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    Thread: The Hamilton Report.......3.0v

    1. 04-02-2009 10:34 AM #51
      Quote, originally posted by kfzmeister »
      That has been reopened as well. Stay tuned, I bet his 10 grid penalt will be overturned....

      great to hear, fingers crossed.

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      04-03-2009 03:38 PM #52
      Quote, originally posted by jsmyle1%... »
      No one had said anything up until this point, so I figured what the heck!!
      So here ya go kfzmeister , yet another Hamilton thread!! [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

      Here's a bump for ya (just to keep your thread alive). Or is it just dying a slow death?
      Form is temporary; Class is permanent

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      04-03-2009 05:20 PM #53
      Quote, originally posted by kfzmeister »
      Here's a bump for ya (just to keep your thread alive). Or is it just dying a slow death?

      Uuuuuuuuuuuuuuugh........Ahhhhhhhhhhhhh.........oo ooooouch.......!!!!
      There's that shooting pain in my side again.........
      I have this vision of visiting the local sub shop ready to order my favorite Cheese Steak & Onions sub and the guy behind the counter asking me (in that accent):
      "Kyere forrrrr sum saalt, pepeeerrrr, oil, vinegaaar?"

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      04-09-2009 10:34 AM #54
      Wow, I had to dig pretty deep in the basement to grab this one to save it from a slow death
      An FIA source has mentioned that the questioning with Hamilton and Ryan turned "surreal" when they were played the radio transmissions of the race finish.
      As evidence at the hearing, a tape was played where Hamilton said in an interview that he was ordered to let him through. Both Hamilton and Ryan were noticibly uncomfortable, yet continued to insist that the words heard on the tapes did not mean what they appeared. Both continued to explain that no orders were given to let Trulli pass. Even when asked if Hamilton purposefully slowed down to let Trulli pass, he repeadetly said no.
      Even Charlie Whiting said that during Melbourne's hearing, Hamilton on numerous occasions denied letting Trulli through.
      I really am starting to believe that McLaren could seriously be excluded from another Constructors Championship.
      That means that Hamilton could have a loooong season ahead. I would hate to be in his position with such a turd of a car to top it off.
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      04-09-2009 01:05 PM #55
      Well there is one comment Bernie made a while back in March for which I'll have to agree now: He was accusing McLaren to rob Lewis Hamilton his personality. In other word, Lewis had a lack of personality because of McLaren.
      Wow, was he right! If Lewis lied to the FIA because the Team asked him to then yes, Lewis is a puppet.
      Because of what would have happen if this lie was not exposed (Trulli loosing points), I for one think it is not forgivable.
      To lie to get an advantage; sure.
      To lie and get a competitor penalized; no way!
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      There is something about a hatch with a big engine that makes it fun.
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      So either you are not interested in being the fastest around the track, or you measure your manhood by being able to press a clutch pedal..

    6. 04-14-2009 02:01 PM #56
      Los Angeles, CA (BANG) - Nicole Scherzinger wants to record an album with Lewis Hamilton. The *****cat Dolls singer has persuaded her Formula One World Champion racing driver boyfriend to perform a duet with her, but is worried his voice isn't good enough.
      She said: "He thinks he can sing - I think that's my fault! We will probably end up in the studio together. That will be great."
      "He knows the words to 'Don't Cha' and is a big *****cat Dolls fan so singing together will be so much fun."
      The 30-year-old star - who has been dating Lewis for around a year - can't wait to spend quality studio time with her lover.
      She said: "It's so hard sometimes. We are both in different places, but he likes to surprise me and turn up at shows which is so sweet."
      "I do love him and feel very lucky to have found him. He is totally supportive of me as I am of his career."
      Lewis has had a bad start to the 2009 racing season. The 24-year-old British driver was disqualified from the Australian Grand Prix last month after misleading race stewards.
      He later made a public apology and is said to have considered quitting the sport.
      He must be poompoom whipped..

