Brawn gives good advice to Hamilton

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Ross Brawn has been around a while.  He has seen some very good drivers come and go.  He shares his thoughts with BBS Sport.  I think Ross is spot on.  Lewis is brilliantly talented but there is a learning curve that he must go through and that curve may prevent him from a title last year, this year or maybe next year.  In the end, like all young talented drivers, Lewis must gain some patience and learn.  Focus on his driving and the rest will fall in place.  You can actually hear Ross’s advice here.

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BobHereYo
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Great advice from Ross Brawn who knows how champions grow and learn to become great champions with his experience with Michael Schumacher. Keep in mind, Michael was 25 when he won his first Driver’s Title and he started racing back in 1991, really 1992 full time. It took a few years for many of our most recent past champions Mika, Fernando, Kimi, Ayrton, Damon, Michael, Mansell with the exception of Jacques who fell into the perfect scenario with the best car on the grid but he was seasoned elsewhere with Cart/Indy 500 (I still remember the T-Bone at Phoenix from… Read more »
Lucas S.
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Lucas S.

Lewis wants everyting NOW, like many people who cant wait for anything. He really needs to take this to heart.

Lucas S.

BobHereYo
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In Lewis’s defense you only have so much time while your car is in the “Competitive Window” so you really do have to have that type of attitude. If you are Robert Kubica then you can take the baby steps approach because you know your car is on the upswing. But Lewis knows that his car is at the top but what you never know is how long it will stay at the top. Look at Renault, they owned F1 for two years, although they still had to battle Ferrari but now look at them on the outside of the… Read more »
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To add to Bob’s comment… If a driver doesn’t have that attitude, then he’ll never be a World Champion. Schumi was talented, but it was his attitude that made him a World Champion seven times. There’s tons of talent on the grid, and so the biggest difference between a Jarno Trulli and a Michael Schumacher is in many ways the fierce competitiveness, impetuousness and daring that only the best drivers have. That, and having a decent car, of course.