Which driver would you like to see win which race in the remaining 3 races?
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19th October 2011, 21:00 at 9:00 pmParticipant
Hey Guys,I was wondering since both Drivers & Constructors titles are wrapped up in the hands of the Dominant Red Bull,The teams are able to race more freely.So i was curious to know your opinions on who you want to see winning which race.
19th October 2011, 21:05 at 9:05 pmParticipant
As an Alonso fan, I’d obviously prefer to see him win all three races, but that’s a long shot. It would be nice to see Hamilton and Massa win again, but I wouldn’t be surprised if Vettel won all three races.
19th October 2011, 21:05 at 9:05 pm
A certain Spaniard that I have a slight liking for.
And sorry @tommyb89 , I don’t mean Jaime Alguersuari.
Or Pedro de la Rosa.
19th October 2011, 21:15 at 9:15 pmParticipant
I hope Webber gets a win. He’s had an awful season because he took so long to get used to the Pirellis and the starts are killing him. It’d be nice to end the season on a high and I think Vettel might help him get 2nd in the championship.
Hopefully Hamilton gets one as well to ‘bounce back’, and Alonso as well, as he’s doing a phenomenal job. It’s a real shame he has a car that can’t challenge for the title for the 3rd time in 4 years, as he’s the best in F1 in my opinion.
So, Hamilton in India, Alonso in Abu Dhabi and Webber in Interlagos.
19th October 2011, 21:30 at 9:30 pmParticipant
Ideally, I’d want someone outside of the same 5 to get a win. Or even a podium.
The last 39 races have been won by the same 5 drivers, with the last 14 races only having 5 visitors to the podium.
We need a surprise on the podium!
19th October 2011, 21:44 at 9:44 pmParticipant
Interlagos – Hamilton
Abu Dhabi – Vettel
Buddh – Button
19th October 2011, 21:46 at 9:46 pmParticipant
@david-a Petrov and Heidfeld were surprising enough, don’t you think? Though it’s a bit of a shame Rosberg hasn’t managed it this year after doing it thrice last year.
19th October 2011, 21:53 at 9:53 pmParticipant
Hamilton, Hamilton, Senna
I’d normally want one for Button, but I want to see Hamilton having a proper bounce back to prove doubters wrong. If Senna is too ridiculous (wet home race) then I want to see Rosberg get his first win.
19th October 2011, 22:05 at 10:05 pmParticipant
@enigma, they were surprising, but were tucked away in the first 2 races of the season, 14 races ago.
19th October 2011, 23:00 at 11:00 pmParticipant
India – Rosberg
Abu Dhabi – Schumacher
Brazil – Senna
I know that’s never going to happen, but one can dream, can’t I? Formula One is becoming far too repetitive. As David A stated, The last 39 races have been won by the same 5 drivers, with the last 14 races only having 5 visitors to the podium. It’s always the same 5 drivers up at front. Man, back in 1982-1985, that’s what I call real competition.
Hamilton or Button is alright, I wouldn’t mind Alonso winning (I can’t believe I said this). Webber, meh.
But Vettel is extremely boring. Watching him up at front in his Red Bull is lamer than watching paint dry.
20th October 2011, 1:41 at 1:41 amParticipant
Not very realistic but I guess there are no limitations on this thread.
Abu Dhabi-Adrian Sutil
20th October 2011, 3:10 at 3:10 amParticipant
I want to see Hamilton win in India, Schumacher taking Brazil in a wet race and Vettel taking Abu Dhabi.
20th October 2011, 5:59 at 5:59 amParticipant
Hamilton, Alonso and Webber.
Button has had a good run considering the dominance of Vettel.
Hamilton needs that fire back, and mind to be clear, which no doubt will be helped with a win and couple of podiums in the remaining races.
Alonso needs a glimmer of hope that the Ferrari will be more competitive next year with any updates they try now.
And Webber needs to get the feeling back he had last year so that he can keep Vettel a bit more honest.
I really do hope that next year we see a much bigger group of winners, and the battles are very close. Come on Mercedes and Renault, get up there! :)
20th October 2011, 6:15 at 6:15 am
Which set of drivers will you like to be on the podium for the remaining races?
20th October 2011, 6:31 at 6:31 amParticipant
I like this thread, nice idea @younger-hamii!
India – Heikki Kovalainen
Abu Dhabi – Heikki Kovalainen
Brazil – Heikki Kovalainen
My choice for those who ain’t Kovalainen fans:
India – Felipe Massa
Abu Dhabi – Paul di Resta
Brazil – Daniel Ricciardo
Realistically looking, I think it would be good to see someone else other than Red Bull winning the remaining races. A close fight between McLaren, Ferrari and Red Bull would be a promising prologue to the 2012 season.
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