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 11:06 PM
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I'm a student, looking for a job and trying to find a flat and this guy is complaining about how after some tough races he feels like quitting Formula 1... MAN UP!

I would do anything to have a chance at what he is doing and he moans about it. He really has no idea about real life, it's hard to find respect for this guy at times.


September 20, 2012 12:23 AM


Hey, how about 'you find it difficult to respect this guy at any time'?

Turmoils in life are respective to where you are in life. You know, all those musicians and actors that are lucky enough to be where they are and still struggle to cope...

Btw what does that '48' in the name signify? Thought you were either 48 or born in '48.


September 20, 2012 1:16 AM

@Taipan, @Chris

Panny 'the unfunny', Lol, Rofl, Lmfao... those abvs' don't do your statements any justice, do they?

Chrissy boy, stinks in there, doesn't it? All you have to do is just pull your head out of it, gently, and it will all be ok.

shaken - Unregistered

September 20, 2012 3:25 AM

If he had stuck with Daddy instead of falling out with him, he could be the worlds greatest racing driver and sports man right now. Daddy knows best

mk - Unregistered

September 20, 2012 4:05 AM

I'd love to see Hamilton have a season or two in a bad car, then he might learn how lucky he is. And the only man comparable to Senna at this current time is Fernando Alonso, and if he wins the title I think it will be one of the greatest wins in history, he has no right to be where he is at the top by 38 points in that awful car.

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