F1 » Chandhok: McLaren won't have caught up by Korea

Currently out-of-work Hispania Racing F1 2010 rookie Karun Chandhok reckons this weekend's inaugural Korean Grand Prix will turn out to be another Red Bull benefit, as it will be 'impossible' for McLaren to catch up in just two weeks

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October 18, 2010 1:07 PM

on a track that perfectly suited red bull, dont know if mclaren could have raced red bull if hamilton had started from third and not had gear box worries, they may get closer in korea, or as they have done recently, trip over themselves


October 18, 2010 1:20 PM

taz. i raised the point about new tarmac about a week ago, and i see that a number of drivers have expressed their concern, as well. newly laid tarmac at spa in 1987 (or was it 89)caused serious problems resulting in postponement of the race until late in the season. the surface is likely to be like a skating rink, so there could be fun and games on friday.


October 18, 2010 1:40 PM


It may well crumble but I certainly don't wish it to crumble hence my remark.

Should be interesting as you say, see if we actually get a decent TV feed this weekend.

Jose - Unregistered

October 18, 2010 3:40 PM

Chandhok, right-on guy, good to hear that you know just what is going on at Big Mac..

Two weeks in F1 is almost a light year my man when it comes to making changes in F1.

A wonderful statement, its not hard to see why you are out of a seat. you were at HRT longer than Two weeks, nothing changed, actually they told you to hit the road.

Tell you what, take your resume and gold over to Big Mac in January. Apply for a position, any position. If they are looking for a Palm Reader, soothsayer, tea leaf reading WDC want-ab .. you got the job....

Crash, ...Just who is this guy??


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