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Could Perez end up at McLaren?

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  • #209982

    Calum
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    Rightly or wrongly, I think they would chose Di Resta over Hulk.

    #209983

    matt90
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    Is that shocking? If it is, it’s only really because there are so many Germans in F1 at the moment and over the past decade.

    #209984

    Prisoner Monkeys
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    And it’s not like McLaren have chosen not to take a German driver because they’re German.

    #209985

    Calum
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    Is it true they tried to get Schumacher before he went to Ferrari, I remember reading something of the sort in an F1 Racing mag years back.

    #209986

    Kingshark
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    I remember Mclaren being interested in Rosberg after 2007 and Vettel after 2008. Meh.

    #209987

    Felipe Bomeny
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    @kingshark Didn’t McLaren run Jochen Mass?

    #209988

    Kingshark
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    @f1enigma: McLaren line up Sergio Perez to replace Lewis Hamilton.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/formulaone/article-2203836/McLaren-line-Sergio-Perez-replace-Lewis-Hamilton.html

    Via @MailOnline

    Perez to Mclaren, I’d like to see that happen since Ferrari have no faith in him whatsoever despite being on the junior driver development program.

    If Perez wins a championship with Mclaren, it would be quite “funny”, but not from Ferrari’s perceptive though!

    Mind you I made a thread for this, totally forgetting about Bradley’s topic created like a week ago. :P

    #209989

    magon4
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    Schumacher was supposed to go to McLaren, because of Mercedes. He chose Ferrari instead.

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    James Blackman
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    I think Rosberg will go to Ferrari, Hamilton to Mercedes, Perez to McLaren and Massa back to Sauber. Schumacher will stay with Mercedes until he retires, I personally think he just wants to win a few more races to get to 100 race wins. I may be completely wrong

    #209991

    Prisoner Monkeys
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    @cocoonfxmedia – Why would Sauber take Massa? I get that Ferrari have influece over the team, but if they’re going to use it, then they’re going to use it to get Sauber to take Bianchi.

    #209992

    James Blackman
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    He’s driven for them before and someone with his experience could assist Sauber.

    #209993

    Prisoner Monkeys
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    @cocoonfxmedia – Sauber don’t need experience. They need someone who can capitalise on the potential of the car, not someone who is a hundred and fifty points behind his team-mate.

    #209994

    Kingshark
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    @cocoonfxmedia – Sauber don’t need experience. They need someone who can capitalise on the potential of the car, not someone who is a hundred and fifty points behind his team-mate.

    His teammate is quite a bit of a better driver than Perez or Kobayashi are, don’t you think. Frankly, I don’t think he’s done much worse than say, Button this season.

    That being said, I agree that current Felipe Massa doesn’t belong in F1, or at least certainly not in a non-new team.

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    matt90
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    Button has 2 wins and a podium compared to his team mates 3 wins. Massa… doesn’t.

    I agree that Sauber would be mad to take back Massa. They have many better options.

    #209996

    Prisoner Monkeys
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    I can probably name eight drivers who would suit Sauber better than Felipe Massa: Alguersuari, Bianchi, Kovalainen, Frijns, Gutierrez, Juncadella, Serralles and Calado.

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