spell. Like somebody posted they should have thrown him out after that struggle for the title which he was eventually gifted, in 2008. Kept Fernando and they would STILL be winning championships, Mclirin would be popular as a Brand and Lewis would maybe be the opening batsman in his local cricket team. The mistake has been in management at Mclirin.

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