F1 » Hamilton: More to extract from Mercedes


Happy with his result in Australia, Lewis Hamilton is confident that he can improve Mercedes' W04 in Malaysia this weekend.

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markfrankhamf1

March 23, 2013 11:56 AM
Last Edited 543 days ago

Richard. ..I've always said Gilles (be it to myself) was a great exciting driver to watch. .I didn't need pundits to tell me otherwise.

As for the Lewis continually breaking the drivers code of decency is utter rubbish. Had Lewis been about in the 80's and 90's folks wouldn't of battered an eyelid.

The likes of Villeneuve, Senna and Schumacher, weren't shackled by the of the laws of today. .If these greats were driving today, they too wld be getting vilified on crash. net

FIA have actually nullified and stamped out what is perceived by the overwhelming majority of fans exciting racing. ..what have we got today. drivers having to mince around the track saving there tyres for Gwad sakes! picking up arm fulls wdc's in the process..surely f1 shouldn't be about tyre preservation and fuel economy.

The lying came from Dennis. .Lewis's Christian beliefs got the better of him.

Who hasn't lied in . .look at the ex Renault boss. .He got his number 2 driver to bring out a safety so

richard

March 23, 2013 2:13 PM

marketc. funny, i was replying to rgt, and you replied. hmmmmm.

anyway, what is past is past, and you cannot compare lulu to what went on in the past, only what goes on at present!

you say that lulus christian beliefs got the better of him? well, telling lies is not very christian,even if he relented only when he was told to do so! religion has nothing to do with f1, but if you have strong morals, you wont lie.

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