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August 26, 2014 1:27 PM

F1 » Rosberg disputes Hamilton claims

Tomco: Why is it Hamilton causes so many problems with his team mates and other drivers ? I can only put it down to him having a chip on his shoulder and being a complete and utter t.sser. The sooner he retires from F1 the better for all concerned.
Probably because he has always been with WDC's and mixing it right up competing with them, and we know they all like to get their own way. I don't remember Kovalainen having problems with him, because he wasn't really competing in terms of pace. If two world class drivers are as close as Hamilton and Rosberg are there will be fireworks. And as far as your point about retiring - irrelevant as it is YOUR opinion. One of the reasons I watch F1 these days is to watch how he races, because he's great at doing it. I turn it off once he starts whinging because it gets on my nerves. Doesn't make me dislike the guy. All people are different, posters on here need to get used to it.


July 30, 2014 6:48 PM

F1 » Wolff: Mercedes ‘comfortable’ with Hamilton’s stance

Nick101: Tell me fangirls, if Hamilton does happen to win the title, how's it going to feel that he needed one of the most dominant cars in F1 history to do it? Especially after all the years of flak you've sent Button's way for winning in the Brawn. A car, need I remind you, that was only dominant for 6-7 races and only ever had a MAXIMUM of 0.6 seconds advantage over it's competitors and ONLY for 1 race. The other races where it enjoyed an advantage it was only 1 or 2 tenths. Never mind the Championship, Hamilton needed one of the most dominant cars in F1 history with a 2-3 second per lap advantage just to finish higher than 4th in the championship! Truly the best ever! LOL
Pls cry more.

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