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The weather prediction for the next gp is: rain!! Oh my oh my oh my. No ivanhoe songs on itv!
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posted Sep 27, 2007
Alonso was out of order at Spa, Schumacher did some dodgy things in his time, but never did he try to undermine someone else in the team, he didnt moan when he had to play second fiddle to irvine in 1999 or when barrichello or massa beat him for pace on a one off weekend. Lewis won't run Alonso off, but I know who might and his name is Felipe Massa who I still think is prone to the odd moment of madness (remember Malaysia), so go Felipe, go wild my son, go free and take Alonso off at the first corner, did for Schumacher who i still think deserved to win the title last year. Alonso is the Chelsea of Formula 1, good but boring.
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Come on Kimi!
Good luck Lewis. I think some people seem to have forgotten what Hamilton has achieved already. This is his first season - he has no right to be so close to winning the championship. Good luck lad don't let the boo boys get you down.
Forgotten what he has achieved, are you joking, its people like you that keep going on and on and on about it....its getting so boring...
posted Sep 28, 2007
"wonder if he will remember the comments he has made about alonso's move when he starts the next race and is trying to do one of his own"It's called responding. If Hamilton had done it first, and this was Alonso's retalitaion, I'd have said rough. Hamilton takes his chances.I'm not rooting for Hamilton. My choice for the DC win is Kimi; but the Hamilton-hate that spews out of some corners has a nasty smell that is rather more than straight dislike.I dislike Alonso because of his attitude, his spoit-child behaviour, his untrustworthiness, his blackmailing of his own team, etc.If Kimi were the same, I'd be saying the same about him. As it is, his alleged love of the sauce makes him look the epitome of moral rectitude by comparison.No one in the paddock really trusts Alonso anymore, or respects him; and he did that all by himself.
Arlesj73 I am just appreciating the bigger picture. I am mentioning it now because we are approaching the close of the championship and his achievement already is real. He deserves applauding despite getting a big boost by the team he drives for (who hasn't had a boost of some description in this sport) and despite the wearying press hype - he has run a two times world champion to the wire in the same car and may yet win the world championship in his rookie year. You can go on with the tired he did this he said that nonsense but you are I believe getting lost in the transient politics of the sport, these are things that have gone on throughout the history of motor racing and are forgotten within a few years, but I believe that you and others like you miss the greater achievement and I see that as a shame. You don't seem to appreciate that his first season in Grand Prix has brought a lot of fresh interest in the sport - he has as a rookie achieved unprecedented success and is the first black man to do so in an until now exclusively white sport. These things may fall outside your perspective of what is and what is not laudable within the sport but believe me that is what the history of these events will eventually recognise like it or lump it. Believe me if you're fed up with it now wait until the movie comes out - don't hate appreciate
Soz could have done with some paragraph breaks...
You must be numero uno in the Lewis Hamilton appreciation society.... but i agree with you in some respects. Lets just hope he can lose that squeaky clean image soon as its rather interesting having some bad boys in F1 (MS & AS spring to mind)!
posted Sep 29, 2007
To the article starter - how do you like the egg on your face? Scrambled? Boiled? Omelet?Now that Hamilton has proved he can beat the "best" in the wet and mist-in a heavuer car to boot - where will you go for more excuses?Hello, Alonso fans - what's that about set-up, again? Why didn't Alonso beat him?I wanted Kimi to get pole, but this is sweet.I love it!
Watch Kimi! Alonso / Hamilton will make a hash of the start!
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