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

    1. 03-30-2009 02:34 PM #26
      Quote, originally posted by fasmnkyb »
      Just seems like some pretty lame penalties were handed out. You don't think?

      Where were you last year?
      1st race, and the sheets come out? You "fans" are hysterical. Even when the rules, enrich a consumate performance, as long as it's Hamilton, it's somehow up for more discussion as to whether he deserves it? Genius...
      It matter not what I think.... Apparently, you think otherwise.

    2. 03-30-2009 02:35 PM #27
      Quote, originally posted by fasmnkyb »
      Although I'm gonna take a wild guess and say you don't believe Timo Glock tanked it for Hamilton in the last race last year.

      No.

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      03-30-2009 08:28 PM #28
      I am a Hamilton fan boy and I think he had a great race. He showed that he has matured.
      He knew he couldn't win, ran his own race and got a solid result.
      His overtaking was clean, well executed and successful. what wasn't there to like!
      Oh, and by the way.... Glock's overtake on the outside (on Alonso I think..) was AWESOME.
      Reminded me of Glock and Hamilton going at it in GP2 a few years back.
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    4. 03-30-2009 08:45 PM #29
      Newbie poster here,
      Lewis Hamilton being third is a kill, yes he drove well, but aside from the unique Mc Claren problem, the race/win was handed to him. It was not a triumph over some problems that everybody seem to have. Trulli deserve the win, & being snatched away from him like that is wrong, robbing the victory from some one who work harder than Lewis. Poor Trulli
      I think Hamilton will be a great driver, but he has a string of goodluck that came with his drive(he got in when MClaren was considered the number 1 team or the strongest team) - which nullifies any "great driver" title - as yet. Who knows this year even if he does not become WDC, maybe he can show that he has the character of being one of the best F1 driver. 07 & 08 did not show that, sorry. Schumi took three years to become a dominant driver - & that is not because he join first hand the 1 team in F1.
      Just a piece of my mind - PEACE
      -- A big Button Fan - but would root for anyone against Ferrari, but I am also a big Raikkonen - damn what a dilemma

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      03-30-2009 08:58 PM #30
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      1st race, and the sheets come out?

      Kid, I like ya, but you and at least two other people on this forum need some therapy. If this comment means what I think, and i believe I do, how do you come off making comments like that?
      It's like you guys wait for anything remotely suggestive of race comments and then you attack. wtf?
      Nobody on here makes any race comments but you and like i mentioned two other people.
      Why don't you leave obvious isht like that out of it?
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    6. 03-30-2009 10:08 PM #31
      Quote, originally posted by Kidstar »
      Where were you last year?
      1st race, and the sheets come out? You "fans" are hysterical. Even when the rules, enrich a consumate performance, as long as it's Hamilton, it's somehow up for more discussion as to whether he deserves it? Genius...
      It matter not what I think.... Apparently, you think otherwise.

      I'm inclined to agree. Hamilton sits out Qualifying because of a mechanical and people who obviously didn't bother watching qualifying begin to speculate about how he is such a cocky bastard to sit out quali. It's not a position a reasonable person could take. =
      Quote, originally posted by fasmnkyb »
      Although I'm gonna take a wild guess and say you don't believe Timo Glock tanked it for Hamilton in the last race last year.

      To believe anything else would really be showing a lack of knowledge in how tires work in the wet. Try competing in motospsort in the wet, you might get it.
      I'm niether a huge Lewis fan nor a hater. The guy has skills and is one of the best in the field. Soem people seem motivated to slag for reasons that don't make sense. Going from 18th to the top 10 in 5 laps is a gift! No way he exhibited any skill in picking his way through the pileup that cuaght up everyone else. If it was Kimi half of these detractors would be going nuts over it.

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      03-30-2009 11:16 PM #32
      Quote, originally posted by kfzmeister »
      Kid, I like ya, but you and at least two other people on this forum need some therapy. If this comment means what I think, and i believe I do, how do you come off making comments like that?
      It's like you guys wait for anything remotely suggestive of race comments and then you attack. wtf?
      Nobody on here makes any race comments but you and like i mentioned two other people.
      Why don't you leave obvious isht like that out of it?

      I agree. [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]
      Where he comes up with that whole "white sheet" inference really bugs me too sometimes. I think that even he would probably agree that therapy or self help might be in order on occasion.
      On a side note and somewhat off tangent, I have two questions to ask you kz:
      1. When you wrote "you guys," what exactly did you mean?
      2. Who are the "two other people"?
      *EDIT*
      Now...now kzmeister, before you get your Ferrari red panties all twisted and bunched up, you know I am totally messin' with you right? If not for the internet and geography, we'd probably all be a part of the same F1 group that meets at the local indoor karting track and then switches venues to watch each F1 race!....all while talking the same smack....
      And besides, you, my friend, were the inspiration for me creating yet another Hamilton thread. That way, the topic is concentrated in one central area and less likely to pollute the other threads.
      We're off to another great F1 season here on the 'Tex.

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      03-30-2009 11:45 PM #33
      I see the Gwan yoot back-up has arrived. One left to chime in here.
      And whatchu-mean-by Ferrari panties? I'm loyal to wherever the Kimster drives, but am a secret admirer of the best in the field! Wait til he drives for the Big Reds next year!
      Here's what Allen wrote about him in Melbourne:
      Alonso was very impressive, fired up and instructing his engineers on how he saw the race unfolding and what options to think about on strategy. He leads, without a doubt.
      Form is temporary; Class is permanent

    9. 03-31-2009 03:26 AM #34
      Quote, originally posted by kfzmeister »
      Kid, I like ya, but you and at least two other people on this forum need some therapy. If this comment means what I think, and i believe I do, how do you come off making comments like that?
      It's like you guys wait for anything remotely suggestive of race comments and then you attack. wtf?
      Nobody on here makes any race comments but you and like i mentioned two other people.
      Why don't you leave obvious isht like that out of it?