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      04-14-2009 02:51 PM #57
      I'm gonna throw up....
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    8. 04-14-2009 03:12 PM #58
      Quote, originally posted by vdubjb »
      Los Angeles, CA (BANG) - Nicole Scherzinger wants to record an album with Lewis Hamilton. The *****cat Dolls singer has persuaded her Formula One World Champion racing driver boyfriend to perform a duet with her, but is worried his voice isn't good enough.
      She said: "He thinks he can sing - I think that's my fault! We will probably end up in the studio together. That will be great."
      "He knows the words to 'Don't Cha' and is a big *****cat Dolls fan so singing together will be so much fun."
      The 30-year-old star - who has been dating Lewis for around a year - can't wait to spend quality studio time with her lover.
      She said: "It's so hard sometimes. We are both in different places, but he likes to surprise me and turn up at shows which is so sweet."
      "I do love him and feel very lucky to have found him. He is totally supportive of me as I am of his career."
      Lewis has had a bad start to the 2009 racing season. The 24-year-old British driver was disqualified from the Australian Grand Prix last month after misleading race stewards.
      He later made a public apology and is said to have considered quitting the sport.
      He must be poompoom whipped..

      She's such a hot slutbag succubus.... But I'd hit it like I just came offa Rikers from a 20 year solitary bid!

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      04-14-2009 03:33 PM #59
      Quote, originally posted by vdubjb »
      ......
      He must be poompoom whipped..



    10. 04-15-2009 10:07 AM #60
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    11. 04-29-2009 10:38 AM #61

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      04-29-2009 11:53 AM #62
      Quote, originally posted by Kidstar »


    13. 05-06-2009 01:16 PM #63
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      Rule #1 has been neglected in this thread...

    14. 05-06-2009 01:33 PM #64
      Quote, originally posted by gizmopop »

      Rule #1 has been neglected in this thread...

      Which is?

    15. 05-06-2009 02:18 PM #65
      Quote, originally posted by Kidstar »
      Which is?

      I think he means the gheyness must stop now.

    16. 05-06-2009 09:17 PM #66
      http://www.celebs101.com/image...V.jpg bigassed pic of a rather thick Nicole.

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      05-07-2009 12:41 AM #67
      He could do better than that except if he was a virgin when he had her....

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      05-07-2009 12:56 AM #68
      Who said they did it? I think he still is.
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    19. 05-07-2009 03:12 PM #69
      Quote, originally posted by vdubjb »
      http://www.celebs101.com/image...V.jpg bigassed pic of a rather thick Nicole.

      Rather thick? No wonder teenage girls all over are starving themselves. Think before you talk/type. I hope you're kidding. She's probably maxin out at 110-115 lb tops.


      Modified by DubbyDriver at 2:14 PM 5-7-2009

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      05-07-2009 03:41 PM #70
      Quote, originally posted by DubbyDriver »
      Rather thick? No wonder teenage girls all over are starving themselves. Think before you talk/type. I hope you're kidding. She's probably maxin out at 110-115 lb tops.

      Modified by DubbyDriver at 2:14 PM 5-7-2009

      [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]
      I luvmesumphickness!!
      But, back on topic.....

    21. 05-11-2009 12:50 PM #71
      Quote, originally posted by DubbyDriver »
      Rather thick? No wonder teenage girls all over are starving themselves. Think before you talk/type. I hope you're kidding. She's probably maxin out at 110-115 lb tops.

      Modified by DubbyDriver at 2:14 PM 5-7-2009

      Tell him! Cause I'm not trying to call nutten thick under 140!

    22. 05-12-2009 10:44 AM #72
      ha ha. I hope he is trying to pull a Ted Kennedy..

