F1 » McLaren 'won’t dwell on Hamilton departure'

Sam Michael says McLaren won't dwell on the departure of Lewis Hamilton when he heads to Mercedes for the 2013 F1 season

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Hamster - Unregistered

December 12, 2012 8:07 PM


Lewis pass Heikki in ONE race and that's in Silvestone in the rain and Lewis LAPPED Heikki along the way so whats with letting Lewis pass is not true and finished 4th he had a long battle with Alonso. Majority of the race Heikki started behind Lewis

Mark _

December 12, 2012 9:20 PM

Hamster - I realize that it was a while ago so I will refresh your memory. In France he let Lewis past on the main straight. It was especially obvious given that they were only about half way down the straight. Then in Germany he ran extremely wide at turn 2 to allow Lewis by. I will give them credit though. For the most part they hid it better than Ferrari does.

Michael Fornarina - Unregistered

December 13, 2012 1:18 AM
Last Edited 1235 days ago

I keep reading (here and other places) fans saying that Sergio Perez is 'only' 22.. but keep in mind, Lewis Hamilton was also 'only' 22 when he went to Mclaren and challenged Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen for the 2007 title all the way down to the last race, and he did it as a ROOKIE. Yet, Mclaren swore to full equality for 22 year old rookie Hamilton with 2x wdc Fernando Alonso. --- Perez is 22 but not a rookie and Yet, in contrast.. Jenson Button is already going around crowing that he is Mclaren's 'Number 1 driver' -- imo slapping 22 year old Sergio Perez right in the face. Again.. I agree with pole Position

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