Hamilton completes Olympic torch relay following all-night party
Lewis Hamilton participated in the Olympic Torch Relay in Luton on Monday, with hundreds cheering him on despite the early start of 6.30 am. Hamilton himself was seen leaving a nightclub a mere 2.5 hours earlier, having partied all night at London hotspots after the British GP. The McLaren driver mentioned that he had purchased his torch and intends to place it above his mantelpiece.
11 July 2012 - Source
diResta Paul di Resta
While I congratulate Lewis on his honour, as a future hall-of-famer my hope is that F1 is an Olympic event before I retire. While I may be cruelly denied the time to match the medal tally of fellow legend Sir Steve Redgrave, at least adding an Olympic gold to my startling list of over-achievements would further cement my place in the pantheon of sporting superstars.
johnny Johnny Herbert
You flower-scented flock of nappy-wearing fancy-dans. The Olympics is for lazy nonces who can only run 100m. Back in the day 9.58 seconds was the time it took a blond bastard called Johnny Herbert to pull a bird, and the only excuse for ending an F1 qualifying session was an earthquake.
whiting Charlie Whiting
This sounds both innovative and non-homogeneous Michael, so we'll probably have to ban it. I believe I can justify this by declaring that the driver is operating a system which modifies the direction of the front tyres, thereby affecting airflow over the car. This infringes Article 3.15 of the regulations as it falls under "moveable aerodynamic device".