Group Admins

  • Profile picture of Keith Collantine

Group Mods

  • Profile picture of damonsmedley
  • Profile picture of Bradley Downton

F1

Public Group active 17 hours, 8 minutes ago

F1 discussion

Pass of the Year 2012 – Korean Grand Prix

This topic contains 13 replies, has 13 voices, and was last updated by Profile photo of Keith Collantine Keith Collantine 1 year, 10 months ago.

Viewing 14 posts - 1 through 14 (of 14 total)
  • Author
    Posts
  • #132221
    Profile photo of raymondu999
    raymondu999
    Participant

    Not a shadow of a doubt in my mind – Hulkenberg on Hamilton & Grosjean.

    #212527
    Profile photo of bag0
    bag0
    Participant

    It has to be Hulk on RoGro and Hamilton.

    #212528
    Profile photo of Kingshark
    Kingshark
    Participant

    Hulkenburg’s pass was a winner!

    #212529

    Agree, great, intelligent manoeuvre by Hulkenberg.

    #212530
    Profile photo of tmekt
    tmekt
    Participant

    +1

    #212531
    Profile photo of RagingInferno
    RagingInferno
    Participant

    As soon as it happened I knew it was going to be pass of the race, no matter what happened!

    #212532
    Profile photo of Mads
    Mads
    Participant

    I quite liked to see Kobayashi bounce between JB and Rosberg like a pinball on steroids.
    But the best move was definitely the Hulk on Grosjean and Hamilton. Just a brilliant move.

    #212533
    Profile photo of magon4
    magon4
    Participant

    I liked Hamilton’s comeback on Kimi after being overtaken because of struggling balance… no one saw that one coming! But HUL beat that.

    #212534
    Profile photo of Funkyf1
    Funkyf1
    Participant

    Oh everyone is noticing Hulkenberg now…. Where’s the best thing since scottish sliced bread gone. Hulk maximized and capitolised today a lesson in how to race in my opinion, but not the only one, many drivers today showed great respect and skill.

    #212535
    Profile photo of Ivan Vinitskyy
    Ivan Vinitskyy
    Participant

    Exactly how is pass on a broken car be praised so highly? perhaps Petrov on Button should be considered too then?

    #212536
    Profile photo of necrodethmortem
    necrodethmortem
    Participant

    @ivan-vinitskyy Because: 1) Grosjean didn’t manage to pass that “broken car” and 2) He passed two cars in two corners, which requires a great deal of thought and skill.

    #212537
    Profile photo of raymondu999
    raymondu999
    Participant

    @funkyf1 I might be a minority but I’ve always said Hulkenberg was the next big thing. Di Resta, Perez, Maldonado, Grosjean etc… I rate them all lower than Hulkenberg

    #212538
    Profile photo of Cucamest
    Cucamest
    Participant

    Hulkenberg on Gosjean and Hamilton on lap 41 around turn 4 and 5.

    #212539
    Profile photo of Keith Collantine
    Keith Collantine
    Keymaster

    Thanks for contributing, everyone. The shortlist will now be drawn up and the ten most popular suggestions from the year put to a vote.

Viewing 14 posts - 1 through 14 (of 14 total)

You must be logged in to reply to this topic.