F1 » Hamilton blitzes first Abu Dhabi practice


Lewis Hamilton put McLaren back at the top of the F1 times by posting a time three-tenths faster than team-mate Jenson Button in the opening session at Yas Marina.

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jose - Unregistered

November 02, 2012 12:51 PM

Nothing new here..Meboy is top Dog again ..Fingers crossed for
Saturday Qualifying. Still I ask my old question..
What team can afford not to have Lewis Hamilton..
Mclaren again looses a top-notch driver...Again!
Hamilton #1 Fan

Old Jose

sodesu - Unregistered

November 02, 2012 12:59 PM

I see plenty of similarity between him and Perez TBH, both quick, both slightly erratic. Hamilton probably better in single lap pace (but then again he's probably the best there is in single lap pace ATM), Perez probably ahead on race craft. And tyre conservation.

But have to say this bodes well, would love to at least see Seb have to fight someone this time. Would be good for the championship if Lewis could stay up there throughout the weekend, and hopefully Button too.

richard

November 02, 2012 1:02 PM

oh here we go again! it is only FIRST PRACTICE. lulu has been fastest in fp1 on ten occassions this year. has he 10 wins?

apart from that. the likes of red bull and ferrari were disadvantaged. ferrari were trying a number of different wing combos, and re bull had not received all their parts from india!

Yawn - Unregistered

November 02, 2012 1:22 PM

The USA should have got Red Bull to coordinate the efforts to resist floods of Hurricane Sandy
-they are the absolute Masters of 'Sandbagging'

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