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Anthony Hamilton backs Lewis Hamilton to impress at Mercedes

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richard

November 30, 2012 7:32 PM

love the headline "lulu backed to impress" but then when you read the article, who is backing him to impress? why no other than anthony ,his father.

i would be reasonably sure that vettels father would say similar about seb, butons dad to say the same about jenson, etc etc.

Nathan Adair - Unregistered

December 01, 2012 1:05 AM

he won't be any quicker then Schumacher, Lewis can't design a car he just drives the tyres to a inch of there lives and then gets called senna, will be interesting because Lewis has had a winning car every year at McLaren

Ptolomy - Unregistered

December 01, 2012 7:08 AM

Why is Lulu's dad talking him up? Didn't Lulu discard his father a few years ago?
Also, all I see coming from all of this is Mercedes getting whalloped in the pocket book, and the board members at Mercedes forcing a pullout because when Nico beats the socks off of Lulu in 2013, then Mercedes would be obligated to increase Nicos pay at least to the level that they are paying Lulu. Mercedes cannot and will not be paying TWO drivers 20m apiece to mix it up with Force India and Caterham.

This mess will only serve to run Merceds out of F1.

fred - Unregistered

December 01, 2012 10:09 AM

Of Course he will win a few races next year. For gods sake Button won the championship with essentially this team only 3 years ago and Rosberg won a race this year, Both of those drivers just midfielders and Schumacher way past his sell by date, Hamilton is right on form at present just what Mercedes need.

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