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F1 picture of mercedes recent win

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9m, 2w agoPosted 9 months, 2 weeks ago
Lewis is there but can you spot him
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9m, 2w agoPosted 9 months, 2 weeks ago
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http://www.f1fanatic.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/M44328_D326858.jpg
#2
Grey hat under German sign on the right. Watching it live on TV and saw him immediately run out of the back of the garage. Nice to see him hang around and celebrate with his team. Tool.

Edited By: ThePasty on Oct 11, 2016 14:26
#3
Grey cap in the background?.. such a team player he is.
2 Likes #4
I thought they would all be wearing bunny ears and whiskers. :(
#5
no lauda!!!
2 Likes #6
one of the reasons for him being 3 times world champion is because he is not a great team player.
his job is to win races, sitting in the car on his own, making split second decisions on his own. no one to pass to, no one to throw to.
that's why Mercedes pay him so much.
1 Like #7
Instantly recognisable from the neck tattoo.
1 Like #8
I love these where's wally pics
#9
He even looks to have run out of Nico's Garage.
I'd check his fuel tank before the next race, it may have some bitter p's in it.
1 Like #10
Hamilton is such a spoiled little brat.

This season will be a kick up the backside.

So sick of his attempted mind games that Rosberg has now finally cottoned onto.

I've no doubt that when Nico wins the championship Lewis will have one of his fake depressions.

He leads such a hard life and we should all feel so sorry for him.

Not!
1 Like #11
Rosberg is a bit of a tool but I still want him to be champ over Hamilton.

As for his childish antics during the Press conference where he moaned about them being boring & the same each time...

Doesn't he see the irony of F1 fans leaving in droves because all they seem to do is go round and round every time...

Nob
#12
archer1204
http://www.f1fanatic.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/M44328_D326858.jpg

Oh look is the tax dodger Lewis "I'm not paying my fair share" Hamilton.
1 Like #13
Nico Rosberg is such a whinge bag (_;) Have you ever watched his facial expressions at press conferences (_;) he's not all there is he????
1 Like #14
Graham1979
archer1204
http://www.f1fanatic.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/M44328_D326858.jpg
Oh look is the tax dodger Lewis "I'm not paying my fair share" Hamilton.
As if you'd be paying uk tax if you lived and worked abroad oO
#15
The shadow?
1 Like #16
Without doubt one of, if not the greatest British F1 drivers ever.

Will never be considered a British sporting legend though due to all his pettiness and his fake American accent.

Just imagine if he had the personality and charisma of JB to combine with his talent then he'd almost be the ultimate sporting icon around here.

Still couldn't help but feel massively sorry for him when the engine blown and you heard the team radio. That was the real Lewis Hamilton and he should stick to that.
1 Like #17
He's the greatest British driver of all time, he's one of the greatest F1 drivers ever, he's young, he's successful and when all is said and done he could actually be the greatest driver of all time.

Therein lies the problem because there's always been a sizeable portion of the British public who despise people being successful, or being successful 'in the wrong way'. Andy Murray got it for a long-time, every footballer gets it (especially if they're from a working class background) and Hamilton gets it.

Obviously I'm going to be told that isn't true and he's done something that means he deserves it, but we do this with anyone in this country. We build them up and then start picking at them with a few exceptions.

I hope he wins and I hope he continues winning.
1 Like #18
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He's the greatest British driver of all time, he's one of the greatest F1 drivers ever, he's young, he's successful and when all is said and done he could actually be the greatest driver of all time.

Therein lies the problem because there's always been a sizeable portion of the British public who despise people being successful, or being successful 'in the wrong way'. Andy Murray got it for a long-time, every footballer gets it (especially if they're from a working class background) and Hamilton gets it.

Obviously I'm going to be told that isn't true and he's done something that means he deserves it, but we do this with anyone in this country. We build them up and then start picking at them with a few exceptions.

I hope he wins and I hope he continues winning.


totally agree, except Senna is the greatest driver of all time.
#19
HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
He's the greatest British driver of all time, he's one of the greatest F1 drivers ever, he's young, he's successful and when all is said and done he could actually be the greatest driver of all time.
Therein lies the problem because there's always been a sizeable portion of the British public who despise people being successful, or being successful 'in the wrong way'. Andy Murray got it for a long-time, every footballer gets it (especially if they're from a working class background) and Hamilton gets it.
Obviously I'm going to be told that isn't true and he's done something that means he deserves it, but we do this with anyone in this country. We build them up and then start picking at them with a few exceptions.
I hope he wins and I hope he continues winning.
Thats the first time ever I have found myself agreeing with you oO
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unclejim27
one of the reasons for him being 3 times world champion is because he is not a great team player.
his job is to win races, sitting in the car on his own, making split second decisions on his own. no one to pass to, no one to throw to.
that's why Mercedes pay him so much.
Mercedes pay him to win them the constructors' championship. Individual glory is secondary.

Edited By: TheNoid on Oct 13, 2016 18:48

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