F1 » Set-up woes hit Hamilton's Suzuka hopes


Lewis Hamilton admitted that Saturday in Suzuka had been one of the most disappointing qualifying sessions of the year and that Sunday's race would be a struggle.

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OnTheOtherHand

October 06, 2012 11:14 AM

Mobilnas.
Unbelievable .
If he had said the car was the worst he had driven and he poled today, would that have made him a genius?
Yesterday he gave an honest opinion.
Today he, after trying to dial the car into an evolving track, admitted getting it wrong.
Does not make him a fool.
This site is full of cynicism.
Enjoy the race tomorrow ALL.

Fuss - Unregistered

October 06, 2012 11:55 AM

@ ben
Hamilton not moaning, but you know ask mr Whitmarsh why Hami qualify top 3. they mess up his car and setup.
don't bother with them Hami, they 're not worth the hassle. Finish out of the points so they get nout either way.

kimki - Unregistered

October 06, 2012 12:46 PM

It all started good...I wonder why they decided to change set-ups in P3 ?? I mean everything was just fine in P1 & P2....He was really looking strong all the way...guess that's it for the championship & everything else!!!

107SS2009

October 06, 2012 1:00 PM

From the look/sound of things/developments this week it sounds/looks like Lulu parted company with mclaren on the worst terms possible, I say (as I did before) that mclaren acted just short of firing him, they just made sure that he would be gone, this regardless of the diplomatic blab by Withmarsh, it now looks like Lulu has started to sort of pay back mclaren, his one eyed fan boys are invited to read the independent newspaper about his (Lulu's) suddenly found new interest in mclaren's car data and his started logging of car details, also visit fisa to read about him boosting that he knows exactly whats going on next year's car.

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