F1 » McLaren too strong again in tight qualifying


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With the Red Bulls giving up to 13 kmh away in top speed to Merc and Mclaren, DRS will be of little use to them for overtaking but they should benefit from slightly less excessive tyre wear and better race pace than their qualifying suggests. Ross Brawn has now admitted the front wing stalling is more a quali aid, not much help to race set up, almost guarantees they will move backwards after lights out, probably still chewing their tyres. If the car doesn't look after the tyres then the driver has to, looks like tears and dummy throwimg in the Mclaren camp come the chequered flag then as Lewis doesn't do conservative or strategic does he. Should be great.



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