Posts Tagged ‘Lewis Hamilton’
22 Oct 2007: F1 season finale: McLaren to appeal FIA decision
It’s not over until the fat lady sings… McLaren are appealing against a decision by the FIA to take no action over three cars that were found to be running with fuel temperature irregularities.
22 Oct 2007: F1 season finale: ‘As you were, chaps,’ say stewards
The prospect of the closest F1 season in memory ending in recriminations and derision disappeared this evening when race stewards in Brazil decided not to punish BMW and Williams for rule-breaking over fuel temperatures.
Just when you thought this crazy season was over, it just got stranger.
“None of us are in pain, we feel great,” insisted Lewis Hamilton’s father Anthony at the end of a race that had seen his son lose the world championship but break every record in the book for a rookie.
It was, in the end, a day when everything went right for Kimi and wrong for Lewis, and nobody really bothered with the other bloke stuck in the middle.
21 Oct 2007: F1 season finale: Liveblog
Everybody sitting comfortably? The latest action from Interlagos. Press ‘refresh’ to make sure you’re looking at the very latest…
21 Oct 2007: F1: Hamilton does enough to stay favourite
Lewis Hamilton will not be sweeping majestically to the world championship from pole at the Brazilian Grand Prix tomorrow – but second place on the grid leaves him well positioned when the dogfight begins.
30 Sep 2007: F1: Hamilton splashes to the edge of glory
Brits on Pole returned from a wet week in a tent on Exmoor to find that Lewis Hamilton had also been playing in the rain and now stands a hair’s-breadth away from making history following the Japanese Grand Prix.
16 Sep 2007: F1: Hamilton ‘hasn’t given up on title’
Lewis Hamilton was left in no doubt whatsoever about his main rival for this year’s F1 drivers’ title after team-mate Fernando Alonso sent him flying off the race-track in the opening seconds of the Belgian Grand Prix.
15 Sep 2007: F1: expect first-corner charge, says Hamilton
McLaren may have ended up second best to rivals Ferrari off the track and in qualifying this week but neither Lewis Hamilton, nor anyone else in the team, is conceding that the Belgian Grand Prix itself will turn out the same way.