Lewis Hamilton lashed out at race stewards for focusing on him and applying two penalties in today’s Monaco Grand Prix. He was very frustrated and drove aggressively to match his mood. Prior to the race, you could see/read his frustration with other drivers (he accused of blocking him) and McLaren’s tactics during qualifying. It was not a happy weekend for the British world champion.

After the race, Hamitlon was interviewed by the BBC in which he said:

“It’s an absolute frickin’ joke,” he said. “I’ve been to see the stewards five times out of six this season.”

Asked why that was the case, he said apparently in jest: “Maybe it’s because I’m black. That’s what Ali G says.”

Lewis was certainly frustrated and parroting a phrase that was meant as a joke is not a big deal but the issue is very sensitive as Hamilton has faced some racism in the sport. F1 was incensed when some Spanish F1 fans showed up for a practice session with black face paint mocking Lewis and then FIA president adopted a zero tolerance policy in F1 for racism.

In fact, many Lewis Hamilton fans were outraged and called for the race to be boycotted and even leveled off at Spanish driver Fernando Alonso because he didn’t denounce the actions of his countrymen strongly enough.

How do you see Lewis’s on and off track behavior this weekend? Is his new management failing to take appropriate steps or is this simply a bad weekend for a young man who made a joke in a forum that really isn’t accepting of such humor? Much to do about nothing?

Racists comment aside, should the stewards have done more such as a grid penalty for Canada? Come to think of it, I believe that is still a penalty at their disposal in the waning laps of a race.

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George TheCar
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George TheCar

Lewis can’t understand why the world isn’t going his way but the world is never fair as Alonzhole found when he was at McLaren.

Suck it up Lewis or you’re next for NASCAR Miss Kimi that much?

Makana
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Makana

The stewards should definitely do more. The problem is that he thinks he’s aggressive and smashing but by who’s standards! Di Resta held his hand up for the same mistake – is Lewis untouchable because he’s a super star! Reprimands and useless penalties will never get him to think twice. He’s making a BIG show out of it: I’m the Hero, I’m the Victim, I’m the fastest and they’re stopping me BooHoo – this isn’t F1, not even NASCAR – that’s WWF.

Edo
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Edo

+1 for extra penalty for Canada because of his driving today. Other stuff it was just frustration, bad joke and bad timing!

Kiril Varbanov
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Kiril Varbanov

I don’t care about the racist jokes, as I’ve never been into colors much, I mean, I really don’t care if his skin is even pink. However, he thinks he’s a great super star, and everyone should make him way ? 10 positions back at Canada, and he’ll stop thinking that the wolds spins around him. Honestly, Lewis, what have you been thinking ? Massa was doing pretty good race for the time being, the guy is fighting for his place at Scuderia, and you attacked him at the most difficult place in the world ? Haven’t you been watching… Read more »

habibif1
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habibif1

He could not control his aggression and crossed the lines from overtaking to crashing. For my point of view, he seemed to have carried some frustrations from the Spain GP to this weekend. He should be frustrated with his team for screwing up quali yesterday and gearing rations in Spain. Instead he has been going around blaming everyone.

I think he should have gotten a penalty for the Canadian GP for his move on Maldonado, and I hope the FIA slaps his with a huge fine ( even up to banning him from Montreal) for his stupid comment.

Michael
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Michael

Saw the actually interview. Hamilton was totally out of line. Both incidents were his fault. Then again he has been blaming others every since he came into F1 whenever thIngs go wrong. The FIA should slap his wrist publically.

THAT STUPID GUY
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THAT STUPID GUY

Since you saw the interview you should know it was a joke and not out of line at all. I completely disagree with most people here claiming he’s done the worst thing ever.

