F1 » McLaren boss eager to minimise mistakes

Martin Whitmarsh says McLaren needs to stay mistake free if it wants to remain the team to beat in the F1 standings

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Calvin _

April 17, 2012 5:32 PM

That's also why there are two drivers in each team, so that if one stuffs up, you have another one there to bring home the points, provided of course you apply the same amount of care to each drivers race strategy.

Fewer race mistakes under Ron? I think so.


April 17, 2012 5:43 PM

Fewer race mistakes under Ron? I think so.

Oh why did you have to say that? Now we are going to have the likely lads richard and ty telling us about lie gate and how Ron deceived Max the fancy dress dancer Mosley.

«2PAC» #ByAnyMeansNecessary

April 17, 2012 6:19 PM

whitmarsh has a long way to go to be mentioned in the same breath as dennis. many have purchased formula 1 teams and had to sell up or gone to the wall whilst ron dennis has built a world brand and become a sports car manufacturer in his own right.

whitmarsh still has much to learn imo, he knows the problem, question is does he know the procedures to put in place to stop it happening in the future?


April 17, 2012 6:21 PM

ronnie. you are great for giving others ammunition! there was nothing about liegate, and yet it is YOU who brings it up! but now that you have...........! actually i wouldnt even bother as it has nothing to do with the thread. happy now?

Jenny - Unregistered

April 17, 2012 6:51 PM

Lets keep the mistake on Lewis car! Button's car is like a Cadillac handle it with care.

Can someone when last did MW talk about minimising mistakes? Well I guess its never!!!

Its like who cares whether Lewis leaves the pit after 1hr of trying to get the jack on the car but DRS Button! heads would roll if you make any mistake.

Jenny - Unregistered

April 17, 2012 7:00 PM

if you truly believe that their is, what are you basing your theory on?


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