F1 » Hamilton: Today is the first step, a turning point


Lewis Hamilton hopes that Mercedes can kick on from his victory in the Hungarian Grand Prix, but reins in thoughts of a championship challenge.

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bort

July 29, 2013 2:06 PM

Pretty clearly Lewis is the preeminant F1 driver look how far downhill Mclaren have gone since he left,he's 40pts ahead of his much vaunted team mate already this season.
Simply the best in any right minded persons opinion.

bort

July 29, 2013 2:06 PM

Pretty clearly Lewis is the preeminant F1 driver look how far downhill Mclaren have gone since he left,he's 40pts ahead of his much vaunted team mate already this season.
Simply the best in any right minded persons opinion.

Really

July 29, 2013 3:38 PM

I was wondering when Ptolemy would show up. Took you a full day after the race. Wonder why?

Nothing wrong in having the fastest car. Gave a certain German 3 titles didn't it? Guy couldn't handle a bit of hot air blowing his way nor 30 odd lap old tires. He's good but he isnt great. Not in my book. Nor is LH for that matter.

As for Nico, he's a really good driver but admit it, even you know he could have had a hard time making his way up front. Don't let the Hamilton hatred cloud your facts mate.

107SS2009

July 29, 2013 5:05 PM

Bort, by repeating something you will get yourself to believe it and at the same time chances are it will stick in some gullible minds, that's what most politicians do.
Having said that the real interesting question is, have Mercedes finally solved their tyre problem/s or was it a one off? I personally tend to think that they might have hit a sweet spot this time, but only time will tell.

tomcol

July 29, 2013 8:09 PM

Hamilton has had several seasons with the first or second best car on the grid. Hes has won 1 championship. Vettel has won 3 during the same period and looks good for a fourth. Really sorry but Hamilton has comprehensively failed. Hes average.

Kyunoske

July 29, 2013 8:19 PM

Tomcol -a fast car does not mean its reliable or able to perform perfect pit stops. The last two were definitely not McLaren's strong points.

Redbull is the best total package except for Webber's car. Vettel generally has sub 3 second pit stops on a regular basis.

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