Greatest driver in F1 history on ITV tonight

Greatest driver in F1 history on ITV tonight

Post by Frit » Mon, 12 Nov 2007 01:54:10


www.itv.com/f1

After sweeping all before him in his first season in Formula 1, Lewis
Hamilton will make a debut of a different kind tonight when he appears
on Parkinson on ITV1.

The 22-year-old British sensation will be a guest on Michael Parkinsons
chat show to talk about his record-breaking first F1 season, his move to
Switzerland and life in the media spotlight.

Hamilton tops a star-studded line-up of guests which includes
Conservative Party leader David Cameron, actor Sir Ian McKellen and
singer James Blunt.

So to catch the interview with Lewis make sure you tune in to Parkinson
from 10.35pm on ITV1 tonight (Saturday).

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"sweeping all before him"??
Of course you have to talk about his amazing rookie season, but how can
anyone talk about 2007 and Lewis without mentioning the amazing fashion
in which he blew the title in the last 2 races?

--
"It is painfully obvious to me that the right guy to be world champion
is Lewis-Bernie Ecclestone

Fritz

 
 
 

Greatest driver in F1 history on ITV tonight

Post by Oine » Mon, 12 Nov 2007 02:42:09

Greatest driver in F1 history? What tablets are you on?

 
 
 

Greatest driver in F1 history on ITV tonight

Post by Paul- » Mon, 12 Nov 2007 02:54:01

Quote:

> Greatest driver in F1 history? What tablets are you on?

Never heard of sarcasm?

--
Paul-B

 
 
 

Greatest driver in F1 history on ITV tonight

Post by DC » Mon, 12 Nov 2007 02:54:38



Quote:
>Greatest driver in F1 history? What tablets are you on?

Is that a whooshing sound you hear...?

David

 
 
 

Greatest driver in F1 history on ITV tonight

Post by Dave Bake » Mon, 12 Nov 2007 03:08:52


Quote:

> Greatest driver in F1 history? What tablets are you on?

Fullmer, who is 39 next month and married with two children, aged 8 and 3,
plans to use irony himself in future.

"I'm, like, using it all the time" he said. "Last weekend I was grilling
steaks, and I burned them, and I said "Hey, great weather."
--
Dave Baker - Puma Race Engines

 
 
 

Greatest driver in F1 history on ITV tonight

Post by Frit » Mon, 12 Nov 2007 03:35:32

Quote:

> Greatest driver in F1 history? What tablets are you on?

White Doves with some lovely BC Bud mixed in.  No better way to spend a
Saturday.

--
"It is painfully obvious to me that the right guy to be world champion
is Lewis-Bernie Ecclestone

Fritz

 
 
 

Greatest driver in F1 history on ITV tonight

Post by CatharticF » Mon, 12 Nov 2007 07:53:35


Quote:
> www.itv.com/f1

> After sweeping all before him

Gravel presumably :)

--
CatharticF1

'What you thought was freedom is just greed'

 
 
 

Greatest driver in F1 history on ITV tonight

Post by Hello Freddi » Mon, 12 Nov 2007 11:18:06


Quote:
> www.itv.com/f1

> After sweeping all before him in his first season in Formula 1, Lewis
> Hamilton will make a debut of a different kind tonight when he appears
> on Parkinson on ITV1.

> The 22-year-old British sensation will be a guest on Michael Parkinson's
> chat show to talk about his record-breaking first F1 season, his move to
> Switzerland and life in the media spotlight.

> Hamilton tops a star-studded line-up of guests which includes
> Conservative Party leader David Cameron, actor Sir Ian McKellen and
> singer James Blunt.

> So to catch the interview with Lewis make sure you tune in to Parkinson
> from 10.35pm on ITV1 tonight (Saturday).

> --
> "sweeping all before him"??
> Of course you have to talk about his amazing rookie season, but how can
> anyone talk about 2007 and Lewis without mentioning the amazing fashion
> in which he blew the title in the last 2 races?

> --
> "It is painfully obvious to me that the right guy to be world champion
> is Lewis"-Bernie Ecclestone

> Fritz

Did he bring his poodle to the TV show?  His name is Ron.  Lewis is a
tax cheat.  F1 = the sport of tax cheats.
 
 
 

Greatest driver in F1 history on ITV tonight

Post by Jonathan Peirc » Mon, 12 Nov 2007 15:17:47

Quote:

> "sweeping all before him"??

'Races according to Bird' would say he 'won the championship'
 
 
 

Greatest driver in F1 history on ITV tonight

Post by Paul- » Mon, 12 Nov 2007 18:17:48

Quote:


> > www.itv.com/f1

> > After sweeping all before him in his first season in Formula 1,
> > Lewis Hamilton will make a debut of a different kind tonight when
> > he appears on Parkinson on ITV1.

> > The 22-year-old British sensation will be a guest on Michael
> > Parkinson's chat show to talk about his record-breaking first F1
> > season, his move to Switzerland and life in the media spotlight.

> > Hamilton tops a star-studded line-up of guests which includes
> > Conservative Party leader David Cameron, actor Sir Ian McKellen and
> > singer James Blunt.

> > So to catch the interview with Lewis make sure you tune in to
> > Parkinson from 10.35pm on ITV1 tonight (Saturday).

> > --
> > "sweeping all before him"??
> > Of course you have to talk about his amazing rookie season, but how
> > can anyone talk about 2007 and Lewis without mentioning the amazing
> > fashion in which he blew the title in the last 2 races?

> > --
> > "It is painfully obvious to me that the right guy to be world
> > champion is Lewis"-Bernie Ecclestone

> > Fritz

> Did he bring his poodle to the TV show?  His name is Ron.  Lewis is a
> tax cheat.  F1 = the sport of tax cheats.

Since when is moving to a low-tax regime being a "tax-cheat"?

Your racism is becoming blatantly more and more obvious. Why don't you
admit it, you don't like Lewis or his father because they're black.

Now go away and polish-up your BNP member-of-the-month award.

--
Paul-B