Dennis hits out at McLaren drivers' car criticisms

Stephan Heublein



In a rare rebuke by the McLaren group chairman, Ron Dennis has criticised the F1 team's drivers.

In comments carried by British newspapers, the Woking based company's shareholder and former long-time F1 principal publicly scolded Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button for criticising the qualifying pace of the MP4-25.

Title leader Hamilton on Friday said his 2010 car is "massively down" on pace at the Hungaroring.