F1 » Hamilton delighted with maiden Mercedes outing

Lewis Hamilton had much to celebrate after the Australian GP, despite missing out on a podium finish after battling hard all afternoon.

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Chris - Unregistered

March 17, 2013 11:55 AM
Last Edited 1058 days ago

But Taipan, Rosberg finished 57 seconds back in 12th last year? So they had a better start this year in terms of performance.

Rosberg got no points until the freak win in China last year. But I suppose you'll somehow paint Hamilton in a negative light if he hasn't acheived that come China.

Mercedes last dry race in Austin, Rosberg was next to be lapped and Schumacher was over a lap down at the finish line in 13th and 16th. Yet you don't think the car has improved.

Solid start from Mercedes. Yes the car has improved from what they ended up with towards the end of last year, but so it should. Would have been nice to have Rosberg finish aswell, so lets hope these gremlins can be worked out.

Thought the car would have had more race pace, just goes to show it's hard to tell just from tesing. They still have work to do on the tyres. Seeing kimi do a 2 stop and still have the pace towards the end must be worrying for all the teams.

Glad to see its

westy - Unregistered

March 17, 2013 12:10 PM

oh right taipan so are you saying that red bull are 22seconds off the pace as vettel was 22 secs behind i dont think so mate we see this last year some cars on some tracks work better than others even you know this.. but if hamilton can keep the car 5th or higher with a few race wins im sure hell fair better than shumi or rosberg have in mercedes and i have a feeling hamilton is refreshed and rareing to go wich brings the best in him out. going to be a good season.


March 17, 2013 12:12 PM

Lewis Hamilton supporters mus be a real painful "Thorn in your side".
Glad to see you still have your AIR of NEGATIVITY.

Ever heard the expression " Fresh Start" ?

Lewis Hamilton is delighted because Mercedes achieved more than everyone expected, hope it continues, maybe your right and it will not.

Look forward to reading your next spin.

prof-x - Unregistered

March 17, 2013 12:44 PM

could have been a lot worse, beat his former team, did marginally well, Ferrari have the best way with the tires, just like last year (hint hint) but I think as long as Mercedes can deliver a car which can manage the tires and produce the right amount of performance Hamilton can get the job done, Rosberg will probably be tougher than Alonso to deal with :)

Clone - Unregistered

March 17, 2013 12:56 PM


Errr...no...we're actually not upset. Why would we be? You have been proven wrong in your pre-season predictions (or hopes). Lewis is not competing with midfield teams. The move from Mercedes was a good thing. He will have a chance of winning races this year. And when he wins, he'll be allowed to keep the trophies for once.

FiatBater - Unregistered

March 17, 2013 1:01 PM

On current showing it looks like the move to Mercedes may not have been such a bad idea. Outqualifying Rosberg, comfortably beating both McLarens and finishing 32 laps in front of Rosberg.
Nobody in their right minds could passibly find anything negative to say about his race.


March 17, 2013 1:17 PM

After Alonso let him off early on by not attempting to turn in despite having the line, he got passed around the 'outside' twice today and didn't crash, it was a solid effort after a very good qualifying effort

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