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Sept.30 – The Brit Lewis Hamilton’ driving will reportedly be talk about through the driver briefing in Japan, following some drivers, past and present, criticised the 2008 world champion Hamilton.

Assessment more than a few times the series of the incident relating Lewis Hamilton and Ferrari’s Felipe Massa last race weekend at the Singapore GP, that the collision among Lewis and Felipe, it’s really hard not to consider it a trouble-free racing incident. Hamilton collide with the left front wing of McLaren right rear tire of the Ferrari of Massa, who forced the Brazilian to pit and boxes.

Autosprint updates that a handful of drivers have ask for the FIA bring up the subject of Hamilton’s over-aggression throughout the post-race briefing, in which all the drivers meet with FIA safety delegate Charlie Whiting, to discuss any important issues relating to the forthcoming race.

Autosprint Reports – (Transulate from Italian) The fact, indeed the “nasty business” as they called the detractors of English, has sparked furious reaction not only the Mass – “Lewis does not use your brain” – but a series of disputes involving pilots and two other ex- world champions Niki Lauda and Jackie Stewart. The first said the incident saying: “I do not understand why one with the talent of Hamilton to be so stupid every time.”

Jackie Stewart was instead restricted to the view that “If Lewis wants to be a great driver, should reflect more.” The opinion of the great Scotland is probably the most balanced.

Hamilton’s colleagues have now announced a meeting at Suzuka Grand Prix at Suzuka, with the delegate of the International Automobile Federation Charlie Whiting. Topic of the meeting will be the “antics” of English in Malaysia, Monaco, Montreal, Silverstone, Hungaroring, Belgium and, in fact, in Singapore. Although this last episode appears just a stunt.

But have the courage, the pilots, to ask the FIA to take action against ‘”Obama” in Formula 1?

It does not like the McLaren, which is closing ranks around its driver. Martin Whitmarsh, the head of the British team, said: “Lewis is probably an aggressive driver, but he can use his head. The charges against him are not right. He is young and is still learning. But, make no mistake, he will win more championships. ”

Beyond the general considerations, especially against Hamilton, there is still a question that is coming to many: Is he not that English is the so-called because it is a fast driver? Come to think better, you want to see that things are true.


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