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Bernie Ecclestone: Lewis' name a stamp of good housekeeping for Mercedes

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October 27, 2012 9:06 AM

Morning Taipan and all.
To me the facts are there to see. Lulu touted himself to Red Bull and Ferrari and they did not want the hassle and the hype. Maclaren probably would have held onto him with Ron still loving Lulu but when you do the dirty on a team that has nurtured you for twenty years all that is left is the next "big" team.
Would loved to have been a fly on the wall when Red Bull and Ferrai said no!!!!

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October 27, 2012 9:30 AM


Yes they were new parts, but you are making it sound as if Lewis hasnt got a clue whether the car has a new part or not.

Jayne, Mclaren didnt bring Lewis to this would, you cannot flog a dead horse, why continue when you are no happy, You by the sword you die by the sword, if am correct Mclaren are poaching a Ferrari apprentice. So Ferrari saying no made your day ah? wow!


October 27, 2012 11:15 AM

jayne. the funny thing is that lulu was touting himself to ferrari and rbr in MAY, yet brawn claims that he approached merc in DECEMBER last. it that was true, then merc might have not shown interest initially, and ferrari and rbr were second and third choices. as i said before, there appears to be some other factor influencing the situation.

lulumerc. mclaren approached ferrari about giving perez the seat. and ferrari gave permission.


October 27, 2012 5:46 PM

Rob, I did not say that Lulu is not FERRARI material, I was quoting FERRARI saying so, and in my opinion that makes a lot of sense.
It is useless and a waste of time for you to keep hoping that Alonso or any other driver for that matter will have classic brain farts a la Lulu.

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