F1 » Lucky Q1 escape for spinning Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton was one of the first drivers to fall foul of atrocious conditions in Q1, but he was lucky to escape to resume qualifying another day.

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Pole Position - Unregistered

March 16, 2013 9:41 PM

@ Pippi De Kok You're right about one thing. Hamilton and Rosberg are not in the same class. Hamilton has 21 wins and 49 podiums in his f1 career. Rosberg on the other hand has 1 win and 7 podiums in his. Boy, that's a really big difference.

jim crint - Unregistered

March 16, 2013 10:35 PM

@pole position - "Hamilton has 21 wins and 49 podiums in his f1 career. Rosberg on the other hand has 1 win and 7 podiums in his. Boy, that's a really big difference".

Well, that shows how little you know about this sport right there. Hamilton was groomed by McLaren and shoe-horned info the best car on the grid for the first two years of his F1 career. He then had a car in 2010 in which he should have won another title (if he's as good as you keep saying he is) and he had a car capable of winning races for the last two years. Romberg, until one race last year, never had a car remotely capable of winning races. Somebody needs to sit you down and explain how this works, you're making a twit of yourself!

Pole Position - Unregistered

March 17, 2013 1:03 AM

@ jim crint It looks like I've gotten under your skin. You've resorted to name calling I see. lol Believe me I know exactly what I'me talking about. I know the circumstances surrounding both Lewis's and Nico's careers. Hamilton and Rosberg are my two favorite drivers on the grid. I was just stating facts because that's the way most drivers are judged. By statistics and what they've done in there careers. And another thing I won't call u a twit because that's not my style. And here's breaking news Hamilton just out qualified Rosberg in Australia. Have a nice evening.

Horner loes lulu - Unregistered

March 17, 2013 1:51 AM

Hmmmm, seems that the driver who finished above a 2xwdc as rookie and then went on to beat the 2009 wdc in the same car twice is at it again. Nico Rosberg argubaly the best German in F1 the conqueror of the most successful f1 driver ever is becoming a familiar stat at the hands of wonderboy, Nico who i rate highly will find a focused Lewis a bridge to far and must realise that in equal cars not even the great Jim Clark could touch Lewis.

One thing the haters on this thread no nothing about raw talent even though it has been on display from 2007.

So it seems Lewis the great has out qualified another driver who has been driving in that particular team longer than Hertfordshire boy

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