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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October 22, 2012 10:32 PM

Taipan...Welcome back and good evening.
Isn't it typical that the fanboys keep clinging onto the conspiracy theory when we all know Lulu c**cks up all by himself!
His arrogance and ego lurches from one bad decision to another.
Poor Mercedes must know that they have signed a driver who wouldn't have joined them if ferrari had dropped even the slightest hint that a drive might be on the cards in 2014. Saying that why would ferrari want Lulu when Vettel may be available or will Lulu try and kiss Horner's butt for 2015?!!!!

NKT!!! - Unregistered

October 22, 2012 10:35 PM

I fail to see how anyone can argue with these facts. Lewis has lost alot of points through no fault of his own, and has for the most part driven very well. Mclaren should be blamed here. At the top of my head I can point to botched pit stops in various races costing him positions, Lewis being sent to the back of the grid from pole position in Spain, him retiring from the lead with a gear box failure, suspension failures in the last 2 races. Plus two DNFs from crashes in which he was blameless. And after all that he is still ahead of his teammate?!? Wake up and smell the coffee people. Anyone with any sense of objectivity would clearly know who is the better driver and give credit where it's due. Some lot here is deluded and in denial.


October 22, 2012 10:44 PM

Evening Jayne, I would imagine Lulu has his crayons out at this very moment writing a CV to nice Mr Horner asking for a drive in 2014. Something like this...

Deer Mr Horner

I is a very epic driver and I is a teem plaer honest. I didnt meen it when i sad Red Bill was jst a drinks company I finks you is really sort of good and with me on bored you wld be like much better and stuf.

Ps, can I ceep my trofies and brand rites?



Quade - Unregistered

October 22, 2012 10:44 PM


I would feel really childish and weird if all I did in life was hunt down all Vettel or Alonso articles on the net, just to say hateful things as many do against Lewis. Such an attitude points to jealousy or something darker. For some, it is outright racism, for others, its just a fad, whatever it is, it is negative.

Regardless of how haters feel. Lewis will continue to attract the Rowan Atkinsons, Rihanna's and of course, the "Nicoles." Lewis will continue to be one of the greatest F1 drivers ever (if not the greatest in due time) regardless of the bile strewn in his path by some in the UK. We never love our own anyway and are known for tearing them down, while the World watches in utter disbelief.


October 22, 2012 10:47 PM

NKT, people dont want to blame Mclaren they wont blame Lewis Hamilton because he wears two earrings and wants to be a rapper they do not judge him on what he does on the track but what he does off it.

And why are Red Bull able to bring Vettel in to contention in a race when he qualifies poorly but when the Mclaren pair have bad Qualifying Mclaren cant do the same?

Quade - Unregistered

October 22, 2012 10:48 PM

It must be a really sad existence when all that has "meaning" involves fanatically hunting Lewis down all over the internet to sling faeces and mud!
Dude doesn't even know you exist, but strange things happen!


October 22, 2012 10:57 PM

RGB you and Quade should get a room just think of the fun you could have...

Quade, congrats, first fanboy on the thread to mention racisim always sign of desperation. I'll give you a tip racisim retates to the intolerance of people of another race it has nothing to do with the intolerance of stupidity!

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