Hamilton races into F-1 history

Hamilton races into F-1 history

There are 46 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Jun 11, 2007, titled Hamilton races into F-1 history. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

Lewis Hamilton's learning curve just got shorter -- a lot shorter. Dominating driver: Rookie Lewis Hamilton waves to the fans after winning in Montreal.

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ilalfisto

West Palm Beach, FL

#41 Jun 17, 2007
JMP wrote:
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I have heard the fools on the national news refer to various foreign people as African-American when doing those "first black person to..." stories. It just goes to show that there is a disconnect between their brains and their mouths.
It's called xenophobia, and it's EVERYWHERE....

“NED MANDINGO”

Since: May 07

Indy

#42 Jun 17, 2007
Bob wrote:
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Go to a race and learn.
why, to commit suicide from boredom?

“NED MANDINGO”

Since: May 07

Indy

#43 Jun 17, 2007
The CEO wrote:
A contridiction on the part of F1 - did Robert break his leg, or does he have no apparent injuries? Either way, after watching the crash, I'm happy to hear he survived... His crash brought back frightening images of Gonzolo Rodriquez driving his Penske machine head-on into the wall at the top of the Cork Screw at Laguna Seca, and then Gregg Moore tumbling helplessly across the ground, and into a retaining wall at Fontana... Both were not as fortunate as Robert...
Great race, regardless; and congrats to Lewis for picking up where JPM should have been.
too bad there couldn't have been a huge wreck involving all the cars and all the fans...with no survivors...
now that would be racing!!!!

“NED MANDINGO”

Since: May 07

Indy

#44 Jun 17, 2007
The Truth Hurts wrote:
Looking forward to fast cars and beautiful women this weekend. It's great when the world comes to Indy for the Grand Prix.
yeah real great, nothing more than one big ass traffic jam!
Cant wait till your gone!!!

“NED MANDINGO”

Since: May 07

Indy

#45 Jun 17, 2007
May Yam wrote:
I am going through withdrawal. This will be the first USGP in Indy I have missed. What's up with holding it on Father's Day, 3 weeks after the 500. Seems like Bernie is trying to hurt Tony and the Speedway, not to mention the fans! Thanks Bernie!!
hopefully you die from withdrawl! one less race fan to worry about!
tayleur

UK

#46 Jul 11, 2007
does he have anyy pets ?? replay back if you know tay

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