Hamilton speeds away for dominating w...

Hamilton speeds away for dominating win in Hungary

There are 22 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Aug 5, 2007, titled Hamilton speeds away for dominating win in Hungary. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

Lewis Hamilton learned a lot about his McLaren team after a stressful weekend of racing.

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“Don't be a Hater”

Since: Jun 07

Indianapolis

#1 Aug 6, 2007
Way to go Lewis! What a historic season.
Attanar

Valdemoro, Spain

#2 Aug 6, 2007
Hamilton is good, there's no point in denying something obvious, but the way he behaves is quite ridiculous.

Seriously, his last victory is one of the saddest victories in F1 for sure.

“Don't be a Hater”

Since: Jun 07

Indianapolis

#3 Aug 6, 2007
Attanar wrote:
Hamilton is good, there's no point in denying something obvious, but the way he behaves is quite ridiculous.
Seriously, his last victory is one of the saddest victories in F1 for sure.
I am sure I have no idea what you are eluding to. Apparently there was some internal turmoil with McClaren that lead Fernando to feel that Lewis slighted him somewhat. Fernanso was first to attack Michael and others for unsportsmanship so I hope that is not the case this time. Fernando had an issue in Germany with Felipe as well. Maybe there is enough blame to go around? I am sure they are both big boys though ans will get through any troubles.
WHAT

Indianapolis, IN

#4 Aug 6, 2007
An F1 race decided by a large margin! What is the world coming too. This is unheard of.
SHAMEFUL

Palma De Mallorca, Spain

#5 Aug 6, 2007
This is the one of the most shameful episodes of the F1. Hamilton disobey the team orders and lead all the team to trouble, but the one who is penalized is Alonso, who just was following the team orders.
There's no dude that the FIA's decision is all wrong, they only want to damage Alonso and this is not the way to make things.
Yesterday race was an autentic shame for all the f1 followers. There's no proud in the Hamilton's win, because it was a gift from the FIA. Seriously, THE WORSTS EPISODE OF F1 I'VE EVER SEEN.

Since: Jan 07

Oradea, Romania

#6 Aug 6, 2007
do not forget when wee are talking about F 1 wee are not talking about sport wee are talking about the great Circus. In the circus there are a lot of fixed performances.....
lol

Indianapolis, IN

#7 Aug 6, 2007
SHAMEFUL wrote:
This is the one of the most shameful episodes of the F1. Hamilton disobey the team orders and lead all the team to trouble, but the one who is penalized is Alonso, who just was following the team orders.
There's no dude that the FIA's decision is all wrong, they only want to damage Alonso and this is not the way to make things.
Yesterday race was an autentic shame for all the f1 followers. There's no proud in the Hamilton's win, because it was a gift from the FIA. Seriously, THE WORSTS EPISODE OF F1 I'VE EVER SEEN.
You must have missed Indy a few years ago when only 6 drivers had the balls to race. F1 sux! But there have been at least twenty races since that where as bad. It's nothing but a high tech parade. There is little or no racing.
Attanar

Valdemoro, Spain

#8 Aug 6, 2007
IMS FAN wrote:
<quoted text>I am sure I have no idea what you are eluding to. Apparently there was some internal turmoil with McClaren that lead Fernando to feel that Lewis slighted him somewhat. Fernanso was first to attack Michael and others for unsportsmanship so I hope that is not the case this time. Fernando had an issue in Germany with Felipe as well. Maybe there is enough blame to go around? I am sure they are both big boys though ans will get through any troubles.
You have no idea? Well, then ask yourself why McLaren team wasn't there with Hamilton when he got to the podium.

Hamilton had a shameful behaviour.
Attanar

Valdemoro, Spain

#9 Aug 6, 2007
WHAT wrote:
An F1 race decided by a large margin! What is the world coming too. This is unheard of.
With words like that you show clearly you have never seen F1... Go, watch some more races, learn something on F1 and then give a valuable oppinion, and don't talk crap like that.
gwo

Zaragoza, Spain

#10 Aug 6, 2007
IMS FAN wrote:
<quoted text>I am sure I have no idea what you are eluding to. Apparently there was some internal turmoil with McClaren that lead Fernando to feel that Lewis slighted him somewhat. Fernanso was first to attack Michael and others for unsportsmanship so I hope that is not the case this time. Fernando had an issue in Germany with Felipe as well. Maybe there is enough blame to go around? I am sure they are both big boys though ans will get through any troubles.
I could agree with that. The only problem is that FIA is suddenly so concerned about matters internal to the Maclaren team...
lol

Indianapolis, IN

#11 Aug 7, 2007
Attanar wrote:
<quoted text>
With words like that you show clearly you have never seen F1... Go, watch some more races, learn something on F1 and then give a valuable opinion, and don't talk crap like that.
I've attended 8 races too many. If it wasn't for business I wouldn't have done more than one! If you think F1 is actually a "race" then I'm sure that every time you have a bit of self gratification you believe your having sex. You put the wank in wanker! F1 sux. It hasn't been racing since Senna died.

