F1 » Hamilton extends advantage in FP2


Lewis Hamilton put down a marker ahead of the Hungarian Grand Prix by extending his advantage over team-mate Nico Rosberg in FP2

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Cubikrube

July 25, 2014 3:09 PM

Rbr46, keep hoping, 70 million 3 year extension to his current contract already on the table...been in other media for days and quotes from Toto, not just Lewis seems to me to be a done deal.....even if it was The Sun that broke it(you have no idea how much it pains me to credit that nasty Murdoch rag lol)

rbr46

July 25, 2014 3:15 PM

Cubikrube: Rbr46, keep hoping, 70 million 3 year extension to his current contract already on the table...been in other media for days and quotes from Toto, not just Lewis seems to me to be a done deal.....even if it was The Sun that broke it(you have no idea how much it pains me to credit that nasty Murdoch rag lol)


Fair enough, as Nico says there is always 2018.

R6Ryder

July 25, 2014 3:22 PM

rbr46: Lets hope Lulu loses his drive to SV next year.

Gotta make sure seb has the best car . Obviously he can't do much without it. If he seriously did jump ship after 1 bad season I would lose some respect. Come on. Can't have the fastest car every year.

rbr46

July 25, 2014 3:23 PM

FatAlfie: rbr46 - why would you hope that? Are you suggesting that the car makes all the difference? If so, that would make Vettel's 4x WDC meaningless, would it not?


Nope, I would like to see SV drive a German car. For all we know Merc could produce a pig next year although that is highly unlikely.

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