F1 » 'Hamilton unbeatable if head in right place'


Jenson Button backs Lewis Hamilton in title race, not convinced by talk that the Briton is quicker, but that Nico Rosberg is more intelligent.

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Maroc

July 13, 2014 4:14 AM

Illusions and bull, there's this illusion that Mclaren are a winning team when in fact they are not, they haven't won the title since 2008 and before that it was 1999 and before that 1991. Hamilton is suppose to be the fastest driver in F1, another illusion, Button claims Hamilton is unbeatable if his head is in the right place. More bull, what on earth is that suppose to mean, what a load of crock. I was at Silverstone last week and witnessed Hamilton make a complete hash of his qualifying and then huffs in his interview, I have nothing to say, what an ****, he was supposed to blow Button away at Mclaren, it didnt happen, he was suppose to blow Rosberg away at Mercedes and its not happening, but apparently he is if you listen to bull. He inherited the lead from Rosberg after Rosberg broke down and the reason I am saying this is because I seem to be watching a completely different program to a lot of other people. There doesnt appear to be a connection with the races i watch and the bu

Maroc

July 13, 2014 4:17 AM

Illusions and bull, there's this illusion that Mclaren are a winning team when in fact they are not, they haven't won the title since 2008 and before that it was 1999 and before that 1991. Hamilton is suppose to be the fastest driver in F1, another illusion, Button claims Hamilton is unbeatable if his head is in the right place. More bull, what on earth is that suppose to mean, what a load of crock. I was at Silverstone last week and witnessed Hamilton make a complete hash of his qualifying and then huffs in his interview, I have nothing to say, what an ****, he was supposed to blow Button away at Mclaren, it didnt happen, he was suppose to blow Rosberg away at Mercedes and its not happening, but apparently he is if you listen to bull. He inherited the lead from Rosberg after Rosberg broke down and the reason I am saying this is because I seem to be watching a completely different program to a lot of other people. There doesnt appear to be a connection with the races i watch and the bu

Forzavalentino

July 13, 2014 5:09 AM

Maroc: Illusions and bull, there's this illusion that Mclaren are a winning team when in fact they are not, they haven't won the title since 2008 and before that it was 1999 and before that 1991. Hamilton is suppose to be the fastest driver in F1, another illusion, Button claims Hamilton is unbeatable if his head is in the right place. More bull, what on earth is that suppose to mean, what a load of crock. I was at Silverstone last week and witnessed Hamilton make a complete hash of his qualifying and then huffs in his interview, I have nothing to say, what an ****, he was supposed to blow Button away at Mclaren, it didnt happen, he was suppose to blow Rosberg away at Mercedes and its not happening, but apparently he is if you listen to bull. He inherited the lead from Rosberg after Rosberg broke down and the reason I am saying this is because I seem to be watching a completely different program to a lot of other people. There doesnt appear to be a connection with the races

theoldgitspeaks

July 13, 2014 10:15 AM

Button could be slagging off Hamilton but he's not he just saying what most of us realise, that Hamilton in the right frame of mind is the quickest out there. "right frame of mind" is the important bit, he makes silly mistakes, plays silly games, wear's silly hats and has a silly dog and an extremely overated girlfriend, on the other hand Rosburg gets on with the job with no bull**** and stupid remarks or excuses, I know who my monies on!

thunderbuggy

July 13, 2014 1:12 PM

Jenson may be right, but he problem is that Lewis himself doesn't always know where he has parked his "head". When Lewis is concentrating and on his game, he is as fast a anyone in F1. But his attention does not always seem to be on the job at hand when he climbs into that Mercedes. I am unaware of his current personal situation, but I wonder of Schertzinger (my spelling) has anything to do with his general mental state? They have had an on and off relationship in the past and she seemed to be the one who was the "off" part. Could be the situation with the girl is working on his head.

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