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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OrangeFerret - Unregistered

September 16, 2012 9:21 PM

Going to Mercedes may be the better option for Lewis in terms of the new engine rules in 2014. So even if he isn't in the title fight next year, it is likely to be one of the cars to beat in 2014.

If Hamilton does move teams I really hope Perez gets his seat otherwise there is a real danger of Di Resta getting the drive and the annoying undeserved hype continuing. If Ferrari takes Perez then Hulkenburg, Kimi and Heikki are surely better options.

Macca - Unregistered

September 17, 2012 2:45 AM

Mclaren always competitive when Lewis Hamilton drives for them, 2013 will be very different without him. Hope he moves to Mercedes, one of the biggest brand in the World, it will be awesome advertisement.

Piercarlogassolini - Unregistered

September 17, 2012 9:31 AM

From a personal point of view I'm not bothered, as y'all know I'm a team fan (Williams) not a driver fan. But I would offer him one observation - McLaren is a F1 team who happen also to be a business. Mercedes is a business which also happens to have a F1 team. We have seen over the years many examples of the latter where they have been here today, gone tomorrow - BMW (more than once), Renault (more than once), Honda, Toyota. No good for LH moving for a big wad next year, Merc deciding to close its F1 thereafter, and LH ending up as what we locally call 'the spare ***** in a johnny factory', is it?

Firestorm - Unregistered

September 17, 2012 10:09 AM

First of all Lewis should make a balance of what McLaren and Mercedes can offer him. It seems certain that Mercedes can offer him more money and the "number one status".But will they be able to give him a car competitive like McLaren can? So Lewis should decide his priorities and then to choose.

dr dick - Unregistered

September 17, 2012 8:49 PM

Who really cares where this twit goes, I think he shoud move to the states and join Jay Z and the boys.
He seems to think he is better than everyone in the F1 community, and lets face it what the hell has he shown us. He lucked out and won the one championship and hasn't done to much since then, I hope he goes to race with Tony Stewart.


September 17, 2012 9:19 PM

Yes, watch what Michael Schumacher (a pretty good barometer for what a car can do) in next year Mercedes, while spending a year with Sir Frank, im not having it that this years Williams is over 100 points worse than the Lotus, Pastor would hopefully start racing more like he did in Spain or Bruno would have to just do more, hopefully while Frank tells him some stories from the old days, before sending him of to go expand his brand on the red carpets on his days off. They've got 25m to spend on the team, if only.

Pole Position - Unregistered

September 17, 2012 9:49 PM

@ lewis who? Obviously u do. Otherwise u wouldn't have made that comment. We have a saying in America "It's called wearing out your welcome" It's time for Lewis to move on. He needs a fresh start.

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