F1 » Hamilton to ‘come back stronger’ after break


Lewis Hamilton says he plans to “come back stronger” following the mid-season break having been allowed to increase his weight

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richard

August 05, 2014 5:35 PM

nutty. just as nutty as ever! what on earth has starting from the front row got to do with lulu handling fric? if he can manage it from the back row, going hrough the field, why on earth would he have a problem starting from the front?

mein gott!

Snakecharmer

August 05, 2014 6:12 PM

richard,
the prof didn't say he would have a problem, the way I read it was, that if LH can get a load of points when he starts at the back how far in front COULD he get from the front of the grid ?!! emphasis on the "could" cos I know you can get a bit picky, btw though, congratulations on giving LH some credit on one of your earlier posts

Yossarian

August 05, 2014 6:40 PM

Snakecharmer: richard,
the prof didn't say he would have a problem, the way I read it was, that if LH can get a load of points when he starts at the back how far in front COULD he get from the front of the grid ?!! emphasis on the "could" cos I know you can get a bit picky, btw though, congratulations on giving LH some credit on one of your earlier posts

agree with your congratulations, it has been getting just a little insane around here lately

richard

August 05, 2014 7:43 PM

snakey. you obviously do not know the nutty professor very well! his comments are never logical or considered. has the same reputation on the motogp thread!

however, if lulu merits praise, he will of course get it from me, but unfortunately he rarely merits it.

sky1

August 05, 2014 8:25 PM

It is fair to say if Lewis can race Nico for the rest of the season without any mishaps then there is only one winner whether it be with the front and rear inter-connected system or not.

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