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      05-12-2009 10:58 AM #73
      Hey, that looks like Red Bull colors!!!!!
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    24. 05-12-2009 11:23 AM #74
      This really has to stop. http://guanabee.com/2009/05/sp...ilton

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      05-16-2009 05:37 PM #75
      Great article!
      Quote, originally posted by J. Allen »
      Why Hamilton’s fallen out of love with F1
      May 16, 2009 by James Allen
      You will have seen some of the interviews Lewis Hamilton did this week, on Reuters, in the Times and on the BBC.
      The Times one caught my eye because it was an open expression of regret that Formula 1 has become a job and that he does not enjoy the political environment around him.

      Hamilton has slotted into the space left vacant by Michael Schumacher in Formula 1, clearly massively talented, unloved by his fellow drivers and always seeming to find himself tangled up in controversies. Senna occupied that space before Schumacher.
      The Times interview reveals the state of mind of the driver in the third season of his F1 career. He is weary of the politics, no longer enjoys the banter with the media, he is on his guard, feeling caged and also unfulfilled because his car isn’t fast enough to get him in the game.
      “It doesn’t feel so good,” he said, “Getting up in the morning and knowing you can’t win that weekend no matter how hard you drive or how good a job you or the team does.
      “It’s hard to take but it’s a fact and you have to deal with it. You just have to adjust your expectations and find new goals.”
      In other words he now finds himself in the same position as most drivers in F1, who have no chance of winning a race, even though their career up to F1 was probably gilded with victories and championships. Hamilton described some of these drivers as ‘the monkeys at the back’ last season and that went down like a cup of cold sick. Few have any sympathy for him now.
      In Spain last weekend he found out how it felt to be at the back, lapped by Jenson Button in the closing stages of the race.
      “I have known Jenson since I was 10 years old, ” continues Hamilton. “He has had some tough tough years and I think I can appreciate that even more after this year exactly how he felt. I have a huge amount of respect for how he dealt with it all.”
      What is happening at the moment with Hamilton is that he is having to rebuild relationships. Imagine a telephone switchboard, with loads of leads plugged in all over the place. Well Hamilton is unplugging all the leads and taking care over how he plugs them back in again. It is a root and branch reconstruction of some of the key relationships which make up the ebb and flow of his F1 life; his relationship with his team after the lying episode in Melbourne and the human damage which ensued, his relationship with the media, his relationship with his fellow drivers.
      The media one is a perpetual battle. Hamilton will have hated being made to go in front of the press in Malaysia to apologise for lying. It worked well and most of the media respected him for doing it, but the trouble now is that whenever he finds himself in the middle of another controversy, there will be the inevitable, “Are you going to apologise, Lewis?”

      Exactly the same thing happened with Schumacher. He tired of dealing with the media and always refused to give them what they wanted, when they demanded apologies for things. He was stubborn like that. I bet Lewis will be the same.
      Schumacher, despite in later years growing to hate his dealings with the media, was very professional and always did what he had to do, always gave an answer. He found a coping mode, which got him through to the end of his career. He was extremely well advised by Sabine Kehm, a former F1 editor on the German equivalent of the Times.
      Lewis has his Dad and the McLaren media department to help him, but no-one who’s done the Fleet Street nasty stuff and who is there to look after his interests alone. He’s lost out because of that, no question.
      Lately he’s been trying the disrespectful grunt or monosyllabic answer, particularly to the Fleet Street tabloid contingent and it has got him no-where. They are a thick skinned lot, however, and he will be a big story as long as he stays in F1. I am sure Lewis will slot into ‘Schumacher media mode’ too, once he’s unplugged the leads and plugged them back in again, figuring out out who are the good guys and who are the bad.
      To be reworking relationships across so many sectors at once seems to be taking a lot on. At least he has the mental space and time for that this year. He’s not under pressure for the title race. The car isn’t going to give him much this season, it will improve, but it’s one of those McLarens that doesn’t really work, so he’ll be ‘polishing a turd ‘ as racing folk have it, for the rest of the season.
      Let’s hope the same cannot be said for his relationship rebuilding exercise.
      Form is temporary; Class is permanent

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