F1 » Dennis: We could have kept Hamilton


Ron Dennis says McLaren could have kept Lewis Hamilton for the 2013 F1 season but it 'wouldn't have been the right thing to do'

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Taipan

January 04, 2013 7:37 PM

Well fanboys we've been telling you for months that McLaren could have kept Lulu but chose not to.

Would you accept that? Oh no. It was Lulu's choice, Lulu's the greatest ever, McLaren couldn't afford his epic talent blah, blah, blah.

Well now you've heard it from your former idol Dennis, McLaren didn't keep him because they didn't want to.

Believe us now? (probably not, deluded fools)

107SS2009

January 04, 2013 7:42 PM

This is the first bombshell of the year.
Right from the horse mouth (Ron Dennis), “the team could have kept hold of Lulu if it wanted to, it's not a case of Lulu choosing to leave, rather mclaren not being willing to offer him the conditions in which to remain with the team”.
I will say it again/repeat, Lulu jumped when he was sure that he was being pushed.
And this is the second bombshell of the year, again right from the horse mouth (DR Helmut Marko), Webber will be the number two to Vettel in 2013.

haha - Unregistered

January 04, 2013 7:47 PM

tealeaf... Ahh here we go again bringing up the one and ONLY statistic that Button beats Hamilton on, the total points over 3 years. Shame championships only run year to year though aint it!

WDC positions Hamilton
Wins Hamilton
Poles Hamilton
Outqualify team mate Hamilton
FACT FACT FACT!!!

In fact Hamilton is the only driver to deliver Mclaren a WDC since MIKA, something Button, Alonso, Raikkonen, Montoya etc COULDNT DO! FACT!!

Now go back to your mums spare bedroom and shut up.

richard

January 04, 2013 7:50 PM

rob. i agree with ty and sunny. and your comment refers to a totally different scenario. in fact, i dont think that ty was posting at the time of spygate.

dennis is saying exactly what a lot of posters have been saying. macca COULD have retained lulu, but just did not want to. the trust etc had entirely broken down.

rob01 - Unregistered

January 04, 2013 8:03 PM

What he is saying is only one side of the story. it may even be true.but not one who is commenting has ever trusted McLaren. Now all the sudden its the gospel. Trusting a man that was fined 100 million for lying and being a twit.

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