“Don't be a Hater”

Since: Jun 07

Indianapolis

#12 Aug 7, 2007
lol wrote:
<quoted text>I've attended 8 races too many. If it wasn't for business I wouldn't have done more than one! If you think F1 is actually a "race" then I'm sure that every time you have a bit of self gratification you believe your having sex. You put the wank in wanker! F1 sux. It hasn't been racing since Senna died.
and yet you still find the time to grace us F1 fans with your presence......gee were just lucky I guess....
Attanar

Valdemoro, Spain

#13 Aug 7, 2007
lol wrote:
<quoted text>I've attended 8 races too many. If it wasn't for business I wouldn't have done more than one! If you think F1 is actually a "race" then I'm sure that every time you have a bit of self gratification you believe your having sex. You put the wank in wanker! F1 sux. It hasn't been racing since Senna died.
I know. You are just a great example of a kind of people who post in this forum. Never liked F1 but think Hamilton is almost a god because British press is telling you that.

Seriously, LOTS of F1 races (or whatever u want to call them, I dont really care) finish like that one. Your post was just ridiculous.
Dirtbauer

Portsmouth, VA

#14 Aug 7, 2007
I will not miss F1 at Indy other than the cars, crowd, and Umbrella Babes. Bring on the Bikes!!!

Michu

Lleida, Spain

#15 Aug 7, 2007
Hamilton ... dont bite the hand that it gives you to eat, even you are an allowed baby...

“Don't be a Hater”

Since: Jun 07

Indianapolis

#16 Aug 7, 2007
Attanar wrote:
<quoted text>
I know. You are just a great example of a kind of people who post in this forum. Never liked F1 but think Hamilton is almost a god because British press is telling you that.
Seriously, LOTS of F1 races (or whatever u want to call them, I dont really care) finish like that one. Your post was just ridiculous.
Well, I don't think I would call him a god but he is having the best start a rookie has ever had in the history of F1. I don't follow alot of European press just because your still trying to get that freedom of the press thing down right. At IMS for example, the local newspapers were only allowed creditinials if they guaranteed a certain amount of coverage. Of course this coverage would not include any interviews with the Schumacher brothers since they were under exclusive contracts only to be interviewed by the German media outlet they had the contract with (excluding post race/qualifying press conferences.)

I can appreciate why your protecting your boy fernando, but come on, the only time Lewis has not finished on the podium was Germany. That was because in Q3 qualifying he wrecked due to the suspension failure that regulated him to 10th starting position. Even then by the time they got tu turn two he worked his way up to P2 only to suffer a blown rear tire.

So, I agree Lewis is not a god but like Fernando he is quite special.
Gino

Reno, NV

#17 Aug 7, 2007
Fernando, like a lot of drivers, is only happy when he's out front. If you show me a driver who's not angry when he's not winning I'll show you a backmarker collecting a paycheck. More interestingly though to me is how Lewis the Rookie has the Fernando the Double World Champion so clearly rattled. And now there are reports that Ferrari has offered Lewis $35 million to jump ship next year.

“"McLaren in my soul"”

Since: Apr 07

Worcester, U.K

#18 Aug 8, 2007
I agree about the driver comment but Alonso is also one of the only drivers who has bad sportsmanship & no manners too! You have to have the balance of wanting to win & being gracious in defeat, Alonso is SHIT at that & for a double WC thats pathetic.

“"McLaren in my soul"”

Since: Apr 07

Worcester, U.K

#19 Aug 8, 2007
Of course all drivers want to win but there is an issue of losing with humility & not crying, screaming & stamping. Only Alosno does that. He is the king of sore losers & thats no way for a double WC to behave.
paddywack

Larkhall, UK

#20 Aug 8, 2007
What has Hamilton done wrong.If you get into an F1 car the total object is to win. Not only the race but the championship. If Alonso had been leading on points which he is not then possiby there might have been a case of team tactics to protect his lead but we now have a viable contender to the throne and Mclaren were absolutely shameful in what they attempted and deserve what they get.Alonso should be told in no uncertain terms that you cannot win championships by sitting in a pit lane for 30 seconds. HE SHOULD HAVE STARTED FROM THE BACK ROW.

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