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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HartleyF1 - Unregistered

March 24, 2012 2:58 PM

Hamilton looked rubbish at the press conference coz he has that Deja vu feeling.. And he knows that if he gets beat by his team mate again after qualifying on pole the championship is soon gonna be outta his grasp SIMPLES!!!! GO JENSON FTW!!!

arcuid

March 24, 2012 3:20 PM
Last Edited 940 days ago

Another 1-2 for McLaren at Qualifying though tire degradation will be a big concern tomorrow. Good run from Schumi but what is going on with Rosberg? Finally HRT gets to be on the grid.

@HRC and Taipan Fungus Face?? Didn't Jense also have some on his face at Post Qualifying press con?

Locks46+91+38&35

March 24, 2012 4:35 PM

@Bryon Lightyear and Rob01 if you guys even see any point in reading this far through the pages of this thread i would just like to say i totally agree with you both . I find myself questioning my own state of mind for even bothering to come on to Crash . Fortunately there are still some people who still take part for the sport. Oh yes the sport ! How different things are looking regarding a championship fight compared to last year. It seems like the Chamionship could end up going to the best man this year. Who ever it is that ends up on top. It really is going to take a huge drive for Alonso to pull a rabbit out off the hat this time . What's going on with Rosberg ? Unless Schumacher is pulling strings he really needs to step it up . Damn the sell out BBC i will have to have a media blackout till they decide to show the only thing that makes it worth my while paying for a TV licence and i certainly will not give anymore of my hardearned to that lot at Sky .

jose - Unregistered

March 24, 2012 6:02 PM

2009,
Looking at Lewis expression on your TV screen you were able
to tell that he was distressed or other wise concerned about whats
going to happen tomorrow. Speculation, guesswork or Tomfoolery type Noise shows you know nothing about Hamilton Actually practicing this type of nonsense disqualifies you
from becoming a store front soothsayer. Please try using Lewis Hamilton, (lulu) you are starting to sound like Tiapan..
Mclaren's #1 Fan

Jose

jose - Unregistered

March 24, 2012 6:14 PM

Locks46+91+38&35,
Chill out Dude. Every thing here is entertainment Never take anything here seriously,. Read a dose of Taipan or Richard.
daily, stay amused!

Badman, Jose

richard

March 24, 2012 6:27 PM

angie. if all goes well and seb can get some heat in his hard tyres, he should be able to keep his position at the start. after that, whilst all the others are rapidly wearing out their mediums on a full load, seb should have no problem. when pit stops begin, seb should be in a prime position to capitalise with fast laps on his hards.his car is fast on hards. he may stay on hards at change over and put on the meds at the end of the race, when car is light. i think that he will be in a good position for a good result.

dave - Unregistered

March 24, 2012 6:42 PM

So, if pushing these tires too hard at the start really does destroy them over three laps, as JB suggests, how hard will the leader out of the first corner be prepared to push in an attempt to open the required two second gap to break the tow? And will the third place car hang back for a couple of laps?
Exciting stuff.

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