Luigi
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Luigi

It was a joke and it was off track. We shouldn´t mix things up…

John P
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John P

Lewis’s comments were a bit immature, certainly. He seems to have trouble accepting blame for anything that goes wrong, which is not the right way to succeed in life. I do agree with his point that the fans want exciting battle on track, and that penalising drivers for “avoidable accidents” does nothing to encourage aggressive racing. And besides, we fans are always moaning that drivers act like robots, spouting bland corporate speak, yet we act outraged when a driver really speaks his mind! I don’t agree with everything Lewis said, but if that’s how he felt, I defend his right… Read more »

Mauin
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Mauin

Totally agree with you here! The interview was out of line and he will definitely regret it tomorrow. 10 minutes later in German TV he chose not to say anything to the incidents which was probably wiser. We want to see close battles, opportunistic passing and fighting, but if these close battles most of the time result in penalties, why not wait for the DRS Zone (which in Monaco of course is not a factor, but on other tracks) and make some DRS fly-by passes? For the drivers that would be the safer way of overtaking, no penalties, no split… Read more »

PositiveCaster
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PositiveCaster

Hammy can certainly say what he likes but we have the option to agree or, in this case, disagree. The right to free speech does not include a right to make me listen to or agree w/what is said. That part of the equation is often forgotten…

mini696
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mini696

He doesn’t just have trouble accepting blame. He point blank refuses to take any form of responsibility.

You know he is getting desperate to find a scapegoat when he blames racisim.

Who’s next? God?

Scholesy
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Scholesy

Since when did wanting people to speak their mind make driving and acting like a tool okay?

ImpossiblyLate
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ImpossiblyLate

Agree.

JV4F1
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JV4F1

Disagree

alexf65
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alexf65

I think Lewis is a true racer and most of other around the tracks are just drivers. Unfortunately FIA is acting in a way that they punish the racers and help the drivers. This is not F1 is female volleyball.
I like to watch the racers, I like aggressive driving because that’s F1. FIA is behavior is just ridiculous.

Luigi
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Luigi

I´m sorry Alex, but Hamilton took two guys out yesterday. What would have happened if we had five “racers” driving yesterday? How many drivers and racers would have finished the race?

JV4F1
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JV4F1

? What if we had five drivers? I don’t know, probably the same thing that happened at Indianapolis when we had three teams racing… What if we had 100 drivers? What kind of argument is this? I agree with Alex. Just because its Monaco doesn’t mean that if a driver gets caught behind someone slower they should just sit there and be happy they get to be in F1. If Maldonaldo gives him a window to get inside of him on a corner and then decides after the car’s half way alongside him to close that window, he gets to… Read more »

Formulasfera
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Formulasfera

Some people love Kobashashi style, but does not accept Lewis aggressive driving style. But what if drivers like Massa, Schumacher, Webber also have agressive drives to “defending” positions? It’s easier for some reason to slam the driver behind for being agressive, but that solution is not about racing, having overtakes and a big show.

So Massa is frustrated with Lewis, sorry, to be a nice guy is not enough for the show and sometimes you win, sometimes you lose (Monza 2010 for exemple, or Singapure 2010). Maldonado will learn that, as Lewis learnt it in 2010.

Niyoko
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Niyoko

There is a difference from what fans call Kobayashi’s driving and Hamilton’s. Hamilton’s style was one of frustration and taking any chance to get past as a good one, and it just got compounded each lap. The clear evidence of this how he handled himself in the post race interview with the BBC.

JV4F1
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JV4F1

If I’m McLaren, I’ll take a driver who will take “any chance” over one who sits behind slower cars the entire race just because he didn’t get a “good chance”. I’d also let the driver I pay to drive the car be the one to decide that… isn’t that why I pay him? After all, if I wanted a driver to do what I’d do in every situation, I should just drive myself.

Brian
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Brian

I find the comments unacceptable. Alonso was ripped for not helping Ham in Spain years ago. Now, he says that? Shameful. Then his driving today? What was that? Unreal. I felt shame for him today both on/off the track.

Paul F
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Paul F

I think if I had to make a choice, I’d rather he spoke his mind with passion than keep his mouth shut. Plus it’s fun to see someone causing a bit of controversy. Ultimately, however, what he says in interviews at or away from the circuit is of no interest to me whatsoever. I only care what he does when the visor is down, and apart from some debatable moves today he very rarely fails to impress.

F1 Kitteh
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F1 Kitteh

What would the NBA or Fifa do if a player verbally abused the refs for suggesting they are racist?

