F1 Public Group active 14 hours, 53 minutes ago F1 discussion Group Admins Group Mods HomeForumMembers 2,711 Pass of the Year 2012 – Korean Grand Prix This topic contains 13 replies, has 13 voices, and was last updated by Keith Collantine 4 years, 2 months ago. Viewing 14 posts - 1 through 14 (of 14 total) Author Posts 14th October 2012, 8:18 at 8:18 am #132221 raymondu999Participant Not a shadow of a doubt in my mind – Hulkenberg on Hamilton & Grosjean. 14th October 2012, 8:21 at 8:21 am #212527 bag0Participant It has to be Hulk on RoGro and Hamilton. 14th October 2012, 8:23 at 8:23 am #212528 KingsharkParticipant Hulkenburg’s pass was a winner! 14th October 2012, 8:35 at 8:35 am #212529 mclarentasticParticipant Agree, great, intelligent manoeuvre by Hulkenberg. 14th October 2012, 9:30 at 9:30 am #212530 tmektParticipant +1 14th October 2012, 9:31 at 9:31 am #212531 RagingInfernoParticipant As soon as it happened I knew it was going to be pass of the race, no matter what happened! 14th October 2012, 10:37 at 10:37 am #212532 MadsParticipant 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. 14th October 2012, 10:38 at 10:38 am #212533 magon4Participant I liked Hamilton’s comeback on Kimi after being overtaken because of struggling balance… no one saw that one coming! But HUL beat that. 14th October 2012, 10:58 at 10:58 am #212534 Funkyf1Participant 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. 14th October 2012, 13:31 at 1:31 pm #212535 Ivan VinitskyyParticipant Exactly how is pass on a broken car be praised so highly? perhaps Petrov on Button should be considered too then? 14th October 2012, 13:47 at 1:47 pm #212536 necrodethmortemParticipant @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. 14th October 2012, 14:41 at 2:41 pm #212537 raymondu999Participant @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 14th October 2012, 16:13 at 4:13 pm #212538 CucamestParticipant Hulkenberg on Gosjean and Hamilton on lap 41 around turn 4 and 5. 7th December 2012, 8:28 at 8:28 am #212539 Keith CollantineKeymaster Thanks for contributing, everyone. The shortlist will now be drawn up and the ten most popular suggestions from the year put to a vote. Author Posts Viewing 14 posts - 1 through 14 (of 14 total) You must be logged in to reply to this topic.