Hamilton not dreaming of Ferrari switch

Hamilton not dreaming of Ferrari switch

There are 198 comments on the F1-live.com story from Oct 25, 2009, titled Hamilton not dreaming of Ferrari switch. In it, F1-live.com reports that:

Lewis Hamilton does not share Fernando Alonso's dream of driving in Formula One with Ferrari.

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“Is that Banjo Music I hear ...”

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#184 Nov 24, 2009
Montoya4ever wrote:
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he he he ... wishes and half truths again ... he he ... I can almost see your trembling fingers when you wrote this ...
it is Christmas soon Luis, let poor premature have his wish list .... just this once .... oh yes, and it wasn't just his fingers trembling ...
f1premier

Montréal, Canada

#185 Nov 24, 2009
redneck Bob from Atlanta wrote:
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it is Christmas soon Luis, let poor premature have his wish list .... just this once .... oh yes, and it wasn't just his fingers trembling ...
Correction redbob only one person is entitled to a Christmas wish this early.

and the lucky winner is ..........Jenson Button.

Shit!! and it seems he has asked for a Chance to be Lewis Hamilton's number 2 plus an autograph.
He even turned down 8 million Quid! I must be dreaming....Hahahahaaha.

Having said that, here is your Iq test, see if ur still fit to post on Topix (glad you are back from Jail to take it).

In matters relating to formula 1 are you going to beleive:

a) Jeson Button current formula 1 world Champion bowing down to Lewis Hamilton - MBE ,2008 F1 Champ,2006 Gp2 Champ,2005 F3 Euroseries,.......

or

b) Montoya-4-ever-stuck in the past.

Show us how smart you are!
gwo

Madrid, Spain

#186 Nov 24, 2009
Battle'll be Button-Hamilton-Alonso? Pls some1 nlighten me? Why write this way?

“Just love F1”

Since: Oct 07

Benavidez, Tigre

#187 Nov 24, 2009
f1premier wrote:
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Correction redbob only one person is entitled to a Christmas wish this early.
and the lucky winner is ..........Jenson Button.
Shit!! and it seems he has asked for a Chance to be Lewis Hamilton's number 2 plus an autograph.
He even turned down 8 million Quid! I must be dreaming....Hahahahaaha.
Having said that, here is your Iq test, see if ur still fit to post on Topix (glad you are back from Jail to take it).
In matters relating to formula 1 are you going to beleive:
a) Jeson Button current formula 1 world Champion bowing down to Lewis Hamilton - MBE ,2008 F1 Champ,2006 Gp2 Champ,2005 F3 Euroseries,.......
or
b) Montoya-4-ever-stuck in the past.
Show us how smart you are!
.. funny ... very funny ...

Maybe ... you weren't born ... but I give you this:
P Smith

Taoyüan, Taiwan

#188 Nov 26, 2009
barry peers wrote:
<quoted text>wow its the penis again to start with who was in the fastest car in 98 and 99 hakinen u penis mclaren won wc and cc a well nown fact the mclaren was superior no2 penis goodyear unfortunateley left f1 the tyres were sliks when grooves were introduced in 99 no3 penis it doesnt matter what the regs impossed by the fia they apply to all wether in 99 or2010 so what is your point penis
First, speak English if you want to be taken seriously.

Second, your obsession with penises says everything about you and nothing about me. Come out of the closet if you're that obsessed.
barry peers

Leicester, UK

#189 Nov 26, 2009
P Smith wrote:
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First, speak English if you want to be taken seriously.
Second, your obsession with penises says everything about you and nothing about me. Come out of the closet if you're that obsessed.
congradulations u have earned the name penis smith with saying such things as schumacher had the best car in 1999 amoungts other none truths u go and check your book of stats or rip it up penis

“On I Burn!”

Since: Dec 07

Brisbane, Australia

#190 Nov 26, 2009
Montoya4ever wrote:
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.. funny ... very funny ...
Maybe ... you weren't born ... but I give you this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =2VjPPuias1kXX
Hey Monty! I thought you would enjoy watching this! Fangio Vs Brabham in Australia 1978.You can see how excited the Aussie crowd was because Fangio was there!

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

“Just love F1”

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Benavidez, Tigre

#191 Nov 26, 2009
Yeah ... incredible ... you see "El Chueco" setting there before the start and it's already a great moment !!!.. great video !

“On I Burn!”

Since: Dec 07

Brisbane, Australia

#192 Nov 26, 2009
and they are driving like they never left F1! Jack was 52 at the time and Fangio 66!!

