F1 » Hamilton regretting costly rear wing choice


Lewis Hamilton was unhappy with the decision to switch back to an older version of the McLaren rear wing before qualifying on Saturday, but admits that he'd backed the team's call.

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blublz

September 02, 2012 11:14 AM

Speed Trap
16th Button 301.2
21st Hamilton 296.4

Sector 1
1st Button 31.104
17th Hamilton 31.523

Sector 2
3rd Hamilton 47.554
5th Button 47.605

Sector 3
1st Button 28.797
15th Hamilton 29.198

jollyseven

September 02, 2012 11:30 AM

One of the reasons I find lulu so hard to like is he always has to have an excuse, and it's never his fault.
Wasn't the decision to run high down force also based on tyre wear for the race, knowing that Hamilton is hard on his tyres.

Shame - Unregistered

September 02, 2012 11:30 AM

If Hamilton did not agree with what Whitmars demands for a new contract in the next two years, so I promise that you will always have many problems in the car

arcuid

September 02, 2012 11:41 AM

jollyseven Lewis agreed with the team. Nowhere does he say in the article that it was the teams fault. He was part of that decision and regrets it along with some irresponsible Tweeting of his complaints which he later deleted.

Taipan

September 02, 2012 12:03 PM

Richard, the hero of twitter also made some offensive "urban" remark and advised his "hommies" (whatever they are) to google it if the didn't know the term. He had to delete that comment as well.
Weren't we told with some certainty that Lulu's new contract would be sorted out during the summer break? I can't imagine making an idiot of himself by blaming his team on social media sites will make McLaren any more keen on giving him what he wants contract wise.
McLaren will have to add to his contract that he must be accompanied by an adult whenever he hits the internet or does a media interview!

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