McLaren could have had 1-2 win: Lewis Hamilton
ABU DHABI (AFP) - Lewis Hamilton said McLaren had a dominant car in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and would have delivered a one-two finish in Sunday's race if they had had a trouble-free weekend.
Instead, Hamilton led for 20 laps and then retired after a power failure while his fellow-Briton Jenson Button finished fourth.
Hamilton, who leaves McLaren for Mercedes next year, said: "I think this weekend we had the pace to get a one-two.
"I'm not really sure what Jenson was struggling with, but we had the strength in the car and the ability this weekend.