This topic contains 14 replies, has 14 voices, and was last updated by Oscar Becker 3 years, 6 months ago.
After the recent topic on drivers’ biggest strenghts, here’s one focusing on the negatives.
I’ll start with:
– Kobayashi and qualifying
– Button and raw speed
– Maldonado and race pace
– Karthikeyan and corners
Karthikeyan and F1
Webber and Team orders
Trulli and Power Steering
Hamilton and temperament
Button and one lap speed
Massa and confidence
Webber and starts
Sutil and di Resta.
Petrov and consistency (better than last year though)
Massa and consistency.
Dan, to an extent I’d say Michael Schumacher and confidence too as he doesn’t seem as at one with the car as the grand old days.
Heidfeld and winning.
Alonso and fast teammates
Kubica and accidents
Di Resta and front wing preservation
Perez and pitstops
Schumacher and tires, car, drs, etc.
Hamilton and Media/Press
Button and Focusing on Driving (complains too much)
Massa and Visors
Sutil and Helmet Design
@BasCB – Kubica doesnt crash that often but I guess he saves his crashes for one big one every once in a while.
Exactly dpod, those are the costly ones.
Schumacher and front wings?
Sutil and non-street circuits?
Yamamoto and F1 circuits, F1 cars, F1 people?
Webber – flying
Kubica – rallying
HRT – Qualifying within 107%
Massa – Fernando is faster than you
and a Strength
Virgin – excuses
Ralf Schumacher – Crashing into team-mates. (Fisichella, Montoya, Trulli)
- Raikkonen and excitement
– Button and grip
– M. Schumacher and back markers in a silver car in the heavy rain in Belgium
Barrichello and GP2 champions
Kovalainen and his team
Glock and his team
Ricciardo and his team
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