F1 » Herbert: Hamilton the one under pressure at McLaren

Johnny Herbert believes that Jenson Button now holds the position of strength at McLaren, and Lewis Hamilton needs to react before it's too late.

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FreddyFreeloader - Unregistered

May 05, 2010 11:43 AM

JB has heaped pressure on LH. That is fact. It simple JB has kept his cool better that all on the grid - not just LH and picked up the wins. LH, SV & FA have more pure speed but you play it how you find it and JB is playing it better than all the rest. He's not my favorite but I can't fault him

indy - Unregistered

May 05, 2010 12:06 PM

buttons proved he's the top dog at mclaren despite lulu being ron's pet as the no1 in the team and getting preferential treatment.watch for hamilton being shipped out if he doesn't get the wdc in 2010,he's been there for years and one lucky wdc is not enough for a top team.arrogant,wreckless driver versus a cool driver who can use his own brain,i know who i would have and it isn't lulu the cheating liar.


May 05, 2010 12:20 PM
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Dear Mr. Herbert, If I were you, I'd keep my mouth shut for untill we have at least couple of more races on the DRY or start at full rain, not mix where whoever has an emagination bout rain prevision wins the race, then you can come here and comment what you like. And FYI, LH is under no pressure, that man made 4 pit stops n still finished the race less than 2 secs of the leader who only pitted once, what pressure?! Its still early days Pah, wins will come n they'll be lots it. He is happy and thankfully he is not stressed out cause he understends that and so does the team, they know what the future holds for them both (LH & Mclaren). So for now just seat back relax and wait for sunday rac!

ali - Unregistered

May 05, 2010 12:26 PM

i realy agree 100% Mr CarlosCabeto, we know LH is the only man who can overtake every driver, did you ever see JB overtaking any one except some one whomake mistake like nico,

Mojo Jojo

May 05, 2010 12:28 PM

Credit really has to go to Whitmarsh and how he has managed his drivers. These are two world champions were talking about here. Not an easy task.

A far cry from when Ron was there to manage a star rookie and a world champion. We all know how that turned out.

To be honest, I thought Martin was going to be a complete clone of Dennis. Glad he proved me wrong.


May 05, 2010 12:46 PM

You see, this is why I don't bother with the weather forecast any more. Nobody knows what's going to happen in any detail. Why are we listening to Johnny? Let's remember whether anyone actually guessed right shall we? Apart from myself of course - modesty forbids :-)

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