F1 » Bahrain Grand Prix 2013: Hamilton keen to build

Lewis Hamilton hopes to build on his two podiums to date as F1 heads for Bahrain

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tdog - Unregistered

April 18, 2013 3:00 PM


Thanks for the heads up. Actually I don't mind the occassional blind admiration for some drivers that fans have but to disparage one driver to make an opinion to support their favorite driver is bordering on ignorance. I say give credit where credit is due. Unless, of course, a driver intentionally tries to ruin another driver's race or qualifying or worse case scenario, crash into them with intent to harm, we should be allowed to call this driver whatever we want.

Hamilton and Jenson seems to get the brunt of most of the hate in most f1 forums nowadays. Although, Vettel has been in the hot seat lately because of Malaysia, lol.

fish fingers - Unregistered

April 18, 2013 7:45 PM

I had what I thought was a good idea to increase tyre performance/longetivity so checked the FIA regs, then emailed Merc about it, no reply, I guess they get 1000s of emails like this

IanM - Unregistered

April 18, 2013 9:34 PM

Hamilton definitely looking to be sunny side up at Mercedes with Uncle Ross and Co and engaging well within the team and its engineers. Others beware his campaign could grow wings and he could be the unstoppable force this year.
Petulance from the McLaren years seems to have disappeared at a stroke and the racer has emerged again.
Which is nice.

fish fingers - Unregistered

April 18, 2013 9:46 PM

Lets see if Merc can lose the gap this year rather than fade away like they normally do. Lauda is a bit of a loose cannon, so Toto Wolff is the man who needs to keep the wheels on the wagon.. ps personally think he enjoys the limelight/giving interviews a bit too much

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