F1 » Red Bull and Mercedes hoping to spoil McLaren's day

Compared with their dominating form in 2011, Red Bull are looking almost ordinary in Sepang, while Mercedes continue to look on the verge of sparking into life.

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cknopp - Unregistered

March 23, 2012 3:28 PM

With the McLarens qualifying 7/10ths up in Australlia, and being up 5/10ths in Malaysia practice...

Where are all of the calls that it is just the car? You know, like we have had to hear ad nauseum for the last 2 years about Red Bull...

It is funny how people always scream for close racing, right up to the point that their favorite team has a large advantage, because then it becomes "payback".

Bigotry is very unbecoming.

Tealeaf - Unregistered

March 23, 2012 5:35 PM

@ cknopp

Completely agree with you, it's always the Sham brigade moaning about RBR's pace in the last 2 years and always wanted parity yet they're awfully quiet about Mclaren's advantage this year, if Shdm can stay out of trouble and win this race they'll be like "oh the best driver ever", quite pathetic really and such a shame it's not a track that the better drivers can make a big difference in getting the most of a slower csr like in Australia where Vettel beat Sham whilst driving a slower car, shame but let's hope it rains then anything can happen.


March 23, 2012 6:38 PM

Come on now Rob can't blame the safety car, Lulu could have overtaken Seb after the SC period, fastest car, no blocking rule, best racer against Seb who can't drive without EBD (apparently) I would have thought it would be easy given all the above....

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