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

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Taipan

March 12, 2013 11:53 AM

Lorenzo, there lies the difference.
WE post about an F1 driver, YOU post about other posters, worked out why they get deleted yet?

Richard, True, JV's baggy suits seriously annoyed me, maybe Lulu could try that next year...

richard

March 12, 2013 2:49 PM

rob. i would be pretty sure that seb attracts far more sponsors than lulu. after all, what big company would want to be associated with a driver who is a proven liar, cheat, mouth etc?

and by the way, seb has a car named after him, has lulu?

jim crint - Unregistered

March 12, 2013 3:10 PM

@pole position - 'Hamilton bashers'? And there's you posting all over the place nothing but vitriol about Jenson Button!

Lewis seems to attract more attention, more comment, than any other driver, but that's not surprising given the stuff he does (twittergate, etc) and the stuff he says. Apparently he's contemplating building a museum in his owner at the family home when he retires. You take this kind of thing in the media with a pinch of salt, I guess, but which other driver comes out with nonsense like this!

Hamilton is one of the fastest drivers F1 has ever seen but unless he gets his mind right he will turn into the new 'Jacques Villeneuve'.

richard

March 12, 2013 4:18 PM

rob. you are the one who says that lulu draws better dollars than seb. so why dont YOU prove it?

and for your info, macca do not allow personal sponsors, and so far, there has been no evidence that lulu or merc have obtained extra sponsors based on lulu joining merc.

maybe ratner jewellers would be interested?

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