Hamiltons Dad crashes a CGT.

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  1. Fan512bbi

    Fan512bbi Two Time F1 World Champ

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  3. noone1

    noone1 F1 Rookie

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    Ah, yet another CGT crash. I've never driven one, but it really seems to drive home how edgy this car is. Little over reving out you 180 degrees.
  4. Zzono

    Zzono Karting

    Apr 21, 2008
    Does his dad live in Germany?....
  5. Fan512bbi

    Fan512bbi Two Time F1 World Champ

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    #4 Fan512bbi, Jun 5, 2008
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    London mate, Lewis lives in Switzerland.
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  7. LamboLover

    LamboLover Formula 3

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    Sad to hear about another, but the car looks easily repairable.
  8. nthfinity

    nthfinity F1 Veteran

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    Isaac not Issac
    the way the wave of torque hits the wheels at 6000 rpm will catch many people out...
  9. intouch1

    intouch1 Formula Junior

    Sep 10, 2006
    so much for cgt being difficult to drive.
  10. David_S

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    Mountains of WNC...
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    David S.
    Man - he sure must have strong feelings against shrubbery!
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  12. bounty

    bounty F1 Veteran

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    Definitely looks like he was going too fast for that type of road and/or residential area.
  13. DaudiW.

    DaudiW. Formula Junior

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    William David
    almost as unforgiving as a 996GT2
  14. Pcar928fan

    Pcar928fan Formula 3

    Jan 21, 2008
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    Looks like young Lewis learned something from his daddy this week... *thinking about his pit road incident in Canada* LOL! My two LEAST favorite drivers out in one shot...BANG! NICE! Great drive by Kubica and Heidfeld though! DC got in the points too! FINALLY! His first time of the year. Makes a nice payday for him as he is paid in large part on points that he scores. Bit over a mill a point a few years back...not sure what it is now.

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  15. Kds

    Kds F1 World Champ

    That will be a write off for sure.

    We had a guy here in Calgary go off the road on Highway # 8 with his CGT about 18-20 months was a flat grass shoulder.....he skidded for a couple of hundred metres.......the parts estimate was $250K.....I imagine the labour was a bit too.
  16. Pcar928fan

    Pcar928fan Formula 3

    Jan 21, 2008
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    That is NUTS! Does not even look like he hurt anything hardly at all! That is just CRAZY! Ok, just looked at the pics again... He did tear some stuff up back there, but I can't imagine it would be enough to write the thing off completely!

  17. fastback33

    fastback33 Formula 3
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    Shut up you dolt. You have some of the most useless comments i've ever read on here.
  18. dkabab

    dkabab Formula Junior

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    yeah i cant see it being a writeoff... looks like just body work. unless hes cracked the tub or something we cant see.
  19. Pcar928fan

    Pcar928fan Formula 3

    Jan 21, 2008
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    And you added to this post with what???? Oh, yea, NOTHING but to insult me... Get a life you A$$...
  20. intouch1

    intouch1 Formula Junior

    Sep 10, 2006
    i am starting to think that porsche actually made more money repairing all the crashed cgt's than through selling them :D
  21. SS2012

    SS2012 Formula Junior

    Jun 4, 2006
    So what exactly happened? Mr. Hamiltons rear ended someone at the red light? :D
  22. Kds

    Kds F1 World Champ

    Like father like son apparently after the Canadian GP.
  23. smart_alek

    smart_alek Formula Junior

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    Yes, should have let Lewis crash instead, he is much better at making up excuses.
    "I saw a red light, but a saw some cars side by side, and it confused me. I expected someone's voice to come on my radio and tell me what to do, but it was too late. People are too slow. It's too bad. I was getting to where I was going so quickly, it was in the bag. I apologize if I ruined that playground that kids play in. Maybe I did, who knows? These things happen all the time."
  24. Lloyd

    Lloyd F1 Rookie

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    #22 Lloyd, Jun 9, 2008
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    Apparently, he was on a quest to find some shrubbery. Not only did he take out the shrubbery, he said “nee” to a nearby elderly woman. Oh, what sad times are these when passing ruffians can `nee' at will to old ladies.
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  25. TexasMike

    TexasMike F1 Veteran

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    Michael C
    Did someone piss in your coffee or something?
  26. mattymouse33

    mattymouse33 F1 Rookie

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    We'll set aboot ye!
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  27. Tenney

    Tenney F1 Rookie

    Feb 21, 2001
    He must now cut down the tallest tree in the forest with a herring.

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