F1 » McLaren 'throwing everything and the kitchen sink' at title


As the tension inexorably mounts, Jonathan Neale admits that McLaren-Mercedes is 'running on a very lean edge', 'going out to win each race' and 'throwing everything and the kitchen sink' at the acquisition of the F1 2010 World Championship crown

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Tealeaf - Unregistered

October 06, 2010 2:02 PM

Oh give it a rest, it's as if Redbull and Ferrari are standing still and Mclaren are the only one's working hard, these stuck up people at Woking really do make me laugh it's as if the world revolves around them, just face it the other 2 teams have done a better job and the only reason they had some success recently was down to Newey and the ferrari secrets.

God I'd be so glad if Redbull **** all over them in the remaining races.

tEQUILLA sLAMMER - Unregistered

October 06, 2010 2:14 PM

McJalopys have only stayed close in the title hunt because they have been the team in the best position to take advantage when Ferrari and RB have cocked-up this season!! I would take a guess that Singapore showed the true pace of their car....miles off of Ferrari and RBR!!! And talking of kitchen sinks, McLawnmowers started this season with the advantage of using the drainpipe for their F-Duct, which the other teams then had to design and incorporate into their cars!! Fernando is on a mission to stuff it hard up Ron Dennis chuffer, and hes making a great job of it now!!! #:)

Adie. - Unregistered

October 06, 2010 2:34 PM

Tealeaf,ever thought that a journalist asked a Mclaren spokesperson for a comment and that then crash have chosen to use their reply? Nobody actually says or believes that their rivals are not doing all in their power to improve for the last four races!!

rob01

October 06, 2010 4:44 PM

Right richard.. which team has hit more cars including their own? The title goes to the Red Bull drivers. They have hit everything but the kitchen sink. And crash kid isn't through nor Webber. Bet you a buck they crash someone again.

Teleaf - Unregistered

October 06, 2010 5:22 PM

just for Rob's benefit, I hope someone smashes Shamilton in japan and beyond, wasn't it silvertone when Shamilton cut Vettel's rear tyre causing him a puncture and ruined his race, he also tried at Valencia at the start too but that didn't work, good to see these dirty tactics are coming back to haunt him the idiot, just face it Vettel and Alonso gave Sham a lesson on how fast its possible at Singapore, completely outclassed these so called Mclaren 'world champions'.

rob01

October 06, 2010 5:38 PM

my my teabag.. lewis has got you nervous. and if someone hits anyone I am sure a red bull will be involved. And if anyone is an idiot it's red bull. They should have had the championship by now if not for some extremely bad driving. One of them even tried turning the car into an airplane.

Adie - Unregistered

October 06, 2010 5:52 PM

Teleaf are you the same Tealeaf who commented earlier because if so in your hurry to write more anti Mclaren bile you missed a letter from your name!

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