Martin Whitmarsh predicts more points for his McLaren drivers in India and Abu Dhabi than Japan and Korea.
By Matt Domm, Reporter Filed: Wednesday, October 24, 2012 at 20:28 UK
Last Updated: Thursday, October 25, 2012 at 19:38 UK
McLaren principal Martin Whitmarsh has insisted that his team will improve over the next two grands prix after their poor showing in Japan and Korea.
Lewis Hamilton was fifth in Japan and 10th in Korea, while Jenson Button managed fourth in Japan, but Whitmarsh is confident of better showings in India and then Abu Dhabi.
"Our weekends in Japan and Korea weren't particularly prosperous," The Metro quotes Whitmarsh as saying. "[However] I'm positive that this next double-header will be a more profitable affair for Jenson, Lewis and the whole team."
Hamilton has four more races left for McLaren before he switches to Mercedes next season.