Posts Tagged ‘Lewis Hamilton’
19 May 2008: F1: reports of Hamilton backlash premature?
We’ve been taking quite seriously the idea that a huge backlash was under way against Lewis Hamilton in the UK. But maybe we were wrong. Stevenage’s finest son has, after all, just come second in a poll to determine the nation’s favourite celebrity.
13 May 2008: F1: who d’you think you are…
Keith Collantine, over at the F1 Fanatic blog, has had the wonderful experience of meeting and interviewing motor-racing legend Sir Stirling Moss.
13 May 2008: F1: gearing up for Monaco
The Monte Carlo Grand Prix remains our favourite race of the year – and we know that we’re hardly original in our choice. Small wonder then that, with the Monaco event less than two weeks away, the sport is already gearing up for its showcase fixture.
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.
13 May 2008: F1: Hamilton’s wirework not up to his driving
Part of being a top-flight sports star is presumably learning when to say no – and that’s a lesson which has come home to Lewis Hamilton after a stunt for sponsors left him red-faced and tongue-tied.
13 May 2008: F1: Hamilton in “territory of champions”
Lewis Hamilton’s been getting a fair bit of stick recently, so it was nice to read this analysis of his Turkish Grand Prix performance from Mark Blundell in The Telegraph.
Could the reason for McLaren’s relative lack of pace this season be down to the development moratorium imposed on certain aspects of the car following Spygate?