F1 » Mallya: We can’t underestimate McLaren


Vijay Mallya says Force India can't underestimate the challenge of McLaren in the fight for fifth in the F1 standings

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barrington

August 12, 2013 1:45 PM

Real weird hearing the Force India boss talking about fighting in the midfield with Mclaren post Lewis Hamilton.

F1 needs a competitive Mclaren and i hope Perez can keep improving and help to get the car where it should be.

elijah

August 12, 2013 2:26 PM

The problem with McLaren is they talk the talk then deliver mediocrity. For a team with McLaren's resources they simply keep reaping what they keep sowing. They need to be consistently excellent all the time, so until then Vijay Mallya will be jousting with them in the midfield.

Thepain

August 12, 2013 2:40 PM

Hope McLaren can bounce back. This year Force India made great progress. They haven't capitalize on all their opportunities. But with 10 races still to go, McLaren can still turn things around. Nico should have stayed at Force India.

barrington

August 12, 2013 3:34 PM

Taz
August 12, 2013 2:16 PM
@barrington

LOL

Not another RGB alias I hope......
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@ Taz i think you got me mixed up with someone else. I'm just on here to talk F1 , im just saying i feel Mclaren have been one of the bigger teams in F1 over the years and it would be sad if they were to become an F1 mino.

Jamal22

August 14, 2013 2:07 PM

in 2012 McLaren came second in Germany and won Hungary before they approached the SPA Race which Button won. This time around they got 6th and 8th in Germany and 7th and 9th in Hungary going into th next race. I doubt it.

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