F1 » Whitmarsh: Hamilton's meeting with Horner was a 'misjudgement'


McLaren team chief Martin Whitmarsh has reflected that in the light of the intense speculation over his future, Lewis Hamilton's visit to Red Bull's motorhome in Montreal was 'a misjudgement'.


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The Good Lord - Unregistered

July 09, 2011 3:40 PM

Oh dear how things can change...

I supported & rooted for this lad in his first season, but then I began to notice the changes ...pretty quickly.

They started for me when Hamilton infamously back-ended Raikkonen at the pit let exit, when Kimi was waiting for the red light to change to green ....no word of apology was ever forthcoming ...at least not that I ever heard. Perhaps Woking senior management got him to say somethin' a little later ...they're good at getting this boy to retract statements and/or apologise in a faux-humble manner!

Since then, this rather charmless and zero-charisma brat has grown a legend-complex and put his albeit, quite fast right foot, in his mouth far, far, too many times!

I happen to agree with Lauda, Moss and Stewart et al ...this kid will injure himself or someone else one day ...and imho his career is already unravelling before our very eyes! Without Woking comfort-blankets to chew on, I sincerely believe this lad will never get close to winning a

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