Team Order: Q & A with Martin Whitmarsh
The Monaco GP highlighted the difference between Kimi Raikkonen, who dominated throughout the weekend, and Juan Pablo Montoya, who had a turbulent weekend that left him in his teammate's shadow. Will Gray talked to McLaren's Martin Whitmarsh after the race about the drivers, team orders, and the fight for the Championship
The scorecard for the last four races shows that Kimi Raikkonen won two consecutive races while leading from start to finish; retired from a third race due to mechanical failure while leading from pole position, and scored a third place in the fourth race. At the same time, his teammate Juan Pablo Montoya missed two races because of an injury sustained while playing tennis; finished seventh in his return race and fifth in the fourth.
And yet the scorecard doesn't say anything about the flawless manner in which Raikkonen went about racking up his achievements, nor does it state anything about the errors that Montoya has made in practice and qualifying upon his return.
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