F1 » Hamilton: I’ve proved a point


Lewis Hamilton says he feels he proved a point with victory in Texas

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bob - Unregistered

November 21, 2012 12:36 PM

@Judge

"...I really don't care if Lewis wins a race next year what I do know Button will not be leading Mclaren to victory, he may win the odd race but that is it..."

Ummm...right.

As opposed to Hamilton who has lead McLaren where in the last 3 years?

oligarch - Unregistered

November 21, 2012 12:43 PM

Richard for you to talk of Jensen's consistency are you talking this year or last? If you are talking about his consistency last year what relevance does it have to him being beaten by Lewis this year?

Bob, Jensen has also been with Macca in those three years you are talking about, guess he shares the prize for not winning along with Lewis then?

richard

November 21, 2012 1:04 PM

judge. i have no hatred for any driver, but if you look at the time when button and lulu were together at macca, the figures do not lie! buttons consistency has him level with lulu.

oli. lulu may have beaten button this year, but button beat lulu last year, by a longer way than the situation this year!

oligarch - Unregistered

November 21, 2012 1:17 PM

will it make button feel any better with his performance this season to talk about 2011? the season is not yet over though. wishing them both a good result to cap the year off.

somehow i don't buy you not hating any driver when all your comments appear whenever there is a story regarding Lewis. you are not alone with regards to this though.

Judge Dread - Unregistered

November 21, 2012 1:36 PM

Richard, the points tally never tells the whole story, Lewis had too many self inflicted points losses last yeat to compare, and as for this year he has lost 75 points when leading and more with the pit stop bebacles, he has also been taken out twice and I am not including those points buitton has had one taken out and one car failure, Lewis would have at least one hundred points more than button were it not for those operational issues so you see the poits tally really does not tell the whole story

mercury - Unregistered

November 21, 2012 2:05 PM

just to say well done Lewis always when Lewis is gunning makes the race worth watching all the way through otherwise sometimes it can get a bit boring thank goodnrss we did not have to put up with that one finger from Vettel that really is monotonous

richard

November 21, 2012 2:36 PM

judge. you are also forgetting that button also had his share of problems!
at the end of the day, it is the points and results that are important, not the "what ifs"!

and as for lulus position in wdc this year, yes, he had his problems, but so did seb and ferdi etc

djokerfan - Unregistered

November 21, 2012 2:38 PM

Ham (& everyone following F1) knows Vettel needs to guard his Championship Position whereas Ham has NOTHING To LOSE if the cars touch or crash-out! Vettel can't afford to fight with a hot-headed driver like Ham who is desperate for a win.... Vettel had been defending brilliantly until he got stuck behind the slow moving Force India approaching turn 5 ( which unfortunately is a sector where there's no where for the car to go ...)

Dannyboy614 - Unregistered

November 21, 2012 3:00 PM

First of all if it wasn't for Mclaren disastrous pit stops and reliability they would have crushed the constructors title and Hamilton would have clenched the championship 4 races ago.that's the bottom line.Alonso has proven he can drive a problem car so can Lewis,If its not perfect Vettel and Button will complain Button is Alil more mature about it but you'll hear it from Vettel.As for the championship whoever wins. I'm a Ham.fan but Alonso worked his ass off and Vettel can Thank Mclaren first for giving Hamilton a crappy car and team inconsistency.The only thing consistent in Mclaren is Hamiltons effort he drove the hell outta that car no matter how it showed up on Sunday same goes for Alonso.

BensPies - Unregistered

November 21, 2012 4:19 PM

@Mercury:

I couldn't agree with you more. When Lewis is comfortable and there are others ahead you know there's gonna be a showdown. F-1 would not be as exciting without him.

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