F1 » Wolff: Hamilton ‘in a league of his own’


Mercedes executive director (business) Toto Wolff said Lewis Hamilton was “in a league of his own” during F1 qualifying

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Firestorm

April 19, 2014 6:38 PM

Well done Lewis! You and Alonso are putting your respective team-mates ashame. And when you think that McLaren had both of them in their cars in 2007 and lost these incredible drivers to rival teams and now lies in 12th and 15th on the grid. McLaren you are reaping what you planted. It hurts me saying this because I love all the historical british teams alongside Ferrari. But Mercedes and Red Bull are dominating in the last few years and is normal that the best drivers wants to drive for them.

107SS2009

April 19, 2014 6:48 PM

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ThePaddock1

April 19, 2014 7:06 PM

Tomco: Good driver but a t.sser unfortunately.


and what exactly has lewis done since moving from macca apart from get his head down and get on with the job and he sure is delivering,
look in the mirror and i'm sure you'll see a t.osser

ThePaddock1

April 19, 2014 7:52 PM

i don't disagree your the t.osser but if your just going to write "good driver but a t.osser unfortunately at least back that up with some facts,

we sure all know from taipan what hamilton has been like when at mclaren but since leaving he ain't done fk all apart from deliver whats "tossish" lol about that??

here4thesun2

April 19, 2014 11:10 PM

ThePaddock1: i don't disagree your the t.osser but if your just going to write "good driver but a t.osser unfortunately at least back that up with some facts,

we sure all know from taipan what hamilton has been like when at mclaren but since leaving he ain't done fk all apart from deliver whats "tossish" lol about that??


He's tossed a few comments around that he may well have been appreciated to keep behind his lips. That's not to say he needs to be as politically correct as his teammate, but he does come across as immature or insecure concerning his performance compared with his teammates regardless of whether he's on the favorable end.

So the potential is there. Just tossing off.

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