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Kimi Raikkonen gives Lotus perfect start to 2013 F1 season as he sees of Fernando Alonso and Sebastian Vettel to the line in Melbourne.

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Amigo - Unregistered

March 17, 2013 4:55 PM

What a misery for Nico Hulkenberg?
His move prove to be getting better car but he even can not start race.
If he heritage Kamui Kobayashi garage and then it'll be disaster for him 2013.
I believe last year Kamui car was under funded compare to Perez car. Perez car was always top condition and Kamui car was always problem in technical and parts.
I think Sauber Team should give Hulkenberg' car more fund this year.
Good luck Nico for rest of the season.
I always though Mercedes power Force India car is better on most of track then Sauber.


March 17, 2013 7:21 PM

I suppose Mercedes are going to repeat what they did what Schumi...flashes of speed but also ran otherwise. They have got perhaps the best two drivers compared to other teams but will just floor it with technical and strategic faults.
Force India is another team who loose edge due to late strategic calls and in general not using conditions to their advantage despite decent and reliable car

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