Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton reveal the McLaren-Mercedes MP4-25

McLaren to launch MP4-27 today

F1 Fanatic round-upPosted on | Author Keith Collantine

Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton reveal the McLaren-Mercedes MP4-25 in 2010

McLaren are set to launch their 2012 F1 car today. F1 Fanatic will have pictures of the car as soon as it appears.

McLaren are also broadcasting the launch live here. The launch is due to begin at 11am UK time.


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Adam Cooper via Twitter

“Still gobsmacked by the Sutil decision given that CCTV showed the other guy attacked first and Adrian just tried to push him away. Also worrying when judge makes it clear that outcome influenced by the fact he was famous. Funny kind of justice in Germany…”

Tobias Gruner via Twitter

“Sutil disappointed about Hamilton not showing up at the trial in Munich. ‘It would have been a nice gesture by him.'”

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Comment of the day

I don’t always agree with the comments I choose for Comment of the Day – but I’m behind this one from The Limit one hundred percent:

I hope Rubens Barrichello gives Indycar a go, he?σΤιΌΤδσs still got what it takes and it would be a great thing for American open-wheel racing to have a driver of his standing in the series.

As a die-hard Indy fan, there has not been much cheer in recent months since the tragic death of Dan Wheldon. Thank God, at last some possible good news for a change!
The Limit

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On this day in F1

One-third of the 2011 F1 field decided to launch their cars on the same day last year – including the eventual world champions Red Bull:

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