F1 » Hamilton targets Korean victory


Lewis Hamilton hopes to fight for his first F1 victory on Korean soil after finishing as runner-up for the past two years

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bob - Unregistered

October 10, 2012 9:32 AM

The car that I ended the race with in Japan felt great...

Really? That's strange. The fanboys are always telling us that you can drive a dog of a car and still win.

And yet, at the end of the Japanese race your car felt great.

So, fanboys, please enlighten us as to how Button was only 4 seconds in front of LULU after the last stops and then actually finished the race over 21 seconds ahead?

matt - Unregistered

October 10, 2012 9:53 AM

lewis got 5th again in japan.3 5ths in a row,so im not really suprised he struggled in japan.
in korea tho,he has a good record(two 2nd places).so if he struggles in korea i will get very suspicious,thats for sure.but maybe mclaren now just want to focus on making sure button finishes the season on a high.
we'll see.

matt - Unregistered

October 10, 2012 9:56 AM

bob didnt alonso say lewis is the only driver who can win in a car that isnt the quickest?is alonso a lewis fanboy?and lewis meant his car started to handle how he wanted it to after he heard that clunk noise,
before then the car understeered massively.

matt - Unregistered

October 10, 2012 10:00 AM

so taz,if button all of a sudden starts outqualifying lewis,that will be normal will it?despite the quali stats this season up until lewis announced he was leaving mclaren.i think you need to look up the word delusional.

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