F1 » McLaren 'have a fundamental issue', car is 'a mess'

BBC F1's triumvirate of Martin Brundle, David Coulthard and Eddie Jordan have painted a bleak picture indeed for the prospects of McLaren-Mercedes, Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button heading into the forthcoming 2011 campaign...

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Ian G - Unregistered

March 10, 2011 9:29 AM

wishfull thinking daz....they are not sand bagging at the rate they are going they will struggle to finish the race in Oz lots of hydraulic probs and exhaust issues too, we have no done any miles with the car yet so we have no idea what other problems we have?? not looking good at all and both drivrs have statted this.


March 10, 2011 10:57 AM

It looks like Ian G is someone who works with Mclaren and seems to know more than anyone else does on here,as i feared it is not looking good at all.As for Ron coming back Ian seems to think that there is a good chance that it may happen,and i think that it has got to happen,so fingers crossed that it does.

Eric - Unregistered

March 14, 2011 1:55 AM

I feel that the car performance has been losing competitiveness since Ron Dennis gave up control of the McLaren F1 team. Ron was a hands on man with a lot of experience which the team has lost. I suggest that Ron be brought back to head the team so that the car can be competitive again.

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