F1 » Hamilton hopes for 'level playing field'


Lewis Hamilton hopes that the 2014 F1 season will see a level playing field in the fight for the title

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Taz

November 13, 2013 10:24 AM
Last Edited 345 days ago

@shpongled

Er, you'll find you were the 1st one who started on the personal attacks.

I merely stated that Lulu's press release of gushing praise (which was obviously written by the Merc PR person) doesn't match his grumbling to the team...especially when Rosberg is beating him.

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ps

Deleting your posts on purpose shows a lack of class.

EDIT by CRASH.NET!. Shpongled's posts removed by CRASH.NET as they breached our guide lines for posting.

EDIT: Ok, thought he was doing it at one stage.

intheredcorner

November 13, 2013 10:56 AM

im think he's hoping mercedes build a car that is a second a lap faster than everyone else :-) but we'll have to wait and see,
( shpongled you took the time to post on about six occassions on one thread and not make any reference to the subject?)

Objective

November 13, 2013 11:12 AM

He doesn't need to worry about "an even playing field". He needs to focus on the job at hand and work harder with the team to extract the most from the car. In racing you have to drive what you've been given and achieve the most that you can 100% of the time.

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