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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arcuid

October 06, 2012 2:25 PM

To richard and sunny.

"I think if I was pursuing intellectual property from other teams, I'd probably go for engineers not drivers," he said.

"But I think Lewis is respectful of the team and what it's doing." -Martin Whitmarsh

source: motorsport.nextgen-auto.com

richard

October 06, 2012 2:34 PM

rb. ad all along i tought that it was stepney, who took the manual and gave it to coughlan? at least that is what you were saying before, when asking why ferrari had not fired stepney!

arcuid, f1.com had driver quotes on their site (since changed). lulu said the car was crap! and the report in the indo was said to be from egineers within macca. they were surprised at the sudden interest in info.

of course it could all be media hype. designers move from team to team, and cannot just forget what tey have been doing. remember force india/ caterham?

rob01

October 06, 2012 2:40 PM

Yes richard.. my point was to show how stupid it is to suddenly point fingers at something that happens every year in F1. Teams hire each others employees at a much higher level ,than a driver can understand. Lewis's sudden interest will not turn around the Merc. If that were true than Alonso would have had an unbeatable structure with his knowledge of three other teams in his belt.

me - Unregistered

October 06, 2012 4:39 PM

Why would anyone want to employ a man who is so obviously a pariah? How he can pull these stunts on the team that made him is beyond me!

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