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May 30, 2014 4:44 PM

F1 » Hakkinen: 'Hamilton looked like a sore loser'


Googol - your comment is spot-on. Trouble is that most of the Hamilton fanboys have no knowledge of F1 before 2007. I remember watching the TV footage of that awful incident - and, sadly, I have too many personal memories of the dark side of the sport. The comment by another that it is acceptable to do "questionable" things is laughable. Did Fangio? or Clark, or Stewart for that matter? In their times, acts that Senna and Schumacher have pulled would have resulted in injury or worse - and would not have been contemplated. Obviously he has no knowledge of (or interest in) the earlier years.

Texas Roadhouse

May 30, 2014 1:46 PM

F1 » Hakkinen: 'Hamilton looked like a sore loser'


None of drivers like losing (well who does?). But sh*t happens, to quote another driver. It's how you deal with it that counts. Interestingly, this year we have seen two very different reactions to just such a situation - one from the current WDC to yet another race-ending problem, and, of course, the one that everyone is talking about. The maturity shown by one, is "balanced" by the total lack of that by the other. In many ways, this year, Vettel is showing "class" in reacting to, and dealing with, the many issues he has been faced with. Kudos to him (surprised myself by saying that). Let's hope that Hamilton, should he actually manage to win this year's WDC will behave in similar fashion. Something tells me he will not.......


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