F1 » Set-up woes hit Hamilton's Suzuka hopes

Lewis Hamilton admitted that Saturday in Suzuka had been one of the most disappointing qualifying sessions of the year and that Sunday's race would be a struggle.

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lewis fan - Unregistered

October 06, 2012 10:00 AM

Whats up has golden boy button not moaned this week. The race is not over yet he will have something wrong with his tyres as normal. He moans all the time about tyres whether he wins or not

nick - Unregistered

October 06, 2012 10:10 AM

get used to being 9th or worst hamilton cos it will be a regular thing for you next year...look were schumacher and rosburg are now in that piece of junk you will be in next year...what a fool...i bet your kicking your self inside..what have done..hahahahahahahaha

David - Unregistered

October 06, 2012 10:18 AM

All of the above comments are from sad losers who are nothing more than keyboard warriors. Crash.net seems to attract them!

F1 fans really have gone downhill in recent years ... must be the dumbing down!


October 06, 2012 10:45 AM

There you are right . Hoping for a good recovery drive.
For all the negative posters, yes Lewis did appear a little down hearted, but did lay the "set-up" issues at his own feet.
Holding another driver up at the Hairpin, the slowest point on the circuit, maybe, but it appears to be a character of this TIGHT little circuit.

As far as reactions go, Kimi's was a bit lame. What an attitude to have.
We know you did not fall off the track intentionally, but no need to show that level of arrogance and disrespect.
"I don't care about the others".

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