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Lewis Hamilton warned to regain his focus by former F1 racer John Watson

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richard

June 03, 2013 9:34 PM

slayer(rgt?). that is NOT what you were claiming. as for comparing lulu against a teammate, that is equally ridiculous, as he has only had three teammates, two of whom are required to play the team orders. yes, he may have more poles than any of them, but that means zilch. all the others I mentioned, and many many more have beaten their teammates over one lap quite consistently.

to be honest, I have no real idea what you are trying to say, but lulus record pales into significance compared to Alonso, kimi, seb, etc

slayer - Unregistered

June 03, 2013 9:56 PM

Ok Taz . What I mean is that i am enjoying the fact that their are 5 WDC partaking In f1 at this time and it is a shame Schumey had to retire . For me since 2010 we have been enjoying a golden age in f1.

As for the Mercs if they can sort their tire problem out we could see a Anglo/German late charge so would not off Lewis or Nico yet.

I wont mention JB as we might have Bob coming on and giving us JB V LH statts that have nothing to do with this thread.

Gordo - Unregistered

June 03, 2013 11:02 PM

He's been racing since he was 8 and he's complaining about getting used to the Mercs brakes? He needs to get rid of his earrings, the stupid haircut, his rap star friends, leave his dog at home with his GF and get back to racing. His goal of being the super cool, bad boy racing driver should be left at home or left in his 'hood'.

John Marston - Unregistered

June 04, 2013 2:05 AM

Nico has been in that car for 3-4 years now, of course he will have an advantage over Lewis when it comes to understanding it. Love him or hate him, Lewis is a top driver. Merc wouldn't of shelled out the big bucks if he wasn't. plenty of other drivers to choose from.

Rosco - Unregistered

June 04, 2013 2:18 AM

@John Marston

Keep telling yourself that, uou sound like Totto Wolff and Lauda explaining themseles to the Merc board room.

Lulu is the new JV, wait and see.

Yak - Unregistered

June 04, 2013 6:16 AM

LH's problem is that he's not as confident as NR in the car, and for tyre management it currently suits NR better. That's not to put down the results NR is getting up against his team mate. I'm looking forward to LH getting on top of the car, as I think then we'll see some real competition between the two. But to blame LH's results on him having a dog or who he hangs around or whatever is misguided. The guy's allowed to have a life outside of just racing.

pet lover - Unregistered

June 04, 2013 9:17 AM

Its funny....if I wanted to take an animal ie a dog to motor sports venue I wouldnt be allowed. I hope the leash Hamilton uses on his dog, doesn't break, as the dog will then be as out of control as its owner seems to be now. Shame the bloke can drive really well, but Rosberg has a lot more brains, and is using technology to outdrive Hamilton, with the tyre they drive on just now. The toys must be about to start to leave the pram I think!!

Theegohaslanded - Unregistered

June 04, 2013 10:12 AM

I have to say i'm in total agreement with Watson, and with the author of a similar argument in last weeks press, If this guy wants to parade around with a dog whilst people take pictures he should try for the judging panel with Crufts, If he wants to to try and be a better F1 driver then he should concentrate his efforts on trying to come to terms with his more focused teammate. he should be reported to the appropriate authorities for animal neglect, dogs have highly attuned hearing, Bulldogs even more than other breeds and to inflict an F1 paddock on this poor animal is downright disgusting, it's a dog, it's not a trinket.

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