F1 » Hamilton: I’ve proved a point

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

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November 21, 2012 4:21 PM

dannyboy. and if it wasnt for webbers maladies, rbr would have wrapped the wcc long ago! but hey, that is all part of racing, it is a team event, like it or not. you just cannot dwell on "what ifs"!

Dannyboy614 - Unregistered

November 21, 2012 4:22 PM

@djoker fan.. what are you talking about it wasn't turn 5 it turn 8,9 and Vettel had the same opportunity and didn't cease the moment. Vettel is only as good as his car.

Tiksop - Unregistered

November 23, 2012 4:29 PM

Hamilton's move is because he thought he was going to push Button into a No 2 spot BUT HE DIDN'T. Let me tell you Lewis, Rosberg will not be such an easy pushover neither.

caesar - Unregistered

November 23, 2012 10:19 PM

Things I've learnt in the few years I've been watching F1

- Lewis Hamilton really is one of the best drivers in F1
- You can't take any of the posters seriously who routinely refer to drivers by names such as "lulu"
- Senna, Alonso, Hamilton etc..not one of them would have been able to do a better job than Sebastian Vettel has done in the Red Bull (yrs 2009-2012) I they themselves were driving the Red Bull
- Lewis Hamilton is definately a quicker driver than Jenson Button, but that doesn't necessarily make him better
- I've come around to seeing Fernando Alonso as (almost) a complete driver, but only because of the heriocs he's performed this year
- Sebastian Vettel has proved he's currently the best (it's a team effort)
- If Mclaren don't have a clear number 1 driver next season (i.e. JB) they'll achieve nothing. Lewis Hamilton has mainly been "reborn" in recent races largely due to him being treated as the number 1 driver.

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