F1 » Hamilton: I want to be seen as a great

Lewis Hamilton: Ultimately, I want to achieve greatness. I want to prove my abilities year after year

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March 10, 2013 11:48 AM

Ted Kravitz described the Mercedes driver lineup as the strongest pairing on the grid. Hamilton has been part of the (perceived) strongest lineup in all but two seasons of his F1 career in which he and the team missed out on championships. Perhaps he needs a weaker team mate to fully blossom into a 'great'.


March 10, 2013 11:58 AM

Generally those who seek greatness miss out. Greatness is not only about what you do but also how you do it.

Time will decide whether Hamilton achieves his ambition. In the meantime he should focus on the job at hand and try to be a little more humble.

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March 10, 2013 12:01 PM

Fast as he is, he has a huge amount to do to become a great. A great is somebody who encompasses all that is nesscessary to do their job. Hamilton falls down on too many counts at the moment, but he has time on his side and with some sensible guidence and straight talking together with a strong team I'm sure he can win another championship or two. A Michael Schumacher, Ayton Senna he is not, hopefully he will grasp that fact before too long.


March 10, 2013 12:19 PM

fernandabulous. sorry to disappoint you, but all the commentators in the know, say that rbr have the strongest line up!

as regards lulu being one of the greats? surely lulu knows that it is others who will judge him and maybe being more modest would be a start. there are very few greats (if any) who have set out claiming that they want to be considered a great. a great is created by actions and deeds, so lulu has not started too well, has he?

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