F1 » Hamilton hungry for continued Budapest success


As the most successful currently-active driver at the Hungaroring, Lewis Hamilton is hoping that this weekend's race will result in his first win for Mercedes.

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over2u

July 24, 2013 7:01 PM

@Elijah, Hamilton is the kindest driver with the tyres, never over drives the car, always uses his brain and nurses the tyres and yet also extremely quick, so I'm sure he will not only win, but thrash the rest

richard

July 24, 2013 8:02 PM

over2u. what? lulu kind to his tyres? do you mean that he takes them out for a walk at night?
lulu is very hard on tyres, a fact acknowledged by brawn etc. he brakes very late and stresses the tyres. in the last race or two, he has been able to make his tyres last a bit longer, but he has NEVER been kind to tyres?

Mark _

July 24, 2013 8:54 PM

rob01 - That is awesome because you are the one that I was expecting would have the most problem with my comment. Don't get mad at me that the Mercs now go backwards in the races like your favorite driver, Trulli. There is no denying that Mercedes is qualifying better than they are racing. Given that fact my comment was entirely appropriate to this conversation. Now that you got that off of your chest what do you have to add to the conversation?

over2u

July 25, 2013 2:25 AM

Richard do apologise, got my words mixed up ! should have read, Hamilton is NOT the kindest driver with the tyres, ALWAYS over drives the car, NEVER uses his brain OR nurses the tyres and yet also extremely quick, so I'm NOT sure he will win, but may be thrash by the rest

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