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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Wooooooooooow - Unregistered

March 10, 2013 6:39 PM

A Hater is a loser who simply cannot be happy for another person's success. So rather than be happy they make a point of exposing a flaw in that person.

The majority of the time a HATER has zero talent and skill, and is someone nobody cares about. This causes jealousy, envy, animosity, bitterness, resentment, and contempt in the HATER so they have to trash talk to feel better about their pathetic life.

John - Unregistered

March 10, 2013 6:48 PM

"A Hater is a loser who simply cannot be happy for another person's success."

You're saying that Hamilton is a Hater because he cannot be happy with Vettels success .. or even acknowledge it?

I wouldn't go THAT far - I'd say that Hamilton spends too much time in a fantasy world where people tell him how "great" he is, and ends up being detached from the real world.

Jim Clausen

March 10, 2013 7:00 PM

If greatness is determined by ego, Hamilton is already a great one.

I was excited when Hamilton came to F1. His first year performance was nothing less than breathtaking. His comments and actions since have left me no doubt, he's a spoiled brat who never grew up. It takes a lot more than talent in the cockpit to become a great. And Hamilton is severely lacking.

Tealeaf - Unregistered

March 10, 2013 7:09 PM

@ Sutil is back

Unfortunately you're wrong, Redbull hasn't always had the fastest or best car, last year they started the year behind Mclaren, Lotus and Mercedes and even throughout the year overall they were behind Mclaren, also in 2009 the Brawn was so much faster for a significant amount of the season, also the Redbull has noy been fast enough on high speed tracks and you can tell because apart from 2011 they have been nowhere at Monza. Also their reliabilty is miles worse than Ferrari and even worse than Mclaren, I mean how many times has gremlins stopoed Vettel from winning? Examples are Bahrain 2010, Korea 2010 or Valencia 2011, the point is Vettel has flattered Redbull and they would be in the dumps if he left for Ferrari, but the problem is Fernando has veetoed the move which doesn't surprise me as Seb would blow Alonslo to early retirement, even Horner knows whos best otherwise he would have signed Shamilton without a second thought.

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