F1 » And now the cracks begin to show.....

Lewis Hamilton has been forced into another Twitter backtrack after posting comments after his team-mate's lack of respect....

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October 08, 2012 8:45 AM


By defending Hamilton's latest actions your looking as silly as your idol, he's clearly immature and has no respect for his peers. Lots of sulking in Japan, it's pretty clear he's not going to win this years WDC and his relationship with the team is poor despite what they all might say in the media.

Sean - Unregistered

October 08, 2012 8:57 AM

... lol ... That's all! ...

Well, I think to those who are not blinkered, fanatical (wanna-be) fan boys ... there is absolutely no surprise here...

Anyone who even tried to defend this, or provide an excuse (laughing my head off at a certain someone saying his account could of been hacked .... hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha) for his actions should be sent to the same "institution" ...

Just too funny ... Lewis provides all the entertainment we need ... loooooonie!


pcxmac - Unregistered

October 08, 2012 9:02 AM

Jenson doesnt follow Lewis...

You can thank Whitmarsh for that one :)

As for Lewis making a mistake, wow, I didnt know he was human !!!! did you guys know Lewis was human??? capable of making mistakes ???? NO WAY !!!! ZOMG, WTF, THE PEOPLE ON TV ARE REAL, WTF ARE WE GONNA DO !!!! Its the end of the world !!!! RUN FOR THE HILLS !!!

AJS - Unregistered

October 08, 2012 9:09 AM

"A closed mouth gathers no foot"

A "cordial" relationship between team mates is a long way from being "friends"

I think the move to Mercedes may be the making of you on a personal level, it's clear your relationship with Mclaren has run its course.

Martin Whitmarsh is upset with you as he un followed you on twitface and you didn't react!

Good luck next year.


October 08, 2012 9:20 AM

Tomcol, One of the fanboys told me a few weeks ago that Lulu "excelled academically" It later transpired that what he actually meant was that Lulu had gone to school, the excelled part was just wishful thinking!

Great fun to see the fanboys defend his latest brain fart. I'm guessing now that he thinks he's clear of McLaren's management the brain farts will just keep coming.

sokudo - Unregistered

October 08, 2012 9:22 AM

Cracks? This little outburst was more like a gaping hole. It's over something so trivial as well, and then it turns out there was nothing to even get insecure about. Seems to me like Hamilton really does feel left out in the cold at McLaren (to be fair to him, they probably are shafting him somewhat. Either that or he's paranoid again) but this episode seems like a lot of pressure on his relationship with the team beginning to tell.

pcxmac - Unregistered

October 08, 2012 9:24 AM

the only peeps defending are the ones in denial about their unhealthy obsession over Lewis Hamilton. The sane people of this world are trying not to grimace too hard at the foul stench that permeates habitual haters.

Jules - Unregistered

October 08, 2012 9:24 AM

Well, it's just a common error many people make so what's the big deal? He apologized and both drivers have made it obvious they don't particularly like each other. I don't think Hamilton is in F1 to make friends so big deal if Button and Hamilton are not best of friends. Neither is Webber and Brat Vettel. Honestly, I would have felt disappointed if I knew a friend 'unfriended' me on FB or twitter:) Would'nt anyone?

However, since Hamilton is such a public figure now, his PR manager should screen all his posts on social media sites to prevent future booboos...what is his management team doing???

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