F1 » Whitmarsh: McLaren fired-up for Istanbul repeat

Martin Whitmarsh hints that McLaren-Mercedes is ready to turn up the wick on Red Bull Racing in next weekend's Turkish Grand Prix in Istanbul, scene of a one-two finish for Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button in 2010...

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cleme1 - Unregistered

April 30, 2011 9:43 AM

I dont think the Bulls will make the same mistake this year, yes the mclarens are catching up but i think it's still a bit to soon to think they will have a easy time but good luck anyway.

Chris-GB - Unregistered

April 30, 2011 2:20 PM

Ahhhhh... thats the beauty of the start of this season right now and as one team's dominance wanes!!... no one knows... Mclaren could pull off the 1-2, as could Red Bull, or even Ferrari start to come good... Good luck to Mclaren but bring on the racing!! The Bull is still fastest but if the Macs can stay within a few tenths it's going to be a cracker of a race without doubt!

David-Ian - Unregistered

April 30, 2011 2:30 PM

Ref Chris-GB: I too agree that this next race (Turkey)has every ingredients to make a real gripper of a race.

As a Mc Laren fan, I only hope that the 26's new aero upgrades works from the off and gives an instant performance improvement, as this hasn't always been the case with previous upgrades.

Go HAMILTON! Over take the Bulls again and bring the car home in P1!


April 30, 2011 4:57 PM

newbie. i was joking! but you made a comment that dont agree with , and said so to rob who made a similar comment. NOBODY should wish that any team or car should crash out. we want to see a race!

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