F1 » Prost warns Hamilton change is necessary

Alain Prost has suggested that Lewis Hamilton needs to change his approach to F1 if he is to get back on terms with Sebastian Vettel in the sport's impending new era.

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November 05, 2013 12:24 PM

I was nice seeing Prost being interviewed by Dhill and Herbert after the race, although I think the pair of them should have done the old Bill and Ted "we're not worthy" grovelling.

Taz, I don't think he's hinting that Lulu's thick in a kind of way, I think he's hinting that Lulu's just plain thick! :p


November 05, 2013 1:09 PM

"but at the moment he is finding it very hard to beat Sebastian, and I think he should change his approach a little bit.”

What, go down to webuyanycar and buy himself a Red Bull?!!!!

Dear Mr Prost, EVERYONE is finding it hard to beat Vettel!!!!!!

Give him a car that means the team don't tell him to sit behind the guy who qualified 15th, give him tyres that mean he can utilise his braking strengths without overheating them, give him a consistent team hierarchy - Prost says SV works well with the team, but No-One knows who'll even be the boss at Merc next year!!!!!

Or maybe he should cruise around waiting for everyone else to fall off the track or break down, and win WC's that ( Prost) way ??

LH likes Senna's ethics etc so Prost doesn't like LH's. Simple??!


November 05, 2013 1:15 PM

Shpongled, It really is never Lulu's fault in the mind of you fanboys, always someone else to blame.

As for Prost cruising around, more than twice as many fastest laps than Senna, not bad for someone who just cruises around.

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