F1 » Hamilton says father’s advice kept him going

Lewis Hamilton says advice from his father has helped him to keep his career on track

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September 19, 2012 9:00 PM
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Oh Dear Lord.
What next Crash? An article about Lulu's favorite Colours, how he feels sad in the winter, how he likes to walk in the forest and see the birds etc.
Save it for Oprah.

tom cat - Unregistered

September 19, 2012 9:35 PM

many drivers,riders,ect have problems some real every day people have REAL problems, losing your job,two kids and a wife to look after ,maybe a chance of losing your house,these ARE real problems,so when i read this story about tough times i though get in the real world and man up and count your millions of pounds and be greatful of what you have and get on with doing what you get paid for


September 19, 2012 9:58 PM

Tom, In fairness to Lulu he's had it really tough, Financed by McLaren since he was 13, given a race winning car ever year of his F1 career, gets paid in the millions and he's had the best car reliability of any F1 driver in history. I'm amazed that he's put up with all that crap it must really wear him down.

These nurses and soldiers we keep hearing about just don't know how lucky they are!


September 19, 2012 11:06 PM

Yes Jose I could do better than that but your recent threat of legal action against anyone who talks bad of Lulu has really shaken me, I'm super scared, probably wont sleep again tonight.
Do you believe me?
Why don't you get Jose Junior on here to explain the law to me? Now that could be funny, confused he really would be!

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