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#194 Nov 27, 2009
Go Fernando Go wrote:
and they are driving like they never left F1! Jack was 52 at the time and Fangio 66!!
GFG,True,but with todays cars and technology and forces on the body of a driver, if he could stand the forces and be fit enough,wouldn't recover quikly enough as todays drivers can. You think how much help they have taining and prepairing for a race/season,just to be able to drive one of these cars for two hours which was not needed back then. The cornering speeds have gone sky high which must be the big change over those times of Fangio,Moss etc.

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#195 Nov 27, 2009
Just to let everyone know;

German car manufacturer BMW has provisionally agreed to sell its BMW Sauber Formula 1 team back to team founder Peter Sauber.

The move comes after BMW cancelled plans to sell to Qadbank Investments.

Sauber, who retained a 20% stake in the team when he sold it to BMW in 2005, will take complete control if they are allowed to race next season.

The team is not guaranteed a place on the 2010 grid because they failed to sign the Concorde Agreement in July.

BMW Sauber lost their guaranteed place on the grid to Lotus, however, Toyota's decision to leave F1 earlier this month has opened up a space on the grid.

The sport's governing body, the FIA, is yet to confirm the team as the 13th entry for next season - the official entry list will be published on Monday, 30 November - but it is likely that Sauber's entry will be accepted given its history and reputation in the sport.

But 66-year-old Sauber, who entered F1 with his team in 1993, said: "I am convinced that the new team has a very good future in F1, whose current transformation with new framework conditions will benefit the private teams.
barry peers

Silverstone, UK

#196 Nov 27, 2009
Gazzuk wrote:
Just to let everyone know;
German car manufacturer BMW has provisionally agreed to sell its BMW Sauber Formula 1 team back to team founder Peter Sauber.
The move comes after BMW cancelled plans to sell to Qadbank Investments.
Sauber, who retained a 20% stake in the team when he sold it to BMW in 2005, will take complete control if they are allowed to race next season.
The team is not guaranteed a place on the 2010 grid because they failed to sign the Concorde Agreement in July.hi gaz what will he do if they arent allowed to race ha ha
BMW Sauber lost their guaranteed place on the grid to Lotus, however, Toyota's decision to leave F1 earlier this month has opened up a space on the grid.
The sport's governing body, the FIA, is yet to confirm the team as the 13th entry for next season - the official entry list will be published on Monday, 30 November - but it is likely that Sauber's entry will be accepted given its history and reputation in the sport.
But 66-year-old Sauber, who entered F1 with his team in 1993, said: "I am convinced that the new team has a very good future in F1, whose current transformation with new framework conditions will benefit the private teams.
hi gaz what will he do if they arent allowed to race then
barry peers

Silverstone, UK

#197 Nov 27, 2009
the deal with bernie is already done only a fool wud buy into a team without a slot on the grid ha ha

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#198 Nov 27, 2009
barry peers wrote:
<quoted text>hi gaz what will he do if they arent allowed to race then
Barry interesting thought and in that case he has bought a dead duck lol,but hey surely he will get given the Toyota place which has yet to be filled next season????

“Just love F1”

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Benavidez, Tigre

#199 Nov 28, 2009
Gazzuk wrote:
<quoted text>GFG,True,but with todays cars and technology and forces on the body of a driver, if he could stand the forces and be fit enough,wouldn't recover quikly enough as todays drivers can. You think how much help they have taining and prepairing for a race/season,just to be able to drive one of these cars for two hours which was not needed back then. The cornering speeds have gone sky high which must be the big change over those times of Fangio,Moss etc.
cornering speeds ????... where ?

“Just love F1”

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Benavidez, Tigre

#200 Nov 28, 2009
... the high speed corners are the ones we had from the past !!! The new tracks hardly have any !

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#201 Nov 28, 2009
Montoya4ever wrote:
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cornering speeds ????... where ?
Luis,please,I'm looking at the G-forces in todays F1 which didn't exsist in the earlier days. I should of said about the braking in todays F1,going back then you could get away with not being fit,not like today.

“Is that Banjo Music I hear ...”

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#202 Dec 1, 2009
f1premier wrote:
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Correction redbob only one person is entitled to a Christmas wish this early.
and the lucky winner is ..........Jenson Button.
Shit!! and it seems he has asked for a Chance to be Lewis Hamilton's number 2 plus an autograph.
He even turned down 8 million Quid! I must be dreaming....Hahahahaaha.
Having said that, here is your Iq test, see if ur still fit to post on Topix (glad you are back from Jail to take it).
In matters relating to formula 1 are you going to beleive:
a) Jeson Button current formula 1 world Champion bowing down to Lewis Hamilton - MBE ,2008 F1 Champ,2006 Gp2 Champ,2005 F3 Euroseries,.......
or
b) Montoya-4-ever-stuck in the past.
Show us how smart you are!
from where I stand dumbass, Lewis is just the Ex champion, the current and reigning champ is Jenson, so if there is to be any bowing ....

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