      For you my honorary Jamaican, I will...

      That's why you get my props...

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      03-31-2009 11:41 AM #35
      Quote, originally posted by Kidstar »
      For you my honorary Jamaican, I will...

      Here's you in my headlock and me givin' u a noogie.
      Gwaaaaan!
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    11. 03-31-2009 12:00 PM #36
      The real tragedy of the season is him stating he wants to have children w/ his groupie gf. His father must be working harder than the team is on a rear diffuser..

    12. 03-31-2009 12:46 PM #37
      Quote, originally posted by vdubjb »
      The real tragedy of the season is him stating he wants to have children w/ his groupie gf. His father must be working harder than the team is on a rear diffuser..

      Kids?! talk about losing focus on racing lol on the pops working comment as well.

    13. 04-01-2009 04:35 PM #38
      http://www.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/74137 Oh man. I hope that trophy isnt anywhere hard to find. The FIA is trulli, a joke..

    14. 04-01-2009 05:29 PM #39
      Quote, originally posted by vdubjb »
      http://www.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/74137 Oh man. I hope that trophy isnt anywhere hard to find. The FIA is trulli, a joke..

      Definitely a joke....

    15. 04-01-2009 05:49 PM #40
      i'm reading all of these post.... makes me wonder if i was the only one that watched the damn race...
      haters are a dime a dozen... try being an adult, and maybe thinking about it before you try spouting off racial comments .... OMG... at the very least keep it to yourself


      Modified by AntDeezy at 3:05 PM 4-1-2009
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      04-01-2009 08:17 PM #41
      Quote, originally posted by Kidstar »
      Definitely a joke....

      I don't think this has the makings of an April fool's joke.
      I actually heard something about Lewis slowing down like he had a problem and Trulli subsequently passed him.
      Could get interesting.
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      04-01-2009 11:39 PM #42
      Check this out from james Allen's blog. Could be huge.
      Hamilton could be in trouble in Malaysia
      April 1, 2009 by James Allen
      A story has just appeared on the Auto Motor und Sport website in Germany, which could have explosive consequences for Lewis Hamilton and McLaren this weekend.
      It is written by Michael Schmidt, who is one of the most respected journalists in F1.
      The gist of the article is that Lewis Hamilton may have some explaining to do to the stewards, for what he said to them in Melbourne, which led to him deposing Jarno Trulli for third place.
      The story is headlined “Did Hamilton tell the truth?”.
      “Possibly the exclusion of Jarno Trulli in the season opener in Melbourne must be reopened. Doubts have emerged whether the beneficiary Lewis Hamilton told the truth to the hearing.
      “Trulli drove past Hamilton between the turns 4 and 5. The Toyota driver said that Hamilton so strongly deviated from the racing line that he thought Hamilton had a problem. Under these circumstances passing him would be permitted. Hamilton denied the allegation of intentionally slow driving. He changed line, because he was busy reading off the Safety Car instructions on the dashboard display.”
      But after examining this, the stewards have apparently discovered that at that point in time and on the circuit, the dash display would have been cleared and there was nothing more on the display, which could have diverted Hamilton.
      The story continues: “The central issue however to be gleaned is whether the team instructed Hamilton to drive intentionally slowly. Hamilton answered in the negative. However after the race the following story circulated: Hamilton is said to have told a reporter that the team told him over radio to let Trulli through again,”
      The story then develops: “This contradiction brought the FIA officials to listen once again to the recordings of the radio traffic. Although there is no statement from official sources, speculation increases that the stewards from Melbourne will be reconvened in Malaysia.
      “There are two scenarios. If Hamilton, from ignorance of the rules, let Trulli by, then Trulli would be given back his points and could be restored to third place. Hamilton would then be fourth. But if it should turn out that he did not tell the truth to the stewards, then there could be serious consequences, possibly exclusion from the results. Also in this case Trulli would be again third.”
      It sounds like Lewis will either end up losing a point, or all of his points. If the stewards find that he misled them, he may face carrying a suspended ban over his head for a while, or worse….

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    18. 04-02-2009 02:34 AM #43
      Quote, originally posted by kfzmeister »
      Check this out from james Allen's blog. Could be huge.

      They're gonna make it huge....

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      04-02-2009 08:14 AM #44
      So much for April fool's day.......
      I'm just gonna sit back and watch you guys flame away....
      WOW....just WOW!!!

    20. 04-02-2009 09:09 AM #45
      Maybe the FIA are comprised of former Philadelphia and Texas police officers...

    21. 04-02-2009 09:34 AM #46
      Total role model FAIL. I guess he will do absolutely anything to win. Even sell his soul.

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      04-02-2009 09:43 AM #47
      "He" being Ron Dennis, the Team Manager, Race Strategist or Hamilton?
      Ahhhh.......it doesn't really matter at this point.
      A complete comedy of errors!!
      Taking a page outta NASCAR: "You ain't racin' if you ain't cheatin'".....or was it "Rubbin's Racin'"?.....or was it "You're not cheatin' until you get caught."????

    23. 04-02-2009 09:44 AM #48
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      Total role model FAIL. I guess he will do absolutely anything to win. Even sell his soul.

      Crack kills...

    24. 04-02-2009 09:51 AM #49
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      Total role model FAIL. I guess he will do absolutely anything to win. Even sell his soul.


      Pretty well every race car driver is get used to it. Vettel will learn too.

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      04-02-2009 10:06 AM #50
      Quote, originally posted by dubsix »

      Pretty well every race car driver is get used to it. Vettel will learn too.

      That has been reopened as well. Stay tuned, I bet his 10 grid penalt will be overturned....
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