F1 » Hamilton: Drinks deal was a scam


Anthony Hamilton has denied claims of lying while giving evidence during the hearing into claims of illegal dismissal by F1 driver Paul di Resta.

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OnTheOtherHand

December 09, 2013 12:41 PM

Taz.
I suppose you have never lied in your life..
I suppose you have never exaggerated anything.
I suppose you have never been conservative with the truth.

Just business.
Just life
Just...

Like father like everyone......

Its Good To Talk...

Taz

December 09, 2013 12:48 PM

@OnTheOtherHand

PMSL

Calm down dear.

We're not talking about me but having in business/my professional life I've strived to be honest (to honest for my own good) unlike others I've worked with.

I'm no saint but I don't make a habit of lying, Hamilton and Lowe lied & Hamilton Snr lied, end of story.

So have Flav/Piquet/Alonso but the story was about Hamilton Snr and his son does happen to be an F1 driver.


richard

December 09, 2013 12:55 PM

taz. did you see that lulu tweeted about the late nelson, saying that "I treated him like my father". does that mean that he gave him o money and sacked him too?

di resta brought the sponsor to the table, and I do not know what prompts ah to believe that it was a scam. how did he know? and why inflate a buy out price, twice what fi said it would be?

OnTheOtherHand

December 09, 2013 1:16 PM

Taz.

Never suggested you was a "Dodgy" business/professional type person.

Simply question that you use the TAR brush just because the Hamilton name is mentioned.
The story should be judged on its own merits.

I think what Anthony Hamilton is saying is,
"It is not about the manipulation of the truth but more about the integrity of the outcome".

We are all too honest, or at least that is what we tell ourselves.

Oh by the way, sounds like your suffering from urinary incontinence, maybe you could try some Kegel exercise or catheterisation.

Its Good To Talk.

ThePaddock1

December 09, 2013 1:22 PM

Taz i suppose you are perfect in everyway just like "mary poppins" dont judge on what you do yourself. "like father like son" anything possible to demise the hamilton name its getting a bit of a joke, altho seams like di-resta is not going to be about next season so i suppose he can just leave anthony with nothing but anthony will be taking him to court then again think i would if someone owed me 3million euros?

Texas Roadhouse

December 09, 2013 1:27 PM
Last Edited 350 days ago

“Only in fiction do drivers who have made no name for themselves get offered a €21m deal."

Interesting and motivating comments - an enlightening insight into his opinion of his (former) client. So being a DTM champion is "no name".

I wonder how many other managers of F1 drivers have the same standard of ethics. Anyone see a similarity with football player agents??

Oh - and proof-read this twice. Stil found another error!!

Taz

December 09, 2013 1:38 PM

OnTheOtherHand: Taz.

Never suggested you was a "Dodgy" business/professional type person.

Simply question that you use the TAR brush just because the Hamilton name is mentioned.
The story should be judged on its own merits.

I think what Anthony Hamilton is saying is,
"It is not about the manipulation of the truth but more about the integrity of the outcome".

We are all too honest, or at least that is what we tell ourselves.

Oh by the way, sounds like your suffering from urinary incontinence, maybe you could try some Kegel exercise or catheterisation.

Its Good To Talk.


The only thing I''m suffering from is slightly is red eyes due to laughing at deluded fanboy comments.

richard

December 09, 2013 1:39 PM

paddy. then ah will be taking lulu to court too? after all, lulu paid him ZILCH, but then said he would give him 4m, but didn't! now, why would he chase di resta for 3m and let off lulu who owes him a minimum of 4m?

morgan. quite right! lokk at how many no-names have come into f1 with bucket loads of cash! di resta did in fact have a better background than many of those

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