Tuesday, August 7, 2007

A lot of Tension

McLaren team boss Ron Dennis looked worn out as he left the Hungaroring after a trying weekend for his team. Before he left he did concede that there is a lot of tension within McLaren, as a result of the rivalry between Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso.

"There's a tremendous amount of tension in the team and that comes from two guys who are phenomenally competitive and are currently heading the world championship points and looking for every advantage they can get in a system that doesn't give that," Dennis said of the battle between Alonso and Hamilton. He went on to insist that McLaren would continue to give both drivers the same equal treatment, despite what either of them might think "There's frustration with both of them and sometimes mistrust and it's tough from us but we will not deviate away from equality, it's the foundation of the company," he insisted.

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