F1 » Button and Perez see season slipping away from McLaren

Both Jenson Button and Sergio Perez were downbeat about McLaren even managing to be among the top four teams in Spain - and appeared to admit their 2013 season is effectively over.

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May 12, 2013 11:13 AM

shan. the clue is in the smileys! just winding the lulu fanboys up.

nd remember, there are those who are already claiming that lulu is the one who developed this years merc, despite it being signed off BEFORE lulu was announced as the driver, so maybe he was moonlighting too?


May 12, 2013 12:24 PM
Last Edited 594 days ago

It's pretty sad to see McLaren languishing. Of course for one reason or another there are those who are happy to see McLaren in this position. I personally would love to see McLaren right up there amongst the contenders as it adds to the mix not to mention to be able to evaluate just how competitive Jenson and Sergio would be between each other. Richard, what's happened to you, you seem to be every where on this site drawing as much attention to the fact that you don't appreciate Hamilton in the slightest. I'm sure folks are already aware of your views. The fact that you constantly feel the need to wind-up does not bode well for future constructive arguments as people are aware of your agenda. Keep the Faith Richard don't take my commentary to heart.


May 12, 2013 3:02 PM

salan. no agenda. always quoting FACTS, something that the fanboys hate.

always available for good debate, but that is rarely seen here. there are one or two genuine fans here, and we have some great technical debate. so keep watching!

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