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Lewis Hamilton says he is pleased with Mercedes' progress during Friday practice in India

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Fullofit

October 25, 2013 7:42 PM
Last Edited 426 days ago

I was shocked at that burglar who broke into the Mercedes garage and stole Nico's lid ... he must have been a complete novice not to realize the real value was in stealing Lulu's new cap.

Fullofit

October 25, 2013 8:47 PM

c'mon Richard ... it's clear to everyone watching that Lulu's cap is worth almost a full second a lap.
Equate that back to the development costs to gain the same amount of time, & it's almost priceless.

& that's not even factoring in the gangsta factor ... when he wears that cap, his competitors are so intimidated they're all a half second slower.

The only reason he's not handing Seb his a$$ at the moment is that pesky 2sec a lap Giancarlo Traction System the RBR is running.

Taipan

October 25, 2013 10:05 PM

Fullofit, I just had my weekly dose of humour reading Lulu's BBCF1 column, the little fellow is extremely concerned by child poverty and offers to do anything he can to help cure their plight. I wonder if well see his private jet, Monaco apartment, ear jewels and priceless cap on ebay next week to help finance the unfortunate urchins onto a better life?

In fact that's probably why he nicked Nico's helmet, to help raise money for the unfortunate. Oops did I say that out loud?

Firestorm

October 25, 2013 10:20 PM

Thanks Jamal, I just saw it. The subtitle was: Mercedes team principal Ross Brawn has said that he will leave Mercedes, but only if the team is capable of fighting for the drivers championship.
Is Ross sensing that 2014 will be the year that Mercedes can stand on their feets and do justice to their name?

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