F1 » Sutil 'happy he realised what kind of a person Hamilton is'


Adrian Sutil: I respect Hamilton as a sportsman, but I think in private he's not on my level and I don't need to waste time with those people...

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TopDogg

August 07, 2013 8:44 AM

Lewis is fake. Simple as that

Great driver yeah but personality wise,I don't think he's a great person @ all..he even got dumped (which was okay coz now he can focus on racing n when he does,he wins)

superdowg316

August 07, 2013 8:56 AM

The facts are simple.

Sutil has 0 wins, 0 podiums, 0 championships in 100 starts since his debut in 2007.

In that same time frame, Hamilton has 22 wins, 53 podiums and a world championship in 120 starts since his debut year, also 2007.

Now, this is a very Lewis-fanboy like thing of me to do, but, no matter how much you hate a guy, at the end of the day, one guys a world champion and the other one is a flog F1 version of Chris Brown.

Taipan

August 07, 2013 9:28 AM

Dowg, While you're in the mood for comparing, how does Spyker and Force India compare to McLaren and Mercedes? They've not exactly had similar equipment during their careers have they?

This story shows just hows treacherous Lulu is, to pretend to his "friend" Sutil all along that he'd be there to defend him, then call the court at the last minute to say he was busy and couldn't appear and change his phone number so that Soooty couldn't get in touch with him is cowardice of the highest order.
Yet you fanboys treat him like some heroic roll model.

The one thing you could say is that Lulu and Sooty deserved each other as friends. Sooty stabs someone in the neck then Lulu stabs Sooty in the back!

Classy individuals.

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