SMB
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SMB

They’d certainly be reprimanded. But who did Hamilton “verbally abuse”? He just said what he thought. I totally disagree with what he said but I’m glad he was allowed to say it. It’s nice to have humans in the sport. I think Lewis was in the wrong here according to the current rules, but the Massa incident was marginal. I think they only way we’ll see more real passing in F1 is if the power balance is shifted a bit more to the overtaker. If the car behind has gotten into a position you should not be able to turn… Read more »

JV4F1
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JV4F1

Verbally abuse… only Hollywood could make something as mundane seem so dramatic, or so I thought.

Quality Control
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Quality Control

Spoiled brat! Getting away from bloody….. You know what….
Martin Whitmarsh lost control and can’t control him anymore.
And I still have problem with him lying to stewards during 2009.
He needs to attend charm school..

Gary Corby
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Gary Corby

I was astounded Hamilton wasn’t black flagged after he destroyed Maldonado’s race, having already done in Massa. Compare Hamilton’s subsequent comments to Maldonado’s restraint. What a difference. I wonder if the penalty for contributing to an accident needs to be upgraded? After this, I’d suggest if a driver contributes to an accident that results in the retirement of another, then the offender should be automatically black flagged. Would it reduce aggressive passing? Yes. Will it save a life or serious injury in some future race? Probably. The way he drove this, Hamilton’s not fit to be on the track.

F1 Kitteh
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F1 Kitteh

Actually I was surprised they didn’t black flag him when the wing was half falling off. I think that was more dangerous to the others than the ram jobs to be honest.

Mauin
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Mauin

I just fear, that if we had such rules, we won’t see any more spectacular and opportunistic passes, because every driver just doesn’t want to risk being black flagged. Instead waiting for the DRS to work, pushing a button and flying right past the opponent.

JV4F1
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JV4F1

I’m pretty sure Massa’s race didn’t end in the hairpin so I must say I’m tired of the “Hamilton ended/destroyed/obliterated Massa’s race” talk and all the desperation it conjures up. We’ve seen people race (heaven forbid improve times) with damaged front wings and what not, lets not pretend like it’s an automatic DNF. Should Massa not make any changes to his racing when new racing under new conditions? Does he have NO responsibility for driving his own car into the barrier? And what kind of rules changes are we talking about here? Someone gets a bit nicked off there front… Read more »

MaxHeadroom6
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MaxHeadroom6

Both the actions and commentary from Lewis were regrettable. While I don’t think the FIA should penalize him for the interview, I do think a meaningless 20 second drive through penalty completely missed the mark. With race results in hand, the FIA was in a difficult position to declare a penalty and not appear to “fix” the results. Nobody likes to watch the race only to learn the results were changed due to a penalty decision post race. Going forward, penalties not decided by the stewards by the end of the race should be applied to the next race. In… Read more »

James F.
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James F.

Formula 1, just like any other sport, is far from a perfect endeavor. It’s always surprising when people expect it to be. Great car or crap car every one of these drivers are on the outside edge of humanity. Where 99.99999999% of us live, think and breathe is so from these people. These drivers operate without fear or a rational sense of self preservation. Do we really expect them to speak appropriately when they feel wronged? If anything crying foul over stupid statements by a driver that we dislike is highly hypocritical. Because, odds almost certainly are that our favorite… Read more »

Formulasfera
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Formulasfera

Everywhere, there is no rules, only Power to enforce sanctions.

mini696
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mini696

Monaco is truly a track where to overtake you basically put the guy in front in the position of “Turn in and crash, or let me through”.

Every driver did it today, Webber did it on Sutil.

But… At least most of those overtakes were done where the following car was 75% up the side of the leader.

Lewis seemed to think that having his front wing next to the rear wheel of the leader constitutes a pass.

Lewis is a fool.

