F1 » Whitmarsh wants Perez to 'toughen up' in future

"Sergio has been very polite so far this year. I think he needs to toughen up," says McLaren boss Martin Whitmarsh.

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Maxx - Unregistered

April 15, 2013 1:43 PM

Riiight... not sure Kimi will agree! Whitmarsh should focus on sorting the car out, although it has to be said, Perez looked out of his depth all weekend.

oldtimer - Unregistered

April 15, 2013 1:46 PM

A bit worrying that this is happening so early in the season especially as Mclaren have produced a poor car and should be trying to get that sorted before rubbishing it's new driver. He may well prove to be less good than he showed at Sauber and Button is certainly showing him up but there is plenty of time, he must be a bit perplexed having moved to a so called top team with a very bad car, from a midfield team with a really good car, I think he should have expected more from Mclaren and they have failed to deliver so it's no good
Whitmarsh passing the buck.

prof-x - Unregistered

April 15, 2013 2:42 PM

lolz. Martin better start toughening up himself, getting a swift boot to the butt might be something to plan for. Perez is obviously dissatisfied with the performance of McLaren, after watching the Hulk take Sauber to the front while the Serg rocks it in the backfield, well Perez and inc. are probably none to happy about that.

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