F1 » Hamilton ready to give McLaren first corner flutters


Lewis Hamilton insists that there will be no quarter given on the run to turn one in Malaysia - even if it raises pulse rates at McLaren.

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107SS2009

March 25, 2012 7:45 AM

“I will have to make my car as wide as the track) I never remember a driver having said that openly (his intentions), he seems to have forgot his criticism of Massa saying he (Massa) having the widest car on track, maybe it's meant as intimidation to the others behind him.

Tak - Unregistered

March 25, 2012 9:27 AM

Race just suspended by hard rain. This is showing how stupid Eclestone is to delay start to evening, when weather is more unstable. No one would watch race car behind pace car all afternoon, nor just line-up on the grid. We all want to see racing.

Ryan - Unregistered

March 25, 2012 9:37 AM

******* Grosjean what a ****er, stupid inexperienced ****, happy he's out of the race to say the least, Schumi has had some rotten luck so far this season brilliant performances in qualifying only to be let down by his car in Australia and hit by a ****** at Malaysia.

jose - Unregistered

March 25, 2012 9:56 AM

Me boy is the man. We must wait and see who "Lady Luck"
gives the smile.
2009, with all this hate and jealousy the fact still remains
Lewis Hamilton is the 'Golden Goose' of F1. Crash knows
how to get the best bang for the buck, Lewis Hamilton.
Call him lulu if you like. Hamilton is the top Dog

Mclaren #1 Fan
A Dog's day afternoon it is
Jose

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