This topic contains 33 replies, has 27 voices, and was last updated by Keith Collantine 1 year, 3 months ago.
Massa on Senna.
Massa on Senna
Raikkonen passing Grosjean!
Only joking – Vettel’s move on Maldonado at the first corner. That was brave and forceful stuff to get past a guy with a reputation like Maldonado, who was well ahead off the start line.
Massa on Senna, even if he did skip the previous chicane slightly!
Massa on Senna is my first choice but the duel between Webber and Hulkenberg after the restart was also well done.
Going with the masses and saying Massa on Senna
Yes, one of the most dramatic moves of the year so far from Massa, not sure how there wasn’t a big crash there!
Massa’s move on Bruno was spectacular: sideways mid-corner after firmly touching both car & barrier, one of the moves that defined real racing, especially in the era of tyre conservation.
Massa on Senna 100%
So I guess we have a winner
I beg to differ….. it might be 2012´s pass of the year for Massa but for me, there have been quite a few good ones for example:
1- Kimi on Michael in Spa at eau rouge
2- Alonso on Grosjean in Valencia at turn 2
3- Grosjean on Hamilton in Valencia at the end of the DRS zone
I could go on but the list could be a lot longer.
I must say this year has been a very “overtaky” season! Good for us the spetators!
Massa on Senna: it was one of those passes where your breath stocked for a second.
Massa on B. Senna was a bit reminiscent of Piquet sr. on A. Senna at the ’86 Hungarian GP: a Brazilian overtaking another Brazilian, sideways, on a track where you can’t overtake. :D
You must be logged in to reply to this topic.
Log in or create an F1 Fanatic account.
Advert | Go Ad-free
Points in full
Adverts | Go Ad-free
© Keith Collantine 2014 • Disclaimer
Sebastian Vettel | Daniel Ricciardo | Lewis Hamilton | Nico Rosberg | Fernando Alonso | Kimi Raikkonen | Romain Grosjean | Pastor Maldonado | Jenson Button | Kevin Magnussen | More 2014 F1 drivers
Red Bull | Mercedes | Ferrari | Lotus | McLaren | More 2014 F1 teams
© 2014 Keith Collantine