F1 » DC: Hamilton was wrong, but at least he was honest

As Lewis Hamilton continues to endure the reverberations of his ill-judged 'Ali G' moment in Monaco, BBC F1's David Coulthard suggests his critics might do well to lay off the McLaren star.

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Peoples - Unregistered

June 05, 2011 8:13 AM

The question has to be asked, why was Lewis's comment ill judged and why should he have to apologies.

Feelings are subjective, if Lewis feels it was a colour thing, then it is his view, who is to say he was right or wrong?

If a woman made a comment that it was because she was a woman something adverse happended she would be applauded but because it is a half black man it's because he has a chip on his shoulder, typical.

It is a matter of record that Lewis and his father were subjected to racism on the karting circuit(check it out before you say he wasn't, it is on record)

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