F1 » Alonso backs Hamilton switch


Fernando Alonso backs Lewis Hamilton's decision to quit McLaren at the end of 2013

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Pole Position - Unregistered

October 04, 2012 11:01 PM

@ insideline Please, you need to get a clue. F1 is a business these teams don't care about these drivers. They are easily replaceable. A driver needs to optimize his worth when they have a chance. Drivers don't drive forever. Most drivers time in F1 are very short. Unless you're one of the great ones like Schumacher and those guys don't grow on trees.

jose - Unregistered

October 04, 2012 11:23 PM

Pole Position,
well old man I have to agree with you completely. Very difficult to
get accurate information. Much is tanted by silly personial jive, lies,
half truths and noise. Sounds like someone did try and roll the dice
and came up with short side of the deal..Could McLaren afford to
loose a money maker, and that is just what hamilton is for any team.
To hold a drivers trophes, and limit his earning from his self worth
is at best imorial, simply nuts. Damon Hill could see it, I bet the whold
paddock knew the score..
Thanks, Amigo ..

Old Jose

Mark _

October 04, 2012 11:59 PM

@insideline - given that this is between two brits I am not sure why you fealt the need to insult everyone from the other side of the Atlantic. If you think that RD did everything for Lewis out of the kindness of his heart you are dreaming. As I recall McL had no plan b yet the signed Perez pretty darn quick. Like many other drivers Lewis does not have the personality to fit the McL mold.

Angelina - Unregistered

October 05, 2012 3:04 AM

Tesla
Simply too make himself look better bcoz he was beaten by rookie Hamilton as a teammate in 2007.

Here bcoz one of his competitors will be driving a slow car and hence it would be easier to beat him.

dilly - Unregistered

October 05, 2012 7:28 AM

God almighty!, do people really believe Ron did lewis a favour by sponsoring him through his formative years? It's called INVESTMENT!. He got hot payback in the form of more investing companies and a drivers championship to boot. Hamilton is doing what any working man would do. For the jobless amongst you, what happens in the world of work is that if you are no longer satisfied with your employer, you move on!

insideline - Unregistered

October 05, 2012 9:23 AM

Mark It's easy to spot the US posters. Very poor English, very poor spelling and they are usually Hamfanboys who know very little if anything, about F1. Nuff said!
PoleP You could be on Mastermind, specialist subject, the bleeding obvious!
Of course an F1 driver's career is relatively short. That has absolutely nothing to do with the way he conducts himself and his affairs.
You, together with all the other fanboys on this thread have no idea what I am talking about.
Ignorance is bliss!

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