F1 » McLaren eager to maintain momentum

McLaren hopes to build on the momentum of two wins in the final two races of 2012

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Hertfordshire - Unregistered

December 03, 2012 9:47 PM

Got to say when Mclaren gets the car how Jenson likes it he is a match for anyone the last race was a good example of what Jenson can do when he and the car are at one, he gave Lewis some real trouble in the last race in Brazil and at one point was 40+ sec in front of Lewis, must say the rain did help JB but we then saw the natural speed of Lewis as he passed and pulled away from JB after the safety car and more than likely would have won the race if not for the unfortunate race incident.

oldtimer - Unregistered

December 03, 2012 10:27 PM

If they maintain the sort of erratic momentum they had last year then it will be more of the same midfield qualifying, strange tactics, poor pit stops and poor reliability, until they put somebody in charge who can kick **** Whitmarsh will continue to say what a wonderful job they are doing with another none finish and 15th place for Button.

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