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From: John Briggs <john.brig...@ntlworld.com>
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On 08/10/2012 21:53, Zeppo Marx wrote:
> On 08.10.12 19:49, John Briggs wrote:
>>> Well, I would rather see him spend his time with his engineers sorting
>>> out his setup for the next race than taking care who is following him on
>>> Twatter or not. In my view, the celebrity part of Lewis is hurting the
>>> racer Lewis a lot.
>> Well, no - it is the performance of the McLaren car which is hurting the
>> racer Lewis a lot.
> Yes, that too, certainly. But it's not about the last race or this
> season only. IMHO: it's a general mind set thing with Lewis. And ominous
> Twatter posts are only manifestations of his mind set.
Yes, but the "mindset thing" only becomes a problem for him when the car
isn't performing well.