F1 » Hamilton: Plenty of work still to do


Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes still has plenty of work to despite his impressive pace on his final pre-season outing ahead of the Australian Grand Prix

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Taipan

March 03, 2013 2:28 PM

Sunny, It must cause the fanboys some confusion that it's Lulu's team mate that's gone 4 tenths faster than him, one of them was claiming yesterday that Lulu's natural speed made the car half a second faster, does that mean Rosberg's natural speed makes the Merc 9 tenths faster?

Other news - Lulu's DOG has been given a pitpass. Oh well he's been inflicting cruelty to F1 fans for years, now he's taken up cruelty to animals. What sort of place is an F1 paddock for a DOG?

I'm surprised he didn't do a Paris Hilton and just get a chiwawa in a handbag!

107SS2009

March 03, 2013 2:47 PM

Taipan, Lulu's one eyed fan boys were getting plenty exited and some even ticklish about his time.
Rosberg's time (up to mid day) means he went half a second faster than Lulu.
A dog is still a dog big or small but a handbag!!! I never imagined a gangsta type with a handbag!.

Westy - Unregistered

March 03, 2013 3:03 PM
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Yes nico only came out for a one lap flyer whereas Hamilton was on a 5/6 lap stint yestoday .. Nice time by both but reckon merc has shown their hand where red bull mclaren defiantly haven't and maybe Ferrari haven't either.

richard

March 03, 2013 3:23 PM

ty. apart from maybe being your dinner, what is a chiwawa?

no doubt you have seen the posts attacking me for being factual about lulus time yesterday! what was your countrywomans first recording? lulu and the luvvers?

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