F1 » F1 China 2013: McLaren works to rectify issues


McLaren takes a series of upgrades to China this weekend in an effort to improve performance of its MP4-28

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bob - Unregistered

April 11, 2013 12:26 PM

All the Button haters/Hamilton love boys on this site make me laugh.

Yeah, Button is crap at sorting a car and Hamilton is the bomb.

If Hamilton was still at McLaren, he'd have sorted the problems by now. Just like he did in 2009. He had that car sorted after the first race didn't he. Completely nailed it.

Oh, hang on, no he didn't.

Tell me fanboys, exactly how long was it before Hamilton, the worlds greatest driver and car developer/setup expert, put the 2009 car on the podium?

Correct me if I'm wrong, but I remember it being slightly longer than 2 races. If memory and actual facts serve me correctly, I believe it was 10 races.

I know Hamilton love boys don't like facts, but there's one to choke on!

nickfox - Unregistered

April 11, 2013 1:27 PM

@Bob

Spot on Bob. they all seem to forget these things.
plus they all seem to forget that Mclaren are the only one with a new car built from scratch.

maybe this was not a good idea but they are looking forward to 2014 as well.

i wonder how this will affect the others next year when they all have new car's built from scratch.

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