F1 » Hamilton: Time is slipping away

Lewis Hamilton has admitted time is running out in his bid to add to his solitary world title in 2008

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George Zaidan

June 19, 2013 6:26 PM

It's not only time that is slipping away, it's mostly all the opportunities that you have let slip by. we reap what we sow and frankly the grandeur has gotten the better of you and clouded your judgement. Anyway have a great life.


June 19, 2013 8:14 PM

Well tbh he himself squandered the oppertunity in 2007 with the races in China and Brasil and then in 2010 he had another decent oppertunity but he kept running into Felipe Massa that year and then the clincher was with Webber in Singapore IIRC.

Without those oftentimes unnecessary clashes he would have been in with a shot at the end.

He probably feels like he should have won at least one more but it's better not to dwell too much on lost oppertunities. He'll probably have a couple more chances before his F1 carreer is over...


June 19, 2013 10:52 PM

So poor Lulu hasn't had good enough cars?

There have been over 800 F1 drivers, can anyone think of a driver other than Lulu who had a race winning car for the first 7 years on their F1 career? No neither can I.

I also cant think of any other driver who pretended to be a model and a rapper, or was obsessed by expanding their American brand, or had to walk DOGs in the paddock.

Oh dear Lulu, given everything on a plate, other than a functioning brain.

bob jane

June 20, 2013 12:32 AM

Lewis does himself no favours with his lack of humbleness,
Either that, or he really believes he is a F1 legend without the results.
Rooking in the fastest car on the grid? winning his WC because of interteam skulduggery?,,,,.and he has the nerve to sook about poor luck in F!.

Lewis needs to sack his media adviser for a start, and then to shut up and never sook again, THEN count his blessings as the chosen one, and stop acting like a spoilt egotistical little brat with vettel envy.

OMG at the great drivers who have gridded up in crap cars in the past 5 years, who would of killed for Lewis's "Breaks" and cars.
I rate him and Jenson as the luckiest drivers on the grid,, to have debuted in the fastest cars best teams....at least Button knows he isn't a unlucky legend...

.,,,IMO if Lewis wasn't British .and without the weight of Ron, and wasn't hyped up as the first of his kind,, he would of started through the back of the grid like everyone else.,,,and he would of been a "KOBI" style


June 20, 2013 1:34 AM

Like Alonso said, it's hard to compete for championships when somebody else has an 'Adrian Newey car'. Red Bull have pretty much steamrollered everybody for the last 3 years - what is it now? Three consecutive Drivers' and Constructors' Championships?

But I feel like, since Mercedes are basically collecting all the F1 engineers, they might just have a shout of producing the best car next year. Other than that it's pretty much going to be waiting for Newey to b*gger off.

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