Hamilton also ready to leave F1

Hamilton also ready to leave F1

There are 59 comments on the F1-live.com story from Jun 8, 2009, titled Hamilton also ready to leave F1. In it, F1-live.com reports that:

F1's reigning World Champion has joined other drivers and eight current Formula One teams in threatening to quit the FIA World Championship at the end of the season.

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Sol

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#1 Jun 8, 2009
bye!
f1-paddockbitch0 3

Vienna, Austria

#2 Jun 9, 2009
Lewis declared, that he will follow Macca wherever they go.....romantic....

“Is that Banjo Music I hear ...”

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#3 Jun 9, 2009
at the moment Macca are headed for the gutter ... not exactly a place unknown to Lewis to be honest ... lying cheating little git ....

“Fernando Killer!”

Since: Mar 08

Montréal, Canada

#4 Jun 9, 2009
redneck Bob from Atlanta wrote:
at the moment Macca are headed for the gutter ... not exactly a place unknown to Lewis to be honest ... lying cheating little git ....
Are you referring to the multimillion dollar Mclaren Ace, you Pathetic prison guard?

Guess your mom never gave you a lesson in "perspective." :-I

“Let me be your Bhuda”

Since: Dec 07

Canada

#5 Jun 9, 2009
Lewy is an immoral, arrogant lying and cheating piece of arrogant mucus that will never have or stick with those that gave him all his sugar he received in this sport. He is a study in personality disorder and all that afflicts him. Never before in any sport have I witnessed a more distateful moral character and all fans of this little a.. hole is another reflection of what hero worship without intelligence is. No doubt that there are more idiots in the UK than anywhere else on this planet.

“Is that Banjo Music I hear ...”

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#6 Jun 10, 2009
f1premier wrote:
<quoted text>
Are you referring to the multimillion dollar Mclaren Ace, you Pathetic prison guard?
Guess your mom never gave you a lesson in "perspective." :-I
oh look, the tosser with egg on his face has dared to write again ... the Macca Ace is doing a fantastic job don't you think ... lapped the last 2 races .... and don't pull the favourite excuse here premature ... boo hoo it's the car ....

you jackass, your boy is looking for all his moronic fans ... like you .. to tell him ... "don't leave Lewis you are our hero" ... I say if the punk wants to leave the sport, then Lewis F*** off, you rode the crest of emotions for 2 years, and now when it gets a little hard out there, you want to quit ... he's no Ace, premature, he's the Joker in the pack ... Maybe the lying cheating little bastard should study a true sports star like Tiger Woods, you know a bloke who never gives up, regardless of how far behind he is .. now if you want a true Ace ...

“Fernando Killer!”

Since: Mar 08

Montréal, Canada

#7 Jun 10, 2009
redneck Bob from Atlanta wrote:
<quoted text>
oh look, the tosser with egg on his face has dared to write again ... the Macca Ace is doing a fantastic job don't you think ... lapped the last 2 races .... and don't pull the favourite excuse here premature ... boo hoo it's the car ....
you jackass, your boy is looking for all his moronic fans ... like you .. to tell him ... "don't leave Lewis you are our hero" ... I say if the punk wants to leave the sport, then Lewis F*** off, you rode the crest of emotions for 2 years, and now when it gets a little hard out there, you want to quit ... he's no Ace, premature, he's the Joker in the pack ... Maybe the lying cheating little bastard should study a true sports star like Tiger Woods, you know a bloke who never gives up, regardless of how far behind he is .. now if you want a true Ace ...
Why anyone would think its important to talk about Lewis leaving F1, if its aboard the FOTA bus is beyond me.

I never thought u could be right, but with all the victories his TEAMMATE Jenson Button has been racking up in the MCLAREN. Of course its not the car.

However with Lewis off the radar, your supremely talented cabana boy will finally win
the title this year. Using your logic I am sure you would agree there is
nothing to stop the Ferrari's out there.

congratulations are in order u f#cking Moron.

Finally I hate to address the Lying cheating remark you keep bringing up.
But its time you understood you are talking out of your ass Nobody Lies and

cheats better than Max,Ecclestone and Schumacher and not in that particular order.

Sorry you couldn't make the list as you don't stack up to a pile of shit.

“Fernando Killer!”

Since: Mar 08

Montréal, Canada

#8 Jun 10, 2009
Regarding Hamilton Lying.

