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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Taipan

July 30, 2013 1:07 PM
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The Hobbit! LMAO

Jamal, He's spent most of the season with his sulky face on and spent much of the last few weeks according to him in the studio writing "music" about his recent heartbreak, not exactly signs of happiness are they?

Ptolemy

July 30, 2013 2:22 PM

Lets talk facts and not spew "hate." The real outcome, and the only one that matters, is the fact that a blonde haired gentleman from Germany that carries a big stick was 34 points in the driver's championship lead, and is now 38 points in the lead today.
Oh, and may I suggest that Lulu get a Mike Tyson style eye socket tattoo to match his arm slathering?
Now THAT would get even more attention than the dog pooing in the paddock with a Mercedes pit man following Lulu and the dog around with a shovel. What an attention Wh***

FW14

July 30, 2013 3:01 PM

Lets look at facts Schumacher statistically the best ever but not regarded as the best F1 driver

Rocky Marciano statistically the best record with 49 wins and unbeaten but not regarded as the best boxer.

Senna
Ali

Get the picture?

Jamal22

July 30, 2013 3:25 PM

Ty

One minute he is having a sulky face, the next he is writing a love song, please make up your mind. Atleast he doesnt have to dread coming into the pit thinking would I make it out within the next 60 secs

Ptolemy

July 30, 2013 3:38 PM

FW14,
I'm trying to understand your reasoning. So, we shouldn't base our reasoning of who the best in a sport is by using statistics and records, right? Its more accurate to use emotion to determine who the best performing sportsmen in the world are. So Usain Bolt really might not have been the fastest in the 100 yard dash. It may have been a charming chap from Detroit, Michigan that everyone has downtrodden.
Erich Hartmann may not have been the best fighter ace with 352 kills even though he was severely outnumbered and fighting against people in equal or better machinery with superior support. Maybe it was an American pilot with 7 kills, because he was "fighting the good fight."
I'm beginning to come around to your reasoning. Just pick the one you like and declare him to be the "greatest" or "the new messiah."

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