F1 » McLaren needed Austin win, admits Whitmarsh


After a run of unreliability, McLaren bounced back onto the top step of the podium at the USGP, delighting team principal Martin Whitmarsh in the process.


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bob - Unregistered

November 20, 2012 7:32 PM

The thing is, I think Hamilton is a bloody good driver and clearly one of the best on the grid. I don't think this is really up for debate.

But what I can't stand is his one eyed fan boys who do nothing bit put down and degrade any other driver that comes anywhere near, or god forbid, beats Hamilton.

If they really think that Hamilton is that good, and that Button is so crap, you've got to wonder why they feel so threatened.

I'm a massive Button fan but am not stupid enough to declare that Perez is just crap and will get SMASHED by Button. At this stage of their careers I like to think that Button is the better driver but am under no illusion or delusion that Perez will not be quick, will not push Button and will not even beat him. Of course he will.

Bring on 2013 where real McLaren fans will not have to put up with Hamilton fanboy nonsense.

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