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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richard

October 22, 2012 4:10 PM

me. do you understand the english language. nowhere did i express any hate for lulu. in fact, you have been the only one to mention the word. thankfully, i have no hate for anyone on this planet. (its the way that i was brought up). and as for my ambition in life? well, my life has been so full that i do not have any ambition that i have not already fulfilled.

now, what is your ambition?

107SS2009

October 22, 2012 4:34 PM

Hello Jose, I see you have changed from bad to dog, hope Jackson is not that bad.
Looks like am getting very popular with you.
Ps, Taipan will be back this weekend, so better for Lulu to speak his hear out!! before the weekend and it will also save you a lot of defending.

silent observer - Unregistered

October 22, 2012 5:58 PM

lol @ some of the posters here. You just don't get it, do you?? You probably never will. It's not the driver that is personally disliked, it's his cringe-worthy and constant harping on and looking for praise, plus the regular declarations by some of his fans that he is the most epic, greatest driver of all time...despite having only one WDC to show for it! That's what is disliked or 'hated'. Simples!

LOL

richard

October 22, 2012 6:07 PM

jayne and so. well said! if i had pointed that out, i would have been subjected to even more abuse. these same "fans" are the very ones who post hate comments on the likes of button, ferdi and seb etc. it is possible to be a fan of f1 without being myopic about one driver. it seems odd that grown adults can be so susceptible to idolatry!

silent observer - Unregistered

October 22, 2012 6:13 PM

The irony of all ironies is that Lewis is ACTUALLY not too far from becoming the complete F1 driver, as he only needs to make a couple of adjustments such as his on-track decision-making and racecraft. With limited testing these days, technical feedback to the engineers is not as vital as it used to be, so he and some of the others can get away with that. His natural raw speed and consistent race pace is already there. And yes...he needs to cut out the constant need to seek acceptance and acknowledgement as a good fast driver. He has more than proved that over the years.

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