The classic wheels section of the local rag had an interesting article on the 166.
I didn't agree with all of it but an interesting query sprung to mind.
They stated "the decision not to upgrade the 3.0 litre version to comply with the Euro IV emissions regulations meant that in 2005 the 166...
Apparently "Lewis Hamilton has been charged with 'intentional loss of control of a motor vehicle' " down under.
"intentional loss of control"?? :confused:
Sounds like a contradiction in terms to me. How can you intend to lose control, unless you're on a kamikaze mission?
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Does anyone know what garage Lewis Hamilton race from last year:confused:
IIRC, he started from the last garage due to the Mclaren / Ferrari cheat scandal but then Force India came into play so it could have been the last but one garage.
Also, didn’t he get moved up during the...
It's that time of year for the BBC Sports Personality of the Year.
Lot's of worthy candidates i.e Joe Calazaghe, The Olympic winner's ..and Lewis Hamilton.
But i have read and discussed with freind's about the Hamilton Backlash where people are saying he only won due to his car etc.
What do you...
During last week's Grand Prix the ITV commentator stated that mail sent to ITV indicated that Hamilton was not as popular as might have been imagined. I can understand that fans of opposing teams and drivers may not be amongst his greatest supporters, but is there any cause to beleive that there...
I suspect the results are somewhat reversed in the UK....
Hamilton unpopular in Spain
Wed 05 Dec, 08:29 AM
British 2007 runner-up Lewis Hamilton has spent much of the post-season period so far collecting prizes and plaudits following his rookie Formula One campaign.
It really brings it home how good this guy is when you see him put the "reasonably priced car" around only 0.3s slower than the Stig and only 0.1s slower than Mansell - except the Hamilton's lap was WET and the other two bone dry. Jaw dropping talent. Big respect.
Hamilton takes Top Gear challenge
Lewis Hamilton squares up to resident Top Gear driver The Stig
Formula One star Lewis Hamilton is to swap his multi-million pound, 230mph McLaren to drive a modest family car for BBC Two's Top Gear show on Sunday.
Who reckons the odds are he won't beat...