The Imperative Voice
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The Imperative Voice

I was gonna give him a pass on his first flipout on McLaren because the former college jock in me felt that the competitive vibe felt — whether gentlemanly or even constructive — honest and like something he and his team would need to sort out. Better that than Kimi indifference. You want fire in the belly. And I do agree with the anti-blandness comments, better him saying what he thinks than robot-speak like we take it one race at a time, we’ll get them next week, etc. But it kind of turned into Oz ’10 where he spiraled downward,… Read more »

ImpossiblyLate
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ImpossiblyLate

Lewis could have handled this with grace — and should have. He could have easily disagreed with the calls and expressed frustration, regardless of his opinion being right or wrong. I don’t really understand why he seems to be crumbling the older he gets. It’s interesting to read everyone’s opinion here with some supporting his wild style and some being disgusted. I still stand that he should be more professional when speaking to the press. He could have said everything he needed to say with tact, civility and decorum and come away all the higher for it. When he resorts… Read more »

JV4F1
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JV4F1

First, it seems pretty “armchair quarterback” ish to say most of that. Perhaps part of the reason he seems to be “crumbling the older he gets” is because he hasn’t really been given a car that can do what he can, win. I certainly don’t have that hard a time understanding how the frustration of going from such a young world champ to struggling to be competitive (while with a historically winning team) against a far superior car (from a team that McLaren used to laugh at) could be a destructive distraction to your performance. Second, you can’t compare Button… Read more »

Formulasfera
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Formulasfera

Hamilton is the first driver of black heritage to compete in Formula One (wikipedia) and won the Championship, the most younger ever (until Vettel). So he is making history and entertaining, not me.

F1Sommelier
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F1Sommelier

He is suffering from paranoia. They are all out to get him: Germans, stewards, his own team, Toro Rosso.

F1 Kitteh
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F1 Kitteh

That’s outrageous, the next thing you know he will claim that Alonso is threatening the team to make him slow down, or that Kimi deliberately brake tested him at the end of the pitlane ..

F1Sommelier
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F1Sommelier

Speaking of Alonso, who would of guessed he was the real class act of the two.

PositiveCaster
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PositiveCaster
Benalf
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Benalf

He’s still favored by the stewards….clearly

Christy
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Christy

I don’t think Di Resta nor Hamilton should have gotten penalties – to me it was just racing. MAL and MAS could have backed off to avoid the collision and so could have whoever Di Resta hit (I forget) but they didn’t. When ROS got passed by SCH he let SCH go instead of closing the door to avoid a crash, they are teammates obviously but still the others could have still been in the points if they hadn’t pressed DIR or HAM.

gsprings
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gsprings

i don’t care what lewis says,f1 needs him,i am sure the haters will say others wise but screw them

F1Sommelier
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F1Sommelier

Bernie Ecklestone begs to differ with you.
“The only thing Formula 1 can’t do without is Ferrari”

PositiveCaster
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PositiveCaster

He’s the kyle busch of F1. Or maybe paul tracy. Uber talented but he has got a chronic case of foot-in-mouth disease.

WAB1
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WAB1

I agree with Hamilton’s observation today. When SCH made a move on the first lap he was considered brilliant Lewis knew SCH had the position and let him through. When Lewis made the attempt he was considered desperate and Masa intentionally ran into him. Let’s get real there is still animosity between Masa, Hamilton and Alonso. Some of these drivers expect others to clear the way for them including Hamilton at times. Overall I don’t think the masses want Hamilton to be the face of formula one racing.

Benalf
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Benalf

I am really sorry for Pastor and Williams, Massa should have got rid of Hamilton right at the hairpin. I can not understand his aggression, especially in Monaco. Both incidents were his fault and he’s not able to raise his hand and take the hit. Sad to hear quasi-racist comments, even as a joke. Blaming the team strategy during qualy and then blaming everyone else but him shows that his level of maturity is back to 2007 levels….

JV4F1
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JV4F1

If only his car was back to 07 levels…

Scholesy
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Scholesy

Lewis fans are the best. They will complain about Vettel’s finger, but defend Lewis playing bumper cars and making flippant comments about how the entire F1 world is against him.

Pedro
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Pedro

This is F1, the highest class of auto racing. What a shame it has been reduced to pressing buttons for overtaking to occur. I don’t understand why so many people are saying Hamilton is a danger to himself and everyone around him. We are not talking about Schumacher pinning Barichelo to the pit-wall at 300 kph. We are talking about the slowest turn in F1 and a rookie making an honest mistake. Where is the danger? Was anyone hurt? No. This is racing, sh*t happens. Either take Hamilton down with you or let him through, simple as that. Don’t penalize… Read more »

BoogWar
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BoogWar

Amen, Brother!

