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Re: Malaysian GP - Race
Posted by: Panais
Date: 26/03/2012 00:45
Mixed Feelings today, really from the top to the back of the grid and then again back into top6. The car has potential, no doubt about it.

Senna drove really well despite his spin/crash in the first lap.. As for Pastor he needs to stop making so many mistakes, but he drove really well from 20th to 10th, when Button was behind Pastor I was afraid he was going to overtake us and that did never happen, pastor was miles faster than the Mclaren and made it up inthe field.

Pastor was unlucky with the enigne problem, wasnt his fault but thats racing. We need to be more patient and more will come from this car and our drivers!

Raikkonen is faster than us(at least Senna) but I dont know what tires he was using towards the end, so I dare to say we are at the same level as them.

As for Alonso and Perez I really dont know how on earth they were so high on the grid today. Even Hamilton with the best car on the grid couldnt match their pace.... I know they dont have fast cars but today was a lottery and all about the rain.

Roll on China with the new updates, and no more mistakes Please.

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