F1 » Hamilton: My pole lap in Q3 was for the fans


Lewis Hamilton: It feels incredible to be on pole, just like it did back in 2007

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Bazarati

June 29, 2013 4:33 PM

It wasn't for the fans Lulu, it was for you!

If it was for the fans you wouldn't be such a misery guts 99% of the time.
If you cared about the fans, you would have done some laps in FP1 when people had spend good money coming to watch only to be left without a show.

janhein

June 29, 2013 7:39 PM

how much of an advantage is it for an english driver to be racing his home grand prix?

if the mercedes' are fastest around one lap, why are they not fastest every lap? please don't say tyres because i really don't understand that either.

Bobkp

June 29, 2013 8:49 PM

@marbles

Too true! That pole position should be dedicated to Charlie Whiting and the soft cocks at the FIA!

Made me sick when Brundle told everyone that Ross Brawn was very excited because the have things on the car to help with the tire deg!

csmith

June 29, 2013 8:54 PM
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1000 km of free testing... sick of mercedes junk... if somehow we can make those 2 cars disappear tomorrow, it will be a fair game for other teams to fight. Vettel kimi and alonso will bring it on...

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csmith

June 30, 2013 6:28 AM

Mercedes has to be excluded from atleast 3 races this year to compensate for 1000 km of testing. In my opinion, any team would simply know that current car cannot be used for testing. Maybe 10 or 20 FIA folks need to be sacked. Just because many make a collective mistake does not mean everyone goes scotfree (It is like a mob). The right course of action is to punish everyone. The sport is always bigger than few folks and it is unfortunate the FIA never recognizes it.

JoBauer

June 30, 2013 7:48 AM

@ C Smith Cant expect a single governing body to have its technical rules 100% iron clad especially when there are some of the greatest brains in the world looking for anyway to find some sort of Loophole in the book of regs which must be the size of war and peace.

Ross Brawn who is a clever individual just saw there was a bit of ambiguity in the contract between Pirelli a the FIA and exploited it no different from Red Bull pushing legal barriers over the years.

That loophole is now closed to teams and this is the only way we can clarify regs by its evolution .

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