Niyoko
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Niyoko

What he said was uncalled for from a person in his position and as a role model for many people. Eddie Jordan had some great comments for Hamilton during the F1 Forum.

Hamilton needs to stop blaming others!

mark h
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mark h

Well, this question’s not really up for debate. Of course he was out of line. I’m most annoyed by the on-track antics, to be honest, Maldonado in particular due to my hopes there, but for Massa too. Both really needed a finish, and one of them might have got a good one. For me, though, he’s been punished for causing the collisions, and that should be the end of it. Let him, and all 23 blokes out there chasing, put their heads down and try to make this championship interesting – because it’s dying fast. Let them all do their… Read more »

F1Sommelier
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F1Sommelier

We should all be more concerned that Lewis gets his take on life from Ali G.?

DaveCZ
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DaveCZ

Got real mixed emotions about Hamilton – first of all, as NC keeps repeating, he is human and with his comments he made a human mistake, an incredible misjudgement but his subsequent comments, apologies and retractions show that he knows it. Whether he will learn from it is another question. There is an explanation for the comments but no excuse. As for the racing I do have some sympathy, Massa managed to walk just the right side of the line in qualifying. Do the stewards go back and look at this stuff afterwards? Could maclaren appeal? There was a case… Read more »

dude
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dude

I have to retract my reservation for Lewis now, didn’t expect to caught him lying again. I didn’t watch the full race till just now. First the lie against Trulli in 2009, now after causing Massa to crash he said Massa turned into him on purpose. The way these drivers lie in the radio in trying to get away from penalty is really low because they think fans watching are idiots. Even Button resorted to that crap in Melbourne although it wasn’t so bad, but Lewis knew he causes the mistake and should have the balls to accept the fact.… Read more »

BoogWar
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BoogWar

I don’t understand, Dude! Massa went wide at the hairpin, opening up opportunity. Look at the lines the pilots before took, and you will see this, if you’re not biased. Whether or not he saw him there is another thing, but its hard to not know, in my opinion. Lewis gave him as much room as he could while making some semblenace of the corner. Felipe turned in to him. Of course, and I make no apologies for this, it does seem as if LH gave as good as he got in the tunnel, pushing him up into the clag… Read more »

Christy
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Christy

Boodwar – I tend to agree, if nothing else this weekend, Lewis put a message out that if he is behind he will go for it – he won’t be polite about it.

wardy
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wardy

I dont care what Lewis does. he can run over schumy for all I care, the boy is pure boxoffice. love or hate, the boy makes eveyone talk. Everyone seems to have an opinion and F1 is a far better place with him in it. Sure he is arrogant, petulant, egotistical etc. but he is most exciting driver to watch. Monaco is a mans track where aggression is seldom rewarded.(patiants which lewis has none, is a virtue.) you have to be an oppertunist if you are to make up places and on sunday he got it totally wrong. Seb wins… Read more »

Rich
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Rich

Lewis’ judgement has to be questioned and whether he actually deserves to me participating in something called a sport. His every action is an antithesis of the spirit of sportsmanship. In Canada he drove into the back of Kimi who was waiting for Red pit lane light to turn green and could not accept it was a mistake on his part. In Australia he lied to get another driver disqualified to gain points. At Monaco during qualifying he not only accused Massa of blocking but causing him to get a penalty. This season he has repeatedly questioned his team on… Read more »

Robfiction
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Robfiction

So it’s still true, you can’t pass at Monaco. Track position is everything. Get to T1 first and you’ll win, even if you’ve got a Trulli-Train behind you.
If anyone tries an overtake, just close the door on there nosecone and they get the penalty.
I don’t think action is lacking F1, just respect between drivers.
Hamilton’s right, its a fricking joke, your not allowed to overtake anymore [unless your using DRS and KERs of course]

Rich
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Rich

You are forgetting this is a sport – governed by a conduct of behaviour and being ambassadors and role models to other people. I have more concern though for Hamilton’s off-track behaviour, his inability to accept responsibility and his propensity to slag off everyone else and to lie to gain advantage. At Monaco yet again he lied by claiming Massa blocked him and caused him to get a penalty.

