F1 » McLaren too strong again in tight qualifying

McLaren booked themselves a second consecutive front row all to themselves, with Lewis Hamilton on pole position ahead of Jenson Button for Sunday's race in Malaysia.

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March 24, 2012 12:09 PM

Well you have to give it to fungus face, he sure can drive a lap.
Interesting to see the smile wiped off finger boy, he not a happy chappie now he's lost the fastest tool and his team mate is showing him some rear end.
I honestly dont think the McLaren has a huge advantage but they need to protect what they do have over the season.
I'd like to see fungus lead and see what button can do when behind.
Cant see the chin keeping pace tbh.

Doncichi - Unregistered

March 24, 2012 12:19 PM

In my opinion Jenson Button is going to be starting the majority of this season behind Lewis come the end of quail.....if Lewis keeps banging that car on pole which he's doing with ease at moment - taking both poles on his first Q3 run ....it was a tenth today but could have been 3 or 4 tenths very easily, if not for the lockup at the final corner....as Jenson mentioned in his post quail interview "it was more than an tenth" more mentally......

Its going to be tricky for Jenson to keep finishing 2nd in my opinion consistently - quali as always been a weakness.....now you have Kimi and MS popping up laced with experience and pace....but no doubt come race day if Jenson is on the front row he's a very dangerous individual.....and will be tomorrow!!!!

Paul - Unregistered

March 24, 2012 12:23 PM

It's great to see schumacher on form again . i bet hamilton is eating his hat in regards of what he said about him 2 years ago.

"The seven-times world champion Michael Schumacher is just too old to make an impact in modern Formula One", according to the new championship leader, Lewis Hamilton. guardian.co.uk, Friday 25 June 2010

hamilton might be a great driver, but he'll never acompish half of what schumacher accomplished. I'm pretty sure will won't see hamilton challenging for podiums at 43 and still being a TOP performer in F1.

jose - Unregistered

March 24, 2012 12:27 PM

Richards, Taipan did you see me boys? Flat-out took care of business. Mclaren can smell victory. But less not count our
'Dogs' just yet. Lady Luck has a fickle side. We must keep a
close eye on Kimi and Grosjean. I think the Frenchman
is the real deal...
How sweet it is..
Ride that Greyhound baby

Badman, Jose


March 24, 2012 12:36 PM

LOL you're on form Richard, keep up the good work.

Time for a little competition...

Who'll be first on the radio to complain about destroyed tyres and on what lap?

Morning Jose and DOG.

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