F1 » Hamilton: It’s far from over


Lewis Hamilton says the F1 title race is “far from over” despite having dropped 29 points behind team-mate Nico Rosberg

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35edme

September 01, 2014 7:27 PM
Last Edited 116 days ago

Sunny, in Senna's day you had a backup car on standby and it was not unusual to see a driver running back to the pits. You can't do this nowadays. Also the amount of engines totally different.

GokartMozart

September 01, 2014 7:49 PM

You're right Lewis that's the attitude. All this negativity has just made you stronger, you must be very very strong by now! Oh by the way it's not over for Nico either or Daniel for that matter, so keep up this positivity and keep getting stronger and don't spac it if they beat you home !

richard

September 01, 2014 7:49 PM

35. what has that got to do with it? in sennas day you couldnt stop in the race and run back to another car. mind you, in the 50s and before, you could in fact stop your car and take over your teammates car. do you think that others running at the back, such as m4xie should ask to park his car because he was outside the points, or wanted to save an engine?

107SS2009

September 01, 2014 7:55 PM

35edme: Sunny, in Senna's day you had a backup car on standby and it was not unusual to see a driver running back to the pits. You can't do this nowadays. Also the amount of engines totally different.


So if Lulu was racing in "Senna's day" he would have accumulated as much mileage running back to the pits as much as racing on track.

sodesu

September 01, 2014 8:07 PM

He's definitely got every possibility to take chunks out of Rosberg's lead here and there, and stay withing striking distance for that awful double points finale. So it is indeed far from over, thanks in part to Bernie.

And yeah, if he can indeed relax a bit that has usually served him well before so if he can keep this attitude up that'll make him even more of a threat. Though he hasn't exactly been difficult to shake in the past...

107SS2009

September 01, 2014 8:10 PM

35edme: Sunny, in Senna's day you had a backup car on standby and it was not unusual to see a driver running back to the pits. You can't do this nowadays. Also the amount of engines totally different.


Re the "amount of engines".
Lulu is compromised re the PU usage compared to Rosberg (after Hungary).

Shrieker

September 01, 2014 9:57 PM
Last Edited 115 days ago

Typical derogatory sunny comment, comparing apples and oranges.

It was obvious he was never gonna score points with the car carrying damage to such an extent. The car was slower than a f***ng lotus or a sauber. When there's no chance of a points finish, the logical thing to do is to stop and preserve the engine - which will be needed desperately later on in the season. In Senna's day you didn't have to worry about keeping the engine in one piece for the next day.

It's funny in a way you were berating the guy for looking up to Senna, but now you're the one comparing Lewis to him lol. Times are a changin' I guess.

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