F1 » McLaren vows to keep fighting hard

McLaren set to keep developing its MP4-26 for as long as possible during the remainder of the F1 season

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August 24, 2011 8:37 PM

Then why did the team , as Rosberg said, take off for two weeks holiday? Maybe I need a new line of work, but if my product fails, we keep at until it's sorted out. They'll be plenty of time to sleep when yer dead

Zero - Unregistered

August 24, 2011 9:02 PM

ALL the teams HAVE to shut down for two weeks,the staff have lives outside of work after all! Besides, it's not like they're giving up half way through the year like certain other teams...

christy - Unregistered

August 25, 2011 1:08 AM

McLaren vows to keep fighting hard?
what they meant is....fighting to keep losing from LH aggressive driving..carry on drving like a lunatic-crazy-A$$ driving lead you to aggressive crashes and DNF..this is so true..LH never learns does he?...stuborn as a mule..he may be and a open-mouth loser when things doesnt go his way...gee!..what a 1st class lunatic driver...but guess what..he got no where to go except maclaren for next season....tsk tsk tsk

Stu Pid - Unregistered

August 25, 2011 7:53 AM

christy is not a Spanish name is it ?

It is obviously very hard for you guys to accept that your great star has been eclipsed, I do hope that spouting utter drivel on the internet makes things better.

If not, try doing some real hard work, your economy is in absolute tatters due to your laziness !

speedking - Unregistered

August 25, 2011 10:30 AM

Mclaren is a good team because they have Jenson who has the luck of the Irish and can make good decisions in changing conditions. And then they have that very very fast driver person as well, i think he holds a couple of records in f1 as well, not sure though.

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