F1 » McLaren ‘to push to the end’

McLaren will not give up on the chance of winning this year's F1 constructors' championship, and has nothing to lose by continuing to develop its car through to the last race of the season, insists Sam Michael.

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October 25, 2012 5:30 PM
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I wish Sam Michael would spare us this kind of talk.If he knows tenths of seconds can make a big difference, why has he and the team customarily thrown away large chunks of time. During 2012, McLaren has served up a masterclass in how to lose I championship by blundering, complacence and smug

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October 25, 2012 10:31 PM

Push to the end for what? It's just another wasted season. Mclaren thinks a little too highly of themselves. When was the last times this team won a constructors championship?

Mark _

October 25, 2012 10:56 PM

@PP - They are not far behind Ferarri and I assume that getting second in the Constructors Championship must pay more than getting third. In any case if they are not going to push then why even bother to show up? In sports you have to have a never say die attitude just like our SF Giants! Tonight's game is going to be good.

Mark _

October 25, 2012 11:14 PM

@PP - I am jealous. I only made it to 2 games this year. I think that you are right about 6. I think that tonight will be tougher than last night. As long as we get at least one win in Detroit we are going to win the series.


October 26, 2012 2:58 PM

What is it with these calls to rally the troops. Let's get real it's too little too late and judging by the drastic loss in the development race it won't have any effect anyway. It's Sayonara to McLaren once again am afraid.

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