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June 26, 2013 8:06 AM

F1 » Hamilton wouldn’t shy from Vettel partnership

Lewis is sounding more self-absorbed by the day. If he wants to be remembered as a 'great' as he keeps saying, he needs to drop the lifestyle, elbow the dog (and I'm not talking about Nicole, hehe!) and just focus on one thing and one thing only. Winning a WDC with Mercedes!! Nothing less will do if he wants to be thought of in this way. Got to deal with Rosberg first who, apart from team orders and two DNFs, would be at least level on points right now, and who is putting the lie to the idea that Lewis is in some kind of top 3 of speed on the grid right now.


June 18, 2013 7:49 AM

F1 » Button backs Hamilton pace

@jamal- yes, Lewis did win two races in 2009 but he had a run of four races before the first win in Hungary where he finished no higher than 12th and he was out-qualified sometimes by Heiki Kovaleinen. The point is that no driver can turn a dog into a contender on talent alone. @abdominalSnowman - Senna was among a group of drivers at that time who could do extraordinary things on their day. Maybe Senna had more days than some of the others but he wasn't head and shoulders above the rest as some claim. There are about 6-8 drivers in F1 at the moment who, if they were given the outright support that Senna enjoyed, and the right car, would win the WDC.


June 17, 2013 7:39 PM

F1 » Button backs Hamilton pace

All those Lewis fan-boys who would have you believe that Hamilton can drive round a cars problems have, as in 2009, been proven wrong...again! It's obvious that Lewis a great driver but, like other drivers (mere mortals like Kimi, Button, Alonso, Massa and Webber), he's had a few dips over the years, including just recently, and is not the ''new Senna' as some on here were crowing over the winter. Not by a long shot! He should win a race this year but I think Rosberg will be more than a match while he's at Mercedes. If Lewis has a couple of DNFs to balance things up with Nico, I think Lewis will come off 2nd best by year's end!


June 16, 2013 11:24 PM

F1 » Wolff: Hamilton 'surprised' by Rosberg pace

Jamal - you're right, of course! Lewis finished ahead in Bahrain, so apologies for that. But given Rosbergs two DNFs, three successive poles before Canada, the win in Monaco, and the fact that he was not allowed to pass Lewis in Malaysia, it's safe to say that Rosberg is a good deal better than Lewis fans would have us believe over the winter and Hamilton now has a serious fight on his hands to prove what he and his supporters believe, ie that he is the best driver in F1.

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