F1 » Hamilton enjoys Mercedes freedom

Lewis Hamilton admits he is enjoying the freedom he now has at Mercedes after his winter switch from McLaren

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domkEZ - Unregistered

May 07, 2013 1:44 PM

By only looking at his eyes in the picture, you can see a freedom feel, that he takes decisions which he doesnt need to report to and so on. Hopefully Merc can keep it up and give Vettel a race for title.

kiwibob - Unregistered

May 07, 2013 3:05 PM

johnlad why would merc get rid of the driver who is briging home the points strange comment or are u just another hater as any f1 lover just wants to see the best drivers in the world competing and as even the other drivers rate him as one of the best so i know they are better judge than anyone on here


May 07, 2013 3:47 PM

it makes you wonder......... when lulu was with macca, there was a comment from him every other day, many, or most of which , were rather ridiculous or puerile. but once clear of the macca strictures, we hear less from him, and also less contentious utterances. so has lulu finally grown up, or is it all about being in a happier place?
I think that it was just that macca built him up to believe that he was above everybody else, but being with merc he now realises that he is just one of the others.

Firestorm - Unregistered

May 07, 2013 5:22 PM

Unlike Mercedes, McLaren isn't a great car manufacter. They need to commit to their sponsors's deals. So all the team is very busy, very controled. Many drivers weren't happy at McLaren for different reasons. Remember Raikkonen, Montoya, Alonso...but Lewis looks somewhat different, somewhat brighter now.

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