This is going to be hard to explain as you're a redneck and your posts largely reflect
your appetite for the obvious.
The fact that your iq is equivalent to that of a *phucking Slug is not going to help.

But here we go.

This is Formula 1 also known as the Pirahna Club.
Getting stabbed in the back and double-crossed is a common occurance.
To survive the political side of the sport requires a combination of life
experience, sophistication,cunning and above all ruthlessness.

The Key here for the participants is keeping their rivals in a position of
weakness and taking advantage of any slip up.
Everything you do is relevant and determines your future position of power and your ability to negotiate, or lack thereof.

Having said this Lewis failed in the life experience category
As the following video shows.


The young talent should now realize he is not just in F1 to race. This is big business! He got caught in a situation where his race manager made a major error in judgement. Which as a result left them both exposed in flat terrain, and without cover to one of Moseley's dangerous panzer brigades.

With a lil more experience, I am sure Lewis would have the appropriate bulletproof answer for the race stewards.
"Go Fuck yourselves. Listen to the fucking radio recordings".
After all Lee Mckenzie was able to hear it.


But in his defence its not the first time Mclaren barks a stupid confusing order. I am sure you remember "Let Alonso through!" Hungarian gp qualifying 2007. Another Mess! He got an earful for disobeying and i think should have broken the promise to never to disobey again... A classic case of damned if u do damned if u don't.

Dave Ryan was executed. Ron Dennis was offered up, as a goodwill gesture.
Lewis said a lil prayer with the press. The Mosely FIA is happy with the deal.

Great job by Anthony Hamilton who did not hesitate, once the scandal broke to take all the proper steps in making threats and applying pressure on Mclaren to preserve and protect whats most important Lewis' reputation with the sponsors and the young stars future earnings potential.

Which at the end of the day is all that really matters, ask Schumacher.

End of story.

As u can see in the video the young man had nothing to hide.
Now take all the Lying,Cheating crap you've been carrying on about and shove it up your ass, u country faggot. You have no concept of the broader implications of these power struggles disguised as propanda campaigns.

In the Great words of Juan Pablo Montoya.

"Phuck off" "you Phucking idiot"

ill let him say it to you.

http://www.youtube.com/watch...

Since: Aug 08

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#9 Jun 10, 2009
f1premier, nice to see you here again and I mean it. We don't see things eye to eye but that doesn't matter.

I read through your both posts and it's incredible that you just can't admit that Lewis lied.

Excuses, excuses...

Denial, denial....

I mean how hard is it to just admit that Lewis lied?
f1-paddockbitch0 3

Vienna, Austria

#10 Jun 10, 2009
It doesn't matter, whether Lewie lies or not. The main point is, that he will soonly clear off with macca, because he will follow Macca wherever they go!

“Just love F1”

Since: Oct 07

Benavidez, Tigre

#11 Jun 10, 2009
So, Lewis reputation is fine ... besides being a stone-face liar when confronted !!!

... when do you know he's telling the truth?... when do you know he is not following orders?.. what should he do?

Very simple, there is no mistake in this ... JUST DO THE RIGHT THING !!!... even if called a blackmailer later !!
f1-paddockbitch0 3

Vienna, Austria

#12 Jun 10, 2009
He lies, I'm convinced he does, but it doesn't really care me, because I'm only interested in his retirement together with Macca! Bye Bye!

“Is that Banjo Music I hear ...”

Since: Jul 07

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#13 Jun 10, 2009
f1premier wrote:
Regarding Hamilton Lying..... zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
Oh stop making excuses premature, in Australia a simple question was asked of him by the FIA, he lied, was caught out and was punished. No politics, no bullshit, he was caught in a lie, trying to cheat his way to gaining a point on the table.
No mystery, as for the young man's reputation, right about now he is just another one of those "monkeys" who make up the back markers he was so outspoken about a year ago, funny how quickly the shite faced liar goes from hero to zero.
of course I love the way he is keeping his rivals in a "position of weakness and taking advantage of any slip ups" ... sure he did, gaining 16th place from a Force India driver going wide has to be the highlight of your day lately hey ... jackass, while his kit car rival Jenson humiliates him yet again by lapping him ... it's pure poetry in motion or as you like to put it ...."a combination of life experience, sophistication, cunning and above all ruthlessness ... yea right ha ha ha ha.
by the way was in the great words of JPM or the words of the great JPM????? I think the words should have been Phuck off you phucking idiot I'm trying to stuff another phucken fatass burger down my Phucken throat

Since: Aug 08

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#14 Jun 11, 2009
Honestly, LH changes his opinion quite often.

