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Jean Todt - Unregistered

May 21, 2009 3:10 PM

It looks like Brawn are going to be quick at all circuits. Monaco seems to suit McLaren. Once more Rosberg runs on super softs and fumes to get fastest lap, can't quite see the point of this.

Alan D - Unregistered

May 21, 2009 3:29 PM

Jean Todt wrote: "Once more Rosberg runs on super softs and fumes to get fastest lap, can't quite see the point of this"

It can help to give the team a sense of optimism, it can get you a few extra column inches in the press and get you mentioned on TV, and it gives exposure for the sponsors who probably won't get so much exposure during the race.

You use the name Jean Todt? Can't see the point of this. Why do people post on these message boards using the names of famous people in the sport? You might be impressing yourself but you sure aren't impressing anyone else.

Munro Gow - Unregistered

May 21, 2009 4:33 PM

its always good to see but it doesnt get Rosberg or Williams anything...do the business in quali and then more importantly do it in the race!!!!! you now know the pace is in the car...if there is a race where light fueling and having multiple pit stops might work then this could be, just could be the one where it pays off...

Jon M - Unregistered

May 21, 2009 5:01 PM

Umm, why would you guys love to see Jenson and Lewis in a head-to-head?

Ok, they're both English but so what?

They're in different cars so it doesn't really show anything. Jenson has under performed for years until now, whereas Lewis jumped into one of the best cars 2 years ago but is now making the best of a poor car.

Sorry, no head to head here...

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