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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differentLeveL

September 16, 2012 10:14 AM

I voted yes driven just by my personal amusement to see him in a different team. Do I think it's a good move for his career? No way unless he leaves them for RBR, all other good teams either wouldn't take him (Ferrari) or aren't simply convincing enough of rising as genuine title contenders in the next couple of years (Lotus and Mercedes).

ZioBuck

September 16, 2012 2:22 PM

Yes go and drive for another team... Then find out how hard f1 can be. Many a top f1 pilot has fallen into the gutter by management decisions paving the way forward. If he has got the balls he could make an f 1 team better and win win... Example Can he do a schumi affect at struggling ferrari ?? I'm not sure . But his head is bigger than normal.

Jayne

September 16, 2012 7:32 PM

Evening Taipan, Richard and all true believers.
Watching what Valentino did this afternoon and the charm, charisma and humility shown was awesome. That's how a world champion behaves!
Lulu will NEVER be able to achieve that status and I for one am SO bored with medias love in with Sham!
And as for who he will drive for, don't care!

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