From Bild:

Lewis Hamilton stated that he was exploding when he saw that the car isn't competitive.

- I was utterly irritated after the three first races, Hamilton told the German Bild-magazine.

According to Hamilton he has only a month ago been able to accept that he will probably not win a race with the present MP4-24-car.

- My expectations are so high and yet nothing helps to fulfil them. The disappointment was so huge that I could have exploded. Yet I kept it all inside of me and it ate me up all the time, Lewis confesses.

Hamilton told that he has given up on all expectations from this season after the Spanish GP.

- Now I have a new goal, the reigning champion reveals.

- There's still 10 races left this season and my goal is to challenge Jenson Button at some stage. I want to win him or at least get one podium position in order to save my season, Hamilton continues.

If he WDC could design his own car, what would it be like?

- I would take Brawn that already has a Mercedes super engine. I would put our KERS into it and paint the whole thing silver, the Brit says.
__________

Honestly, who know what he wants? It wasn't that long ago when he stated that it's much more nicer in the lower classes....

http://www.guardian.co.uk/sport/2009/may/15/l...

“Fernando Killer!”

Since: Mar 08

Montréal, Canada

#15 Jun 11, 2009
Icegirl wrote:
f1premier, nice to see you here again and I mean it. We don't see things eye to eye but that doesn't matter.
I read through your both posts and it's incredible that you just can't admit that Lewis lied.
Excuses, excuses...
Denial, denial....
I mean how hard is it to just admit that Lewis lied?
Cheers Icegirl
I understand your position and am willing to agree to disagree.
The reason its easy to excuse what Hamilton did.
Is because he has a great defense, the post race Interview of Lee Mckenzie
shows clearly he was not trying to hide anything, since he was explicitly referring to the radio conversations he had with his team.
He can simply say this story is not my idea, unlike Michael parking at the rascasse.

Furthermore since Ryan delivered his version first, he can easily say he was victim of coercion.
Similar to what an employee would experience when ordered by their boss to file a false claim.
Thats perfectly understandable case closed happens all the time. Whats the big deal the boss usually gets the fine.

Where the story gets complicated.
Max,Charlie Whiting and the race stewards are unable to uphold the transparent
behaviour they are requesting from Mclaren.

Explain to me if they are the ones overseeing the competition as refs.
why do they refuse to make statements when queried over a situation.
Why are their decisions rendered hours after an event.
Simple supporting example, a monetary penalty for Massa's pitlane release incident in Valencia.
When everyone,inlcuding Kimmi's Grandmother knows, that its a drive-through penalty..as was the case with Senna in the gp2 event on the same damn track.
They can absolutely be accused here of stealing points from Massa's competitor by not applying
The proper penalty for unsafe release of a car in the pits.
But the double standard allows them to sweep this nicely under the carpet.

So to a serious outsider, this is simply collusion. The FIA is a big car club, nothing more.
The conclusions, penalties and their understanding of the burden of proof.
Have no relationship to the rule of law anywhere ..oh maybe in Africa and thats why redknobbob understands.

These old Dinosaurs like Ecclestone,Max,Whiting and a guy like Herbie Blash(why is he around?).
Are a detriment to the sport.Their old ways of doing business have no place in modern Formula 1.
They are running the sport like a drug cartel. No one can explain why an old fart like Ecclestone is getting half the money through FOM. But for the fact that he is tying everyone up with his crooked contracts.

Thank goodness people like Carlos Ghosn are starting to speak out against the old structure.
It's a guarantee if that old structure goes.
We will stop counting penalties and the number of FIA "extraordinary" court of appeals we have per year.

And start enjoying how many times Lewis can scare the Numpties like KiMMi,Alonzero and the cabana boy OFF the track or late braking into a corner.

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#16 Jun 11, 2009
Hey Premier, okay so we disagree to agree or was it agree to disagree ;)

Why not skip the finger-pointing and just concentrate on the fact that LH lied. You know the same you you say Kimi hit the wall. It's easy and spares a lot of energy.

Believe me, I'm doing you a favour here because you can end every attack before it starts by just saying: LH lied. Period.

