F1 » Hamilton debut ends in barriers


Lewis Hamilton has escaped unhurt from a crash that curtailed his first run in Mercedes' new W04 at Jerez.

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Dan - Unregistered

February 06, 2013 2:08 PM

@Jenson...
No one is suggesting every post that is negative towards Hamilton should be censored/removed. They are saying that people who come out with the most unreal 'facts' should be.
Also, it seems like there's a lot of Vettel/Red Bull lovers on here (which is fine by the way) but people don't get blocked for disliking him so why would you suggest the same happen to Hamilton fans

Stu - Unregistered

February 06, 2013 2:05 PM

every time they had an in car shot of Schumacer he was always fiddling with the brake balance. I wonder if thats the car or driver and if Lewis ever had to do it in the McLaren

If every comment that doesnt praise Lewis as the greatest of all time must be censored and deleted is your thing, there is always SKY for you.

Is using your common sense and dont buying into the endless and hollow Hamilton hype too much asked for in year 2013 ?

Cubikrube

February 06, 2013 1:38 PM

And Crash, if you are going to delete/adjust people's post to stop the inappropriate comments/baiting then why have you not touched the unregistered Jenson blah blah autosport's one?
Consistency would be nice to see, in fact it would be much appreciated

Believe me, Merc is more concerned about preserving Hamiltons image, or whats left of it. He is what is giving them more publicity in emerging markets and thats what they want out of Formula 1. A brake failure on a F1 car in testing has no negative effect on your image as a car manufactuer at all. As long as Merc can pretend they have the best driver they are happy and they are not willing to displease him by making any noise about his mistakes so soon !

Megalol - Unregistered

February 06, 2013 12:50 PM

@Jenson teamleader?

Did you forget to take you medicine today? Absolute rubbish comment you made.

Mercedes on Twitter: "Update from Jerez... we have traced the problem to the hydraulic brake line connecting to the right-rear caliper.

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