JV4F1
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JV4F1

I’d be less concerned with his off track behavior and more concerned with why you’re concerned with that.

jonnowoody
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jonnowoody

All controversial people have apologists who are blind to their faults but is it really a nationalist thing? I thought that was the fabulously popular A1 GP. American people are hardcore fans and put up with some serious impediments and still keep the passion but I can’t remember many excuses for Scott Speed. I’m british and think that Lewham is a bit of a prong off – track and mercurial at best whilst on it. My main thrust being that one of the main attractions of F1 to me is that competition trumps nationhood.Most teams are made from twenty nationalities… Read more »

Jeoff
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Jeoff

I was ashamed of Lewis yesterday. Any racial comments are unacceptable and I tell you something – he was not joking about the ‘is it because I am black’ comment he then paused and said ‘as Ali G says’. Quick thinking to get out of what he really thinks to my mind. I love supporting Lewis and Button but my heart sank when I heard his ridiculous outburst. I would ban him 3 races for bringing race into it joking or not.

JV4F1
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JV4F1

You do remember the FIA was once ran by Max Mosley right? Hamilton’s “Ali G” comment? Really?

Reppu
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Reppu

Yesterday, Hamilton was nothing but messign around the circuit, he was victim of severe road rage. That alone should have granted him some serious penalty for next race, but the racism comments were simply over the top. I think this kid needs a lesson already. The problem is that during the last seasons he has been FIA’s pretty boy, allowed to do whatever he wanted, doing things that were “not to be allowed from next race on”. Now he finds he has lost this protection and he has to behave under the same rules as eveyone else….i can understand he… Read more »

TBL
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TBL

I think that the “bad Hamilton” topic is being blown out of proportion. He had a frustrating weekend, but not much more than that. To answer your questions: 1) On track – he’s been as entertaining as ever. I took time to check the two incidents one more time. Massa – a racing incident, Ham went for it, Massa turned into him. In that corner you need to have a willing counterpart to make the pass accident free; early Schu/Ham battle is a good example how it should be done. Not sure why is Massa whining about crash in the… Read more »

Sazer
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Sazer

Lewis’s attitude on-track was “interesting”, he was was frustrated and rash, I get it, in fact I dont have much of a problem with him tanking everyone around (though i know i should :/). He acted like a spoiled brat and my particular problem was with “These drivers are ridiculous”, that was sort of arrogant!

MIE
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MIE

I am less concerned by his comments (said on the BBC to an audience who may be more familiar with the Ali G reference than the world wide audience of F1 fans. It was a poor joke. His driving through the day though was what needs to be improved. The racing with Schumacher was clean with each giving the other just enough space to avoid an accident. His move on Massa at the hairpin was massively optimistic and clumsy (whether the car damaged had any effect on Massa subsequently running wide in the tunnel I don’t know). The move on… Read more »

Andrew MacGregor
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Andrew MacGregor

Martin Brundle made the point “has F1 outgrown Monaco” definitely, it’s a Micky Mouse track and after the horrendous crashes last week-end it will not be long before someone is killed. With all the superb tracks now available to F1 its time Monaco and Hungary were dropped from the callendar for heavens sake whats the point of haveing a track where passing in vertually impossible, with kers and drs being added to the cars to assist in overtaking we are still racing on these silly tracks. Bernie Ecclestone derided Silverstone for long enough, but at least it had a decent… Read more »

Shane
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Shane

I think lewis is right, what do the stewards expect that is the nature of Monaco when drivers make moves on the track they take a risk because the track is so tight How can they try and encourage passing and have a track like Monaco on the calender anyway.
Then when accidents happen the drivers get penalties they should just drop Monaco from the calender if they are going to give penalties cause we all know it’s going to happen every year. Drivers have to make passes and at Monaco it leads to accidents so why give penalties.

gsprings
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gsprings

i agree,that monaco cicuit is not fit for these cars,i could care less about the history,these monaco races are never really that good unless you are the type who likes crashes,i put this circuit right up there with bahrain as the worst circuits in f1,it’s a shame that history keeps this race around,i would not miss it if they moved the monaco date to a (real circuit)

JV4F1
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JV4F1

I couldn’t disagree with you more, or more passionately.