And he doesn't do race of champions either! You're on to something! Total Diva indeed.WaikeCU wrote: ↑Thu Jul 13, 2017 7:41 pmWhat if Liberty Media asked every single driver of the grid personally if they want to be there on the event and it just happened to be only Lewis not being able to make the event, because he had other plans? I mean this could be the fact? Of course the press are going to milk the haters side just to stir up some controversy.
He wasn't there at Goodwood either, so what does that mean? Instant Diva!!!
A report in The Daily Mail says that the Briton is unhappy with Mercedes after Toto Wolff attended Sebastian Vettel's 30th birthday party, which they claim 'adds to the suspicion' the Silver Arrows are 'lining up Vettel as a replacement for Hamilton'.
Jonathan McEvoy writes that Wolff's appearance at Vettel's birthday party is 'surprising given that the party took place between the Azerbaijan Grand Prix — at which Vettel rammed Hamilton off the road — and the FIA hearing into the collision the following Monday.'
"It is conceivable that Wolff’s decision to attend Vettel’s shindig is key to Hamilton’s apparent disgruntlement with his team — a situation seemingly so bad that it played a part in his staying away from Trafalgar Square on Wednesday night," McEvoy adds.
McEvoy stated that Hamilton's non-appearance was a 'PR disaster'.
"Hamilton may well have been influenced by Wolff’s equivocal remarks immediately after the Azerbaijan incident, in which Vettel drove into Hamilton in a fit of rage,' he claimed.
"Asked for his comments, Wolff said he needed to speak to Vettel first before pronouncing — a staggeringly open-minded comment from a boss who might have been expected to jump to his man’s defence, not least when Hamilton had been so obviously slighted.
"This all adds to the suspicion that Wolff is lining up Vettel, a German for a German team, as a replacement for Hamilton, whose future plans are uncertain."
that is completely true. What wont endear him to anyone is when he says about "real fans" being at Silverstone. Do the people who attended the London event not count?
Note I left the "news" part out of newstory but kept the "story" part I thought it was a fun piece of gossip but yeah, given it's from the DM I'm not taking it seriously either.
Well, on Sunday they cheered Hamilton to the echo so all must have been forgiven.
i think you miss the point.
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