F1 » Hamilton fastest as Mercedes shows pace


Lewis Hamilton set the fastest time of FP2 for the Australian Grand Prix as Mercedes showed impressive pace

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kimired

March 14, 2014 7:48 AM

Not a bad start? the gentlemen misses all of P1 and then smacks it on top, the guy is just quick.

Watching the long runs was interesting, over 9 laps Ninco's and Lewis times were consistent with Lewis just edging Nico but on the 9th lap Lewis droped down to a second of Nico, says to me Nico better on his tyres but not as quick. I just cant call it between these two.

Alonso doing a good job but is a second and a half off in the long runs and Red Bull have been amazing not unless Horner as been giving us a load of blarney about Red Bull not being up there.

I for one love the swishing sound of the turbo reminds me of my older brothers escort rsturbo he use to own back in the days plus I like to see the guys struggling with the less down-force cars. Driver skill is key in 2014

Ptolemy

March 14, 2014 7:49 AM

Looks like all the Red Bull malaise talk might be unfounded. It would be great to see the RB10 whallop the Mercedes tomorrow in order to put Wolff and Hamilton's mouth in check. They've both been spewing vitriol.

ThePaddock1

March 14, 2014 7:56 AM
Last Edited 188 days ago

PTOLEMY what are you talking about both the guys you just mentioned were playing the merc down so i think your the one spewing vitriol,
great job by lewis after missing fp1 due to that oil pressure sensor turning the car off.,
the red bull doesn't look bad at all i fort they were going to have trouble
glad they didn't.
kimired he dropped a second on the 9th because he backed off simple they are within 10ths of eachother (nico and lewis) constantly trading times throughout that fp2.

kimired

March 14, 2014 8:09 AM

Ptolemy: Looks like all the Red Bull malaise talk might be unfounded. It would be great to see the RB10 whallop the Mercedes tomorrow in order to put Wolff and Hamilton's mouth in check. They've both been spewing vitriol.


Can you not give a synopsis without hating. Here we are at the start of a new era in F1 and all you can do is hate, very sad.

Taz

March 14, 2014 8:54 AM

I see he's already engaged in foot in mouth disease regarding Micheal Schumacher.

"All things happen for a reason"

He's just saying it's fate I guess but perhaps he'd have better not saying that as people have jumped on it. Whoever his PR adviser is should be shot or he's not listening to them.

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