Drug cartel - LOL

I'm with you on Bernie's crooked contracts and the way most of the money ends up in his pockets. It's like he has discovered either a way to be immortal on earth or a way to take the money with him when his time comes up - although I can't figure out what he would do with the money since he won't be able to control things with money in the next world?

But a new serie without FIA and Bernie could bring the sport back to the good old times instead of having to watch drama after drama all the time.

And fans have for a longer time questioned the rulings FIA makes. Sometimes they seem to favour one team and another time another team but nobody can tell it exactly.

Oi, Hammy has already given up, lost his motivation so they will just have to push him off the track while he is daydreaming and remembering the 'glorious days of WDC Hamilton' without paying attention to what is happening around him ;)

“Fernando Killer!”

Since: Mar 08

Montréal, Canada

#17 Jun 11, 2009
Icegirl wrote:
Hey Premier, okay so we disagree to agree or was it agree to disagree ;)
Why not skip the finger-pointing and just concentrate on the fact that LH lied. You know the same you you say Kimi hit the wall. It's easy and spares a lot of energy.
Believe me, I'm doing you a favour here because you can end every attack before it starts by just saying: LH lied. Period.
Drug cartel - LOL
I'm with you on Bernie's crooked contracts and the way most of the money ends up in his pockets. It's like he has discovered either a way to be immortal on earth or a way to take the money with him when his time comes up - although I can't figure out what he would do with the money since he won't be able to control things with money in the next world?
But a new serie without FIA and Bernie could bring the sport back to the good old times instead of having to watch drama after drama all the time.
And fans have for a longer time questioned the rulings FIA makes. Sometimes they seem to favour one team and another time another team but nobody can tell it exactly.
Oi, Hammy has already given up, lost his motivation so they will just have to push him off the track while he is daydreaming and remembering the 'glorious days of WDC Hamilton' without paying attention to what is happening around him ;)
Well i hope Hamilton loses motivation for rest of the year. This can only be a win win situation. The worst Lewis performs the less the gap between him and Kovi will be. Which will allow the Finn to keep his seat at Mclaren.

If Kovi does not keep the seat. Lewis is sure to lose another friend,
as the seat will probably be given to Rosberg.
With Nico's performance at williams this year it might be a risky move to put him in Hamilton's shadow.

As Martin Brundle says "It could all end up in tears."

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#18 Jun 11, 2009
f1premier wrote:
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Well i hope Hamilton loses motivation for rest of the year. This can only be a win win situation. The worst Lewis performs the less the gap between him and Kovi will be. Which will allow the Finn to keep his seat at Mclaren.
If Kovi does not keep the seat. Lewis is sure to lose another friend,
as the seat will probably be given to Rosberg.
With Nico's performance at williams this year it might be a risky move to put him in Hamilton's shadow.
As Martin Brundle says "It could all end up in tears."
That one I didn't see coming, f1premier ;)

But Nico and Lewis, they have been friends for a longer time, right?

Aren't you curious to see how those two would work together?

“Is that Banjo Music I hear ...”

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#19 Jun 12, 2009
don't be silly Nicole, nobody can work with lewis, he's a pompous jackass who thinks he is above the other "monkeys" out there . Funny that comment was about the backmarkers ... umm what exactly is he this year?... oh yes a backmarker ... so would we be out of line calling Lewis a monkey from now on???

Anyway I think Nico has more talent in his left pinkie finger than the monkey has on all fours ......

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#20 Jun 12, 2009
redneck Bob from Atlanta wrote:
don't be silly Nicole, nobody can work with lewis, he's a pompous jackass who thinks he is above the other "monkeys" out there . Funny that comment was about the backmarkers ... umm what exactly is he this year?... oh yes a backmarker ... so would we be out of line calling Lewis a monkey from now on???
Anyway I think Nico has more talent in his left pinkie finger than the monkey has on all fours ......
With the exception of Heikki, Nico, Adrian and probably even Kimi... The Finn's don't get too emotional and both Nico and Adrian are Hammy's good friends and also used to racing with him in GP2, Nico at least, not sure about Adrian though.

Wouldn't it be a sight to see Keke and Anthony in the pit during the GP's, Keke is not afraid to tell what he thinks - lol

While on the subject of daddy in the pit, has anyone else noticed that John Button always wears the same pink shirt and white trousers? Wonder if it's a case of a lucky shirt and pants - if so we will see those clothes all season long ;)

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