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Late lap gives Lewis Hamilton deserved pole position for inaugural F1 race at Yas Marina in Abu Dhabi

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2Pac - Unregistered

October 31, 2009 2:37 PM

i'll wait until the weights are released later this evening but hamilton has been on it since the first free practice session. now before certain people, you know who you are, try and demean his achievement by putting it all down to the fact he has kers... they are using the kers on the exit of TWO corners. all the rest of the lap they are carrying an extra 25Kg of weight. this extra weight is not in the optimum position for the balance of the car so is in fact a DISADVANTAGE. the fact that mclaren have made a competitive car with the kers system is a great credit to their engineering and hamilton's continued development of the car, turning it into a race winning package.

81R - Unregistered

October 31, 2009 2:44 PM

2Pac
Strange how there is a report on Crash by a McLaren driver saying that Kers is an advantage in Abu Dhabi but then again he ended up in mid field, so what does he know...

RawDawg

October 31, 2009 2:49 PM

During the first round of knockouts it was clear that Lewis was going to be on pole. The commentators on Speed made it sound interesting and exciting but it was no doubt that LH had pole in the bag.

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