Yes, Hamilton is responsible partly for what happened down under and i don't buy the usual bull being churned out by the British press about Hamilton being a young kid and forced to tow the official line. He is old enough to know better, and he chose to go down that route and all that for one point!! He was fourth and being promoted to third would have given him one extra point. Sure it's a podium, but once Trulli got on the podium, there was no need to pursue it 'cause Trulli had taken the important TV time and given his sponsors exposure. Having said that, i don't know what they can do to Hamilton. Maybe a heavy fine, take away whatever little points he has by the time of the hearing and give him say a two race suspended ban for the rest of the season or till next year and maybe send him to the back of the grid for a couple of races.. Anything more than that would be a bit over the top:P As for father Anthony, he is a drama queen. I hope he takes his son to another team. Top teams don't have an opening and neither would be willing to get rid of a driver to put Hamilton in their car. The only team he can go to and one which has been talked about is Brawn GP. I say do that father Anthony! You gotta be kidding me if you think Brawn GP will be the front runners next season or at the end of this year. His dad is doing the whole drama just to distance his son from what they as a team are likely to face on 29th April, and pretending as if they had nothing to do with it.
As for the sour faced ape, Ron Dennis, leaving us and Mclaren F1 to concentrate on what was it, Mclaren racing cars? LOL! Good luck to him, the guy is dillusional.
I beg to differ on the Toyota and Williams being able to fight with the Brawns. Those two teams would do well to win a race this year, never mind being in the hunt for the title. Mind you, if i ever had to pick a team to support it would be Williams F1 and how i want them to win a race, but i don't see them winning a race or two unless the front runners hit trouble. Toyota have been the most reliable car during winter testing, so they might win a race because of that. Red Bull might get their diffuser too late in the day to do anything about the championship. Why i feel Kubica will do well is the fact that they along with Red Bull were the two teams who actually sand bagged winter testing. They have a fast car, they are running KERS, and don't seem to have too many issues with it, BMW will have a lighter chassis ready in time for Spain so Kubica can run KERS. All that to go with the man` s talent should be enough to make him a title contender.
Toyota and Williams will be the first teams to be caught up by the chasing pack. Brawn GP are in a different league. Their speed is not just down to the diffusers only.