F1 » Mercedes looking to learn lessons from Belgium

Having been beaten in Belgium, Mercedes is looking for a morale-boost at Monza.

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September 04, 2013 11:09 AM

The Incredible Hamilton will triumph....Hopefully....fingers crossed.

Bet there is a lot of people hoping for a bit of bad luck for Vettle, but don't think that is possible, as mush as it hurt to admit to that. The rest just need to step up.

Hope the TorroBoy DR can keep his head in the game and be competitive. Not like Perez, after being announced for McLaren last year. Think this race is the make or break point of the season.


September 04, 2013 12:27 PM

Ptolemy, last time I saw a picture of Lulu and Rosberg they certainly weren't matched as Lulu was not wearing the Mercedes cap and he said that he will not wear it as he doesn't like it.


September 04, 2013 9:29 PM

Getting pole positions on Saturdays is only of help to the one eyed Lulu fan boys, it doesn't get Mercedes any points but it does highlight the fact that Mercedes still cannot find a compromise between qualifying set up and that for the race. RBR have shown that nobody on the grid can change aero set ups at one end of the car without changing the aero set up on the opposing side like they did in SPA. By being able to change the aero set up at one end of the car only RBR automatically made the Renault engine a lot more powerful than the Mercedes engine, they were actually running their RB9 with a much higher power to weight ratio.


September 05, 2013 11:46 PM

Ferrari will probably be quickest down the straights, Spa showed that Merc don't have a low drag high down force/balanced sorted out car yet, Merc probably will do really good at the street circuits but right now they need to sort their car out for the low drag circuits cause they were too far down the top speed chart.

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