F1 » Hamilton snares pole in McLaren lock-out


Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button beat the title contenders to pole in Sao Paulo

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puh-leeease - Unregistered

November 25, 2012 3:56 AM

Its not the car you say? Heck, even Jenson the snail is on the front row. Its definitely the car.

They are the fastest in sector 3. Yeah, it takes a lot of talent to get time back by driving on a straight with a faster car, and thats how they were doing it.

Dangerous_Dave - Unregistered

November 25, 2012 4:11 AM

Let's not be silly now - Massa isn't going to miss the brake pedal and plough into Vettel. I would expect it to be more of an ill-judged overtaking manoeuvre taking out Vettel's tyre with his front wing.

Place your bets!

Bowzer27 - Unregistered

November 25, 2012 4:18 AM

Gotta love the rubbish that goes on in these comments.
Vettel wins a few races, and Webber barely keeps up with him, and Its gotta be the car.
Hamilton wins a few races, and Button barely keeps up with him, and its because of the driver.
And a lot of hatred for Alonso, blaming him for Ferrari's decisions.
What a lot of crap. Why dont most of you just write
'Im a fan of (Driver) so everyone else sucks.'
Its like a childs playground in here.

cknopp - Unregistered

November 25, 2012 5:46 AM

@bowzer

...shhhhhhhhhhhhh! If the fanbois were to actually speak with logic and proportion, I would lose all interest in this site! The only reason I come here is to watch what happens to grown men (and a few women) when their favorite driver gets destroyed by another.

The irritation to their rectal area directly triggers what their fingers type, and for the most part, it is hilarious!

Ptolomy - Unregistered

November 25, 2012 6:59 AM

Behold all Formula 1 fans. Lewis Hamilton's last gasp in Formula 1. A golden opportunity squandered. Six years driving one the top cars and only one championship to speak of. And that one was gifted by Timo Glock, and by a razor's edge.
Its off to drive the silver and turquois slug for a few years until they get rid of you for bad behaviour, or when you quit and join Force India or whatever after one of your "attention spells." Now lets see what a driver that has earned the seat, and is grateful of the blessing to drive one of the best race cars on earth, is able to do

richard

November 25, 2012 9:10 AM

ptolomy. interesting comment from dennis, to the effect that he "thinks/hopes" that lulu may be back at their door after "a year". he knows lulu has a contract for three years, so does he believe that lulu will get fed up with merc fairly quickly?

bob - Unregistered

November 25, 2012 9:25 AM

I love it!

Vettel (or anyone else) puts the car on pole and the Hamilton fanboys explain to everyone that it's just the car.

Hamilton puts it on pole, and 'it's not the car, it's Lewis'.

Not for a second do they see the irony in their comments. For 3 years now all we hear about is how bad Jenson is and that he is a crap qualifier, yet Hamilton puts it on pole by just 5/100ths of a second over JB and 'it's not the car it's Hamilton'.

OH MY GOD!

Oh, but hang on, I just figured it out. The car really isn't that good, Hamilton put it on pole cause he's the best ever and JB is only in P2 because he was lucky! That's right!.

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