F1 » Hamilton 'driving better than ever'


Lewis Hamilton is looking forward to this weekend's Indian Grand Prix, insisting that recent results don't match his on-track performances.

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jose - Unregistered

October 23, 2012 1:03 PM

Taz,
Me boy is driving better than ever. a given!

'Just googling multiple personality disorder'
No need to Google. Everything you need to know is close at hand..2009.aka Sunny Blue. Taipan, the 'Logic' man, Richard
Mr. nothing,.. The Clan ..All unknowingly contributing to the
Fan base of me boy Lewis Hamilton . I should include the boys
at Crash..Keep on, keeping on baby..
Delete this( )

Hamilton's #1 Fan

Old, Jose

richard

October 23, 2012 1:44 PM

enrico. there is a big difference between self belief and openly praising ones self. self belief does not need words. i am sure that all the drivers in f1 have self belief in their ability, but how many come out and claim they are driving better than ever, yet producing poorer results?

Jasper - Unregistered

October 23, 2012 1:55 PM

enrico. there is a big difference between self belief and openly praising ones self. self belief does not need words.


The name

Muhammed Ali
Jose Mourinho

Self Belief and OPENLY PRAISING ONES SELF

I am the greatest or I am the Special One

indianapolis2007

October 23, 2012 2:04 PM

Weeelll...it is confusing. Just googling multiple personality disorder

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Taz, see jose has come up with a right bunch there. They may not be suffering M/P disorder, more like Lewis Hamilton disorder

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