F1 » Hamilton to start third after 'massively tough' afternoon


Lewis Hamilton: I've had a good feeling all weekend, but his afternoon was massively tough: one of my toughest qualifying sessions for some time, in fact.

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westy - Unregistered

May 27, 2012 10:14 AM

well hammi you will start third so no diving inside ever closing corners you and maclaren can have a good race from 3rd plus you start infront of the 2 leading the championmship big race for you mate, for j.b i rekon has got a frustrating race on his hands as its not the best track to overtake. c'nt belive shumi got pole sounded like his was chocked up on team radio good on him he needed that..

ronsgoldenboy

May 27, 2012 10:24 AM

Hammi seems to be able to get more out to the Mclaren car than his teammate no matter the setup or track conditions, also Hammi is mastering the pirelli's better than Jenson.

Its really good to see Ham learning on the job in 2012 and once Ham has mastered the pirelli's i cant see what challenge Jenson who is a top f1 driver can offer to a driver who is naturally quick and becoming an A level student in tyre management.

It seems like order is being restored at Mclaren.

ZAK. - Unregistered

May 27, 2012 12:03 PM

Jeeze thank god Piecan likes Maldonado or this thread would be red hot with fury! I am gonna sit down with a beer and popcorn as Maldonado sythes through the pack shunting off anyone who stands in his way!... GO, GO, Pastor.

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