F1 » F1 rivals unconvinced by Mercedes' 'little lies' and 'understatement'

Niki Lauda and co believe that Mercedes GP is better prepared than the team is letting on – and that Michael Schumacher and Nico Rosberg will both be on the pace next weekend in Bahrain for the F1 2010 season opener.

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March 05, 2010 11:04 PM

CDF - je still lied no matter how you dress it up. No one held a gun to his head and made him lie. If he was being told to lie by his engineer, he should have gone to the team principle and told the FIA the truth. There is no excuse for his fibbing especially when therewas video evidence to prove he was fibbing.

Hammy the Rear Gunner - Unregistered

March 06, 2010 1:15 AM

a man of real integrity wouldn't have lied no matter where the pressure was coming from. specially that he knew that his fellow competitor would be penalized. that makes hammy a liar, unsporting and totally ungentlemanly in my books.
and yes i will keep bringing up hammy's lying, his race chokes and his rear-mounting exploits for as long as other poster out there keep talking about their ferrari/fia conspiracies, shumi's past behaviour, alonso's not-so-bright moments, senna's imperfections and all other such talk maliciously intended to mislead or sully reputations.

Alan Loi

March 06, 2010 6:42 AM

It's just a little bit of mind game and let everyone else in the paddock wonder a bit. Anyway, shouldn't everyone else be looking at themselves other than debating what Ross or Mercedes is letting on? Hmmmm?

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