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Lewis Hamilton warned to regain his focus by former F1 racer John Watson

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rb27 - Unregistered

June 03, 2013 11:08 AM

I think Monaco was a wake up call for Hamilton.
I think Canada will be different can honestly see a pole and win there. Going from his history he usually comes back fighting when he has been beaten by a team mate

Taipan

June 03, 2013 11:09 AM

It's not right that this image junkie is using a dog as a fashion accessory. F1 is no place for a dog, in fact F1 is no place for a person who places media attention over being an effective driver. Mark Webber has dogs he doesn't need to act like an idiot and bring them to races, the difference is one's a grown man and the other is a spoiled, attention seeking child.

Be an F1 driver Lulu, not a pathetic pop princess.

richard

June 03, 2013 11:17 AM

ty. yes,it seems that lulu is more concerned about his image . have you seen his hair sculpting? maybe the use of a bulldog is an effort to show that he is like his dog, a british bulldog? I think that he is losing it again.

corkey - Unregistered

June 03, 2013 11:29 AM

Absolutely agree. When he is in form and is focused he is a brilliant racing driver. When he's drifting about becoming distracted he makes himself look like a bit of a twit.

You need to realise F1 isn't just a hobby, Lewis. Get your head back in the game and win some more shiny things!

Andy - Unregistered

June 03, 2013 11:52 AM

If am correct last Sunday's Monaco result was the best result Lewis has got at Monaco since 2008. All the ooh aah over nothing, he wasnt that great in a much faster car (McLaren) at Monaco so managing to secure 4th in a Merc is commendable. I guess the lip service brigade need their 15 minutes of air time.... I bet next weekend would Jackie S. Turn

sodesu - Unregistered

June 03, 2013 12:05 PM

I think it's deeply hypocritical to complain about Hamilton's life style or image. He has a pop star girl friend and a puppy, so what? It does not mean he's lost focus. No one dedicates 100 percent of their time to work, so why should he? So he's hanging out with rappers, fine. Would people be complaining about losing focus if he spent that time doing charity work children instead?

This critique is just F1 being elitist and culturally snobbish as far as I'm concerned. Times are changing, Watson, like it or not. I'm not a fan of either hip hop or Hamilton, but I fail to see how his cultural preferences have anything to do with his driving. That is all.

aveli - Unregistered

June 03, 2013 12:08 PM

hamilton has the right to decide what he wants to do with anything he has just like anyone else. i find it disrespectful for so many people trying to tell hamilton what choices to make about his life. he owns his life. why can be not make his own choices? he is one of the most successful f1 drivers because of the choices he has made all his life up to date. this man should advise all the less successful drivers to help them become as successful as hamilton. was he ever as successful as hamilton? why does he think he is in a better position to advise hamilton on his lifestyle choices?
Agamemnon your rudeness elsewhere.

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