Friday, 10 February 2012
Lewis Hamilton talks about his first impressions from testing the McLaren MP-27. Hamilton tells the BBC his "initial thoughts were pretty good" and there were "no nasty surprises" unlike last year when McLaren showed up to test with an unreliable and slow car.
The 2008 F1 world champion said there were "nice surprises that it feels reasonably quick so that's a good thing" before cautioning "but of course it can always be better"
Sebastian Vettel talking about his first test in the new Red Bull RB8, says there was "quite a big loss in grip because of the changes in regulations" and sees nothing revolutionary in any of the 2012 cars so far and awaits the new Mercedes to see have they came up with anything.