Yes we will.
When all is said and done, will Massa ever return to the top step of the podium?
No on Massa and No to the closed cockpit
I think that it would be a huge inprovement for driver safety but, it would produce some kind of blindspots for the drivers.
When it´s all said and done do you think the turbo engined cars will be faster than the V8´s or are we going to see a drop in performance as we saw when it went from v10´s to v8´s?
No. Probably won’t be much slower either but definitely not faster. Higher speeds would mean bigger safety concerns and no one wants that, especially after what happened to Dan Wheldon last year.
When it’s all said and done what will be the next “big” revival in terms of team-names, after Lotus?
Porsche, when VAG will join F1.
When it’s all said and done, will this have been the last time we saw the ‘Singapore Sling’?
I hope so, but sadly not.
When it’s all said and done will Alonso have a season contradictory to 2005 and 2010, where he’ll have the fastest car by a stretch, but it’ll be unreliable and fragile?
Mmmmm I doubt it, Ferrari is capable of producing such cars but if they do… I doubt it would be unreliable… they seem to bullet proof everything most of the time.
When it´s all said and done do you think we´ll get another tyre war any time soon?
When it’s all said and done, for how long will we be talking about Massa’s pass on Senna yesterday?
When all is said and done, when fans in 50 years’ time look back, who among the current 23 drivers (excluding Schumacher for obvious reasons) will be seen as the most successful? Who will be remembered the most (if a different driver)?
I can’t choose between Vettel and Alonso, but I feel Vettel will just tip it. Although the people who’ve actually seen the era, such as ourselves, might have different opinions.
When it’s all said and done, will Ayrton Senna still widely be considered “the greatest” by F1 followers in 20 years from now?
When it’s all said and done, will Kimi surpass Mika’s win tally by the end of next season?
No. He might equal it, but he won’t surpass it. (for context, Kimi is, to memory, lacking 2 wins – he has 18 to Mika’s 20)
When all is said and done, after an utterly dominated 2011 and utterly wide open 2012, what will 2013 be like?
A mixture of the two, more like 2000, 2005 and 2006.
When it’s all said and done, by 2020 will 2012 be looked back at being one of the best seasons of all time?
Not by the wider public. There have been some good races, but a great season needs a strong ‘story’ with two or three drivers vying for the title. This year we’ve had a scrappy start and then Alonso has ground his way into a commanding position through consistency. It’s all very impressive but it’s not very memorable. [things could change if Vettel suddenly wins 2 of the next 3 and makes a fight of it.]
When all is said and done, who will be the next driver to win their first championship? And when?
Perez in 2018 for Ferrari.
When all is said and done, when will we see and American team in F1?
Yes, but not USF1.
When it’s alll said and done, in 200 years from now will an animal ever drive in Auto Racing? (I know it’s a long shot but lol)
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