F1 » Herbert: Development key to Hamilton chances

Johnny Herbert says Mercedes need to keep pace with rivals development to give Lewis Hamilton the chance of fighting for victory

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superdowg316 - Unregistered

January 15, 2013 12:39 PM

I'm not being a Hatermilton here but I reckon that not much development will go into this years Mercedes. I mean, why waste a lot of money on something that will only last this year when you can work on the new spec cars of next year? I could be wrong and he does a Rossi and wins straight away and make Mercedes a dominate force, but until we see the car and the times from the tests and Melbourne, it's too hard to say


January 15, 2013 1:14 PM

This is not the old F1. Its a spec F1. Merc has a good chance of providing a car to both Nico and Lewis. The regs were further tightened for 13. As a poster on here said a month ago. All top teams have a 50/50 chance at getting it right. That goes as well for Sauber,Williams and other mid packers.


January 15, 2013 3:33 PM

of course rob. every one has a 50/50 chance, even caterham and marussia. you either win or you don't....50/50. right?

in fact there are very few changes for 2013. merc have had plenty of chance already to improve things, and they didn't. how do you think that 2013 will be any better? they are not ferrari, a team that improved drastically over the year.

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