McLaren in the news – 7th April 2009

McLaren likely to face F1 inquiry @ Formula 1
Monday April 6th 2009
The McLaren team are expected to face disciplinary charges after being found guilty of misleading race stewards following the Australian Grand Prix. (read more…)

The exit sign: Hamilton’s future with McLaren on a knife-edge @ Daily Mail Online F1
Tuesday April 7th 2009
Lewis Hamilton landed at Heathrow on Monday afternoon, final destination still unknown.

His father, and manager, Anthony is contemplating moving his son away from McLaren after the team’s role in the ‘liargate’ controversy which dominated the build-up to Sunday’s Malaysian Grand Prix. (read more…)

McLaren were stupid, but they’re not cheats says David Coulthard @ Formula 1
Tuesday April 7th 2009
As someone who spent nine seasons at McLaren, making me the longest-serving driver in the team’s history, I feel I’m pretty well placed to pronounce on the furore that erupted in the paddock last week. (read more…)

Hamilton still a great champion, says McLaren boss @ Sports Extra
Tuesday April 7th 2009
McLaren boss Martin Whitmarsh is convinced people will still judge Lewis Hamilton to be a great world champion despite his disqualification from the Australian Grand Prix for misleading race stewards. (read more…)

The debate: should Lewis leave McLaren? @ Times Online Formula One Blog
Tuesday April 7th 2009
Lewis Hamilton and McLaren are at a critical moment in their long and glorious history. It is becoming increasingly clear that the awful events of Melbourne and Kuala Lumpur have caused an earthquake under a relationship that was supposed to last forever, at least in terms of Hamilton’s career in Formula One. (read more…)


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