F1 » F1 China 2013: 'Fernando and Kimi just too fast,' admits Lewis

"Whilst I would have loved the win, I'm really happy with third place ... Fernando and Kimi were just a little bit too fast for us," said Hamilton

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sodesu - Unregistered

April 15, 2013 5:57 AM

All three podium finishers were brilliant yesterday IMO. Also it was good to see these three guys in the greenroom after the race, it looked to me like they really do have lots of respect for each other and really get along just fine - unlike some of their more immature fans. Usually not a fan but I liked the track walk with Hamilton too, he really does seem more relaxed at Merc.

Andy - Unregistered

April 15, 2013 10:40 AM


westy. correct me if i am wrong, but didnt nico actually have a WIN last year, in a car that was less competitive?


Last years Mercedes at the Chinese GP was the fastest car, actually thats where the Double Diffuser worked for them.... Actually if not for the pit stop messup with Schummy's car, Mercedes were oing to bring home a 1-2 we all know your trying to pick holes into Lewis's achievement... in 2011 RB7 which was the fastest car all year round still lost to Lewis who started in the same position Fernando started yesterday.

Not defensive ok many a little , but I really don't see why some guys here chat cr@p with no credit where it's due just constantly picking holes in Hamilton if they were true lovers of the sport there wouldn't be so much Hatrid... That's all really fenandabulous .

tdog - Unregistered

April 16, 2013 3:41 AM

Great job by Hamilton. That Merc did not belong on the podium and if it wasn't for the pole, the other Ferrari or Vettel would be up there. Great strategy from Lewis. He knew he didn't have the race pace of the Ferrari and Lotus so he gave himself a chance by claiming pole. I guess that's two trophies already that is sitting on his mantle. Bravo! On to Bahrain.

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