F1 » Hamilton: Plenty of work still to do


Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes still has plenty of work to despite his impressive pace on his final pre-season outing ahead of the Australian Grand Prix

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bohooo - Unregistered

March 04, 2013 11:05 AM

@ Richard 'watching the autosport live timing, i think that it showed that lulu got his time a lap before pitting, and just before the end of the session, so he was at the end of his stint. would hardly be carrying surplus fuel'

why do you keep contridicting yourself when someone challenge you on your 'facts', If you do not like lewis stop commentating on stories about him....you seemd obssesed with him

richard

March 04, 2013 11:21 AM

boohoo. funny! nowhere have i contradicted myself. yes occasionally i post an item on what has been publicly displayed, and when this has been incorrect, i do say that.

the facts are the facts, and if it is not in favour of your idol, you just have to live with it.

and no, i am not obsessed with him, but i do respond to those who ARE obsessed with him. lulu is just one of 22 drivers, some of whom are good and some of whom are bad. in lulus case, he seems to have more than his fair share of faults, so naturally there will be more comments about him.
but as another poster has stated, look at the headline when lulu went "fastest" in testing, and then look at the headline when nico and ferdi went faster!

got it yet??

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