Old smoking habits die hard
READERS (though not readers of Carsguide) will be distressed to learn that notorious hoon and serial speeder Lewis Hamilton has reverted to the habit for which he felt the awful majesty of Victorian law (in geographical as well as historical senses).
Right-thinking people will be appalled to see that having been chastised by the constabulary in 2010, Mr Hamilton is again gratuitously breaking traction in public.
Surely, representations must be made to the authorities in Mumbai, where the shameful scene pictured took place last week, to act as we have.
Australia has no shortage of MPs and safety experts from whose views our Commonwealth cousins would benefit. All will be only too pleased to take a taxpayerfunded sojourn to explain the immense financial benefits of our road enforcement regime, sums which more than compensate for being the butt of international ridicule.