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5th April 2014, 6:27 at 6:27 am #255444
sort of surprised that Rossi had a slump session compared to Haryanto.
lap time is already faster than testing, which is interesting.
credits to Vandoorne for front row on debut, despite his mistake at final turn the other lap.18th March 2014, 6:19 at 6:19 am #253044
Bottas on Vergne, I guess nothing more stand-out that weekend24th February 2014, 4:14 at 4:14 am #249651
these are my prediction after Jerez
1. Hamilton — 2. Rosberg
3. Button —– 4. Raikkonen
5. Alonso —– 6. Magnussen
7. Massa —— 8. Bottas
9. Vettel —- 10. Grosjean
but after first test of Bahrain, I think it would be like this
1. Hamilton — 2. Rosberg
3. Button —– 4. Magnussen
5. Massa —— 6. Bottas
7. Raikkonen — 8. Alonso
9. Hulkenberg 10. Perez
considering that Ferrari said that they will start explore the fast lap times in second test of Bahrain (and most likely other teams), the initial pecking order is still shaping up. But honestly, at this moment I can’t say that any Renault-powered car will be there at Melbourne Q3.1st February 2014, 11:15 at 11:15 am #248448
there will be more tests, but I’ll try this just for fun :)
I’ll change this along with testing development until Barcelona.
for top 10 only:
1. Hamilton 2. Rosberg
3. Button 4. Raikkonen
5. Alonso 6. Magnussen
7. Massa 8. Bottas
9. Vettel 10. Grosjean17th January 2014, 15:00 at 3:00 pm #246067
bought C2 covered hillstand, but the ticket is still wasn’t on my hands. frustrating :(19th December 2013, 13:12 at 1:12 pm #247621
“Just spun at full speed 320km/h on bahrain straight cause my tyre blew up without warning. Thanks to that need to get some toilet paper now.”
they conduct testing with 2013 cars, aren’t they? if that so, that would be misery because the so called massive torque of 2014 cars while destroy every tyres but concrete…17th December 2013, 16:09 at 4:09 pm #247563
RBR: RBR won’t be as dominating as this year, but second half of season will be great for them. Ricciardo will score maiden podium but not race victory. Vettel still in his form, but facing great oppositions in championship
Mercedes: Hamilton and Rosberg will be neck to neck, both of them in 20 points range, in favour of Hamilton
Ferrari: Am I the only one who think Raikkonen will be better? Both of him and Alonso will score poles and victories, put Ferrari in battle of championship against RBR and Mercedes
Lotus: Grosjean will get his maiden victory earlier in the season, when once again Lotus surprising the paddock. Maldonado will match him on qualifying, but not in race and points tally.
McLaren: Button will have the edge. Magnussen would be good but the champions will be slightly better than the rookies. I expect Button to win at least a race.
Force India: Hulkenberg and Perez will be like Mercedes battle, with Hulkenberg on top. both of them will be sneaking toward podium in some occasion, which will mean maiden podium to the German
Sauber: the team will have uninspiring season with Sutil score double than whoever his teammate
Toro Rosso: Vergne will be better than Kvyat. Qualifying will be tense, as the experience got Vergne more points
Williams: the team will be regular visitor on points, as Massa will be in 10 points range in front of Bottas
Marussia: Bianchi will trash whoever his teammate again. The team to score first point(s)
Caterham: also to score their first point. as we don’t know who will drive for them, for me it’s pointless to make an assumption (even with EJ prediction)13th December 2013, 4:07 at 4:07 am #247129
10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1 was easily the best point system10th December 2013, 12:55 at 12:55 pm #246995
Anyway…before I knock it, I am going to give it a try, and see what sort of result we get. You never know, people on here might (shock, horror) actually be happy about next year’s Champion if they get it by way of this!
we shouldn’t value a race or a championship by finding out who’s winning, is it our favorite or not.
man, if Kimi have won championship back in 2003 that way, I’m sure he’s not my favorite driver since then.
I would be disappointed if a driver I support won a championship that way, because I would not consider them a champion.
exactly!6th December 2013, 7:29 at 7:29 am #241857
anyone fancy C2 hillstand? now it’s a silly thing, the website said there is LED screen in C2. but I search elsewhere there’s no LED screen there. haha
got hesitate on hillstands, tower, and K1 area.
Edit: Duplicate thread closed by moderator
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since I watching F1 back in 2001, there’s some races I’ll always cherish:
- Braziliian GP 2003, 2012
- Chinese GP 2006
- Japanese GP 2005
- Belgian GP 2004
- Monaco GP 2004, 2005
- Hungarian GP 2006
My favorite ones? When Raikkonen won it: Japan 05, Belgium 04, Monaco 05.4th December 2013, 16:40 at 4:40 pm #246574
hakkinen for me is more 90′s driver. it’s a bit weird to put his short period (00-01) and compare it with montoya or massa whom they’re fully 21st century driver. but if i’m forced to include him, that would be above button and below hamilton4th December 2013, 15:39 at 3:39 pm #246571
both of them dominate the sport.
they were always there, has quality, talent, ability, and so on. but didn’t reach the first category level
challengers, consistent and dependable on points, but not quite manage the top performance.29th November 2013, 7:07 at 7:07 am #245978
14. di Resta
19. van der Garde
23. Pic29th November 2013, 7:01 at 7:01 am #246038
- Raikkonen win in Albert Park
- Vettel vs Webber on Sepang with spicy Multi 21
- Grosjean run of brilliance in second half of season
- Spa’s qualifying
- Ferrari announcement of Raikkonen for next year
- Pirelli strikes. tyre preservation in first half of season
- Pirelli strikes again! blowout in Silverstone
- oh my God, Pirelli’s revised tyre clearly make the grid dull
- Maria de Villota. certainly reminds me of death
- the whole financial situation of Lotus and Sauber
- Spa raceday