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McLaren looks at the best strategy option to aid Jenson Button in Korea

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OnTheOtherHand

October 13, 2012 10:21 PM

Hey Taipan.
Are you well ?
For a bit of light entertainment, I challenge you to post something positive or nice about a poster who has written something positive or nice about Lewis Hamilton.
Should be more enjoyable than X Factor.

Liam48

October 14, 2012 2:30 AM

@OnTheOtherHand why should Taipan accept anything nice you guys say About Hamilton? When you guys can't even say anything nice about the other driver? Your comment is very hypocritical & every F1 fan knows that the Hanilton fans are the worst fans in the sport. Belittling every other driver & besting them down to build their driver up is a classic sign of weakness & it shows their hero isn't as GREAT as they believe. All us F1 fans laugh at your delusion!

kiwibob

October 14, 2012 4:28 AM

Taipan is liam48 a fanboy or is this just english slang Belittling every other driver & besting them down . As for button he will be the first car with new rubber and he is a very good driver who on his day is like webber the best on his day as well

wheeltowheel - Unregistered

October 14, 2012 4:40 AM

Hi folks. Ham did a good job yesterday. Did I really say that? And JB was v unlucky with those yellows, which one or two others appeared to ignore. The rule is you lift. It's the safest option, but can severely f'up your qualy as we saw. I noticed that when cars leave their garage during qualy it looks v dangerous. Was it Ham who had to swerve to avoid another car in the pit lane passing on the right? The mechanic steps out of the garage to check the all clear, but if, at that moment, another car is released it's too late, your man is already accelerating out and wanting, above all, to keep his tyres warm. Looks like an accident just waiting to happen to me. Seems safer to me that the cars should come in and change tyres and adjust other settings like they do during a pit stop. Might reduce the chances of a collision. Your thoughts richard Sunny Taipan salan Jose Jasper Jayru RGB ?

wheeltowheel - Unregistered

October 14, 2012 4:54 AM

Please note that this is the new PC W2W trying to promote serious discussion between the lovers and the haters and trying to introduce a little F1 fan harmony. Will it work? Who can tell? But we try anyway.
Remember your read it here first.
Neck lines are getting lower, and hem lines are getting higher. Nobody knows where it's all leading to, but everyone wants to be there when it happens! :-)
Good luck Ham and good luck Jens.
Hoping Alonso wins, sort of, if McL can't.

Angelina - Unregistered

October 14, 2012 5:03 AM

kiwibob
To ur delight and dissappointment of hami fanboys, I will like to say that there is not much diff betn Hami and rbr no.2. Both r fast on certain tracks, need a fast car to deliver, inconsistent even in a fast car, prone to crashes, better qualifiers than racers, etc.
I think Taipan might agree with me.

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