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Christopher29
30 May 10 11:34
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Lewis starts from the clean side of the grip, not the dirty side!
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Report Green Board May 30, 2010 12:46 PM BST
No he doesn't
Report Christopher29 May 30, 2010 12:47 PM BST
he does
Report Do wah Diddy May 30, 2010 12:57 PM BST
DOES HE OR DOESNT HE,

ITS LIKE A PANTOMINE,IS HE BEHIND YOU OR IS HE IN FRONT OF YOU
Report budvar May 30, 2010 1:00 PM BST
pole position driver always gets the 'clean' side of the track. Hamilton therefore must be on the dirty side of the track, ditto Button who said as much after qualifying yesterday.
Report fkqmz May 30, 2010 1:02 PM BST
christopher 29, market manipulation is against betfair rules, no one is this stupid so please stop trying to wind people up and artificially lower the price, its not going to work
Report pmbets May 30, 2010 1:02 PM BST
wrong slippy side of grid
Report Kukken May 30, 2010 1:02 PM BST
BBC Sport's Sarah Holt in Istanbul: "Lewis Hamilton reckons his chances of claiming his first win in 10 races hang on how he starts the race. Hamilton lines up on the front row alongside pole-sitter Mark Webber's Red Bull but the inside line is dirtier and so has less grip. Hamilton reckons he's more concerned about Sebastian Vettel - who starts on the cleaner side in third for Red Bull just ahead of Jenson Button in the second McLaren - nicking a place off the start to set up a Red Bull one-two. 'The start is crucial,' Hamilton said. 'We'd have loved to have started on the clean side. I've noticed some cars going off-line down the main straight as it's quite dirty. We did some starts from that side and it wasn't as good. All we can do is to prepare the tyres as best we can and try not to lose too much ground.' Hamilton isn't worried about negotiating Turn Eight on a full tank despite his excursion there during practice. 'I don't think it's a problem. The car moves around more on full tanks though so I think for everyone who goes through Turn Eight for the first time it will feel a little bit different.'"
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