F1 » Hamilton wouldn’t shy from Vettel partnership


Lewis Hamilton says that, while he remains committed to Mercedes, he would not be afraid of partnering any of the other big names in F1 in future.

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107SS2009

June 25, 2013 8:07 PM

When he had the new brakes not only was Vettel drawing away at a over a second per lap but he was also caught and passed and so lost second place to Alonso.
Now he needs a win because Nico won a race and he would love to drive for FERRARI and also would like to partner Vettel and also would like to win Silverstone, all these wishes is as a result of time running out slowly but surely on his F1 lifespan.

ghog

June 25, 2013 8:49 PM
Last Edited 450 days ago

So Lewis Hamilton is now done with McLaren and 1/2 way into his 1st season with them talks about leaving Mercedes although he has a three year deal with them. Muppet!

In three years time I don't reckon Lewis Hamilton will still hold a super licence. Unless he plans to dump Mercedes before then?

Jamal22

June 25, 2013 9:43 PM

Jim Clausen tell me how many titles has Kimi won? I guess this is his 12th or 13th year? How many title has Button won apart from the one he won when he was riding the boeing 747 engine car? How many has Alonso won apart from the on he he won in the illegal car? in the last 23 years McLaren has 3 WDC speaks volume about the racing team, even Williams has 4 in the same period

Jamal22

June 25, 2013 9:51 PM
Last Edited 450 days ago

107,

he was also caught and passed and so lost second place to Alonso


Didnt Alonso also catch and pass Nico? Didnt Webber also catch and pass Nico? oh i forgot passing Lewis is like the Super Bowl Final

And he has won at Silverstone

Bobkp

June 25, 2013 10:30 PM

He got spanked by Button over 3 years and now he wants to go up against Vettel?

Bwahahahahahaaaaaa!

That would be gold! I'm just trying to think what excuses the Hamilton fanboys could come up with then?

They couldn't pull out the old favourite that Vettel has a better car...oh, hang on, I know. They'll claim that the team is favouring Vettel and sabotaging Hamilton!

After all, wasn't that their excuse about Button?

Jim Clausen

June 25, 2013 10:43 PM

Jamal22,

I was not directly comparing drivers in my comment. I was pointing out that Hamilton makes a lot of comments to the racing press. All the drivers you mentioned, together, have not made as many comments to the press as Hamilton.

As for Williams vs. McLaren: Which would you rather be driving today if you were a F1 pilot ?

Taipan

June 25, 2013 10:46 PM

What happened to "Red Bull are just a drinks company and Vettel is a poor man's Nigel Mansell" Lulu?

Does he really think Ferrari and RBR are interested in him? I would have thought that the penny would have dropped last year when he went begging to those teams and they told him to sod off.

Failed to impress against Button, failing to impress against Rosberg, please keep delusions of successfully taking on Vettel to your dreams Lulu.

kiwibob

June 25, 2013 11:52 PM

Pau1inel the only ones who call lewis my that name are jealous of his ability in an f1 car which is all i care about i don,t care what any driver does apart from on the track and as you will see its always the same ones who call him that which is why i think they are not true f1 lovers as otherwise they would admit he is still one of the best in the world and is rated that by the likes of alonso vettle kimi so lets not let some jealous small minded people upset you now i will be called a fanboy which i am of all drivers having the skill to race at this level

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