F1 » Hakkinen: 'Hamilton looked like a sore loser'


Mika Hakkinen unimpressed with Lewis Hamilton's attitude during the 2014 F1 Monaco Grand Prix weekend.

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YoungSlinger

May 30, 2014 11:29 AM

Lewis has always worn his heart on his sleeve, which at times makes him appear sulky but you cannot change your nature and I expect he never will. I think that he should try to keep his emotions under control and let his driving talk. With two cars and drivers so close, Monaco is practically impossible to overtake without errors occurring, which is why pole is so important, hence the reaction. Let us hope we do not see a repeat of R.B. when they came together. An interesting season ahead!

MikeLite

May 30, 2014 11:41 AM

Well at least Hamilton knows what Rosberg is really like now and cannot be trusted to play fairly. Similar sort of things have happened in the past frequently with drivers such as Senna, Schumacher, Alonso and Pironi.

Personally I think he will come back in Canada and make Rosberg look a bit average.

ProfessorX

May 30, 2014 11:43 AM

yah, Rosberg does know how to lose, thats why he, with out the help of Mercedes will have a very hard time beating Lewis this year, should Lewis remain centered and choose not to take too much of the personal criticism in the media to heart, as no one really should.

Jamal22

May 30, 2014 11:47 AM
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He actually does, when Kimi spurn in Suzuka 2012 and he was asked about his feelings about preventing other drivers getting a better time. I told the person asking the question! Do I look like I care about other drivers. Lewis just acted childish over this issue, Its a track or circuit that he has performed so poorly in the past. And for weeks Lewis has been piling the pressure on himself about been hungry and focus and yada yada yada. In the famous words of Dominic Toretto CAN YOU HANDLE THE DISAPPOINTMENT.

Nick23

May 30, 2014 12:15 PM

I think it's wrong to intentionally ruin someone else's opportunity to gain pole position. That time Schumacher parked it - he really should have been penalised! Whilst there is doubt in Lewis's mind about the Rosberg's qualifying incident and how truthful he was. Lewis should get over it and look forwards & learn from it.

Lewis should be more determined in the future races now. It will be interesting to see how their relationship develops/deteriates over the season. I think Lewis has more raw speed but if he lets this go to his head it could have a negative affect? We'll see??...

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