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21st April 2014, 10:16 at 10:16 am #257701
1. What country are you in (and state, if applicable) Austria
2. Which channels broadcast F1 near you? ORF eins (Austria)14th December 2013, 18:25 at 6:25 pm #247470
You spelled Vettel wrong.13th December 2013, 9:02 at 9:02 am #247159
Kimi will go for 7.
or 69.12th December 2013, 19:16 at 7:16 pm #247091
I don’t know how many guys here went for Le Mans at La Sarthe, I went, and these Audis sounded like freaking aeroplanes. I could hear them coming from half a mile far and the noise it makes through air is like an advanced fighter jet just flew past you. You can only hear the engine once it well past you and disappearing into the night.
Then we had to change our camp position because somebody told us to hear the Audis BRAKING. You could hear the KERS working as it brakes in the corners and then it sounds like a science fiction vehicle, like UFOs.
I am so impressed with Le Mans and WEC, I’m really more into WEC than F1 these days. But yes Audi winning all the time is a drag, even though I’m a huge Audi fan. But I don’t think Le Mans is about winning, it’s about outlasting it. If I make a car and survive the rigors of La Sarthe for 24 hours, I’m a champ.8th December 2013, 16:17 at 4:17 pm #246916
Of course he won it.. Picture proof.5th December 2013, 17:18 at 5:18 pm #246818
So you are saying McLaren took in Perez because of his backing in 2013. Point proved. good day.5th December 2013, 15:08 at 3:08 pm #246816
So Force India joins the elite list with Ferrari and Red Bull for taking drivers with talent and not money, and still I believe they’re not in Horner’s elite group of F1 team bosses where Sauber is also not listed. Shame on him for being unprofessional. Even though I’m no big fan of Mallya, word is he didn’t pay his now defunct Airline pilots.5th December 2013, 15:03 at 3:03 pm #246837
Does anybody here really think they, more importantly Renault, stand a chance against Audi and Toyota? I think not.
So even though this may add a bit of glamour it’s hardly going to make any difference.3rd December 2013, 5:17 at 5:17 am #246774
You know I won’t even mind, especially after this season, if the broadcasters replace F1 races with DTM. I would enjoy them more.
Ok about regulations, they are not as tight as F1. DTM is much rough and I could tell if this incident was in F1 the stewards would immediately hand out drive throughs, reprimands or even black flags.3rd December 2013, 5:12 at 5:12 am #246689
Hey dude please do some with contemporary drivers, most users are like really young and they have very little idea of the exploits of these legendary racers. Good thread, keep it rolling.2nd December 2013, 19:33 at 7:33 pm #246771
DTM is much better than current F1 anyway. So if I was him, I would have ditched open wheel racing and gone for DTM, isn’t it European’s Redneck Racing?2nd December 2013, 19:29 at 7:29 pm #246678
Bottas, as the highest qualifier among rookies. 3rd position?
@Lucas Wilson: Jenson Button, most experienced GP driver?2nd December 2013, 15:37 at 3:37 pm #246605
That’s good. Here’s a thought. Move the RoC 2013 to Austria, I mean isn’t two Austrian participating in it. Vettel and Felix Baumgartner?2nd December 2013, 15:30 at 3:30 pm #246668
Wrong answer guys…
The correct answer is Pastor Maldonado. All the other drivers deserve a race seat based on their talent. Hahaha.
No I’m kidding. The correct answer is given by @safeeuropeanhome.
“Bottas because he didn’t win GP2. The other three won GP2 in consecutive years, Hulk (09), Maldonado (10) and Grosjean (11).”
Good job.2nd December 2013, 15:08 at 3:08 pm #246662
Nice thread. Lets get this rolling I’ll ask one…
Pick the odd one out-
1. Nico Hulkenberg
2. Pastor Maldonado
3. Romain Grosjean
4. Valterri Bottas