Posts Tagged ‘GPDA’
17 Oct 2008: F1: So, is Hamilton a menace on the track?
It’s the eve of the Chinese Grand Prix, a race at which this year’s drivers’ championship could be decided, and it’s been greeted with a press backlash against Lewis Hamilton. The subject? Whether or not his driving style is so aggressive as to be dangerous.
12 Sep 2008: F1: McLaren’s Belgian GP appeal date is set
The date has been set for the FIA’s International Court of Appeal to hear McLaren’s case for reinstating Lewis Hamilton.
13 May 2008: F1: now Massa joins Hamilton in shunning GPDA
An article in today’s Independent does Lewis Hamilton little credit, suggesting as it does that he won’t support the Grand Prix Drivers’ Association because he rather petulantly doesn’t want to pay the fees.
18 Mar 2008: F1: Stewart predicts major crash is due
Former F1 world champion Sir Jackie Stewart has made an uncompromising call for young, successful drivers like Lewis Hamilton and Kimi Raikkonen to help maintain the sport’s impressive safety record. He says the gap of nearly 14 years since a driver was killed has led to complacency – and that, when a serious accident inevitably happens, the current crop of youngsters will be unable to deal with the consequences.