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Lewis Hamilton: We just need to keep motivated and work it out together...

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MainStreamReminder! - Unregistered

May 19, 2013 3:52 PM

Just to highlight, Lewis Hamilton, the "driver who can (allegedly) pull a great result from a bad car"

In "normal" race conditions, his 2nd to 12th is bay far (and that's some statement) Mercedes WORST race, by some distance.

Before any of you Shammy fans start with the usual diatribe, please note the "normal" race conditions which I have highlighted twice now.

That said, I'm confident I will need to clarify what "normal" (3rd time) means.

Happy to be proved wrong, but please only if you can back it up with FACTS, which having read posts on here for a while, I also might have to clarify too!

rob01 - Unregistered

May 19, 2013 3:58 PM

Apparently you haven't heard of the first to ninth provided by Nico. And not even the greatest driver of all time could pull a rabbit out of the hat provided by Merc. Please hit the pipe a little harder.

richard

May 19, 2013 6:57 PM
Last Edited 491 days ago

rob. it is many years since I graced school, but my maths is not too bad.
a drop from 1st to 9 th is 8 places...but a drop from 2nd to 12th is a drop of 10 places!

so that is another record that lulu has broken...biggest (merc) drop in places under normal racing conditions.

Westy - Unregistered

May 19, 2013 8:10 PM

George,, why would he ask button how to manage his tyres.. If he tried managing his tyres anymore than in Spain he would of bin fighting caterham.. Bet merc are happy the tyres are gettin more durable hopefully the won't be getting these imbarrasing situations like 1st to ninth and 2nd to 12th .. Come on merc

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