F1 » F1 Spain 2013: Hamilton seeks to close gap

Lewis Hamilton looks to close the gap to his rivals on race day in Spain next weekend on the back of a solid start to the 2013 F1 season

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bob - Unregistered

May 05, 2013 6:50 PM

I wish all those commentators and ex drivers who've actually been directly involved in F1 for 20+ years and who actually know the drivers and have raced against them would just give up with their analysis!

What they really need to do is log on here and read prof-x's posts and then they'd really know who's who in F1, how they ACTUALLY drive and who the best is!

I mean, after all, what do they know?

bob - Unregistered

May 05, 2013 6:53 PM


"the only people who believe Lewis cant manage his tires are the ones who believe what they are told on television, sad but true. Tire wear has a lot more to do with car setup and the disparity to other cars"

Surely that's no excuse. Aren't the Lulu fanboys always the one telling us how great he is at setting up a car? I mean after all, the only reason Button ever won any races at all at McLaren was because Lulu was there to set the car up for him wasn't it?

jim crint - Unregistered

May 06, 2013 5:38 AM

@bob - when someome claims to be the font of all knowledge there ain't no point in trying to discuss the issues.

"Tire wear has a lot more to do with car setup and the disparity to other cars"

What on earth does 'disparity to other cars' mean?


May 06, 2013 4:58 PM

According to Prof X “Disparity to other cars” mean lack of equality between cars.
And “tyre wear has a lot more to do with car setup” this statement lays bare the level of understanding of race car preparation by a professional team such as Mercedes, it sort of implicates that Mercedes has been setting up their cars in such a way as to wear their tyres in the shortest possible time for the last three years, it is a waste of time arguing F1 technical racing matters where such mentality is ingrained.

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