F1 » Hamilton: We have plenty to build on


Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button aim to build on McLaren's practice pace in Abu Dhabi

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Calvin _

November 02, 2012 5:23 PM

So having made confident statements pre-race that the options tyres were not going to be a problem, it now seems that they are.

This is becoming typical McLaren, saying there is no problem or that it has been sorted out and then finding that it hasn't.

Don't know why they don't just shut up.

Taipan

November 02, 2012 7:34 PM

Dear fanboys,

Let Uncle Taipan give you some good advice...

Make the most of these last 3 races watching Lulu in a good team, driving a good car. Because next season you really will have a team and car to whine about!

Kindest regards...

Kev - Unregistered

November 02, 2012 9:44 PM

Lewis I used to race against a lad when I was ten called Wesley grave he went to race super one and six months later I read in the paper u and him have bin signed for mclaren I beat him to the the championship the year before running a on a shoe string budget why he was spending 10,000 a year. Why did mclaren drop him after a year and keep you was he just not good enough.

Googolplex

November 03, 2012 12:58 AM
Last Edited 786 days ago

Jose,

THIS BIT DELETED BECAUSE IT MAKES NO SENSE NOW JOSE'S HUMOROUS POST IS GONE.

Did you notice how quick those Mercs were in comparison to the McLarens? Now, is that fact or do you call that nefarious Taipan logic?

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