Also, funny to note that Olsen is not backed by an F1 team, but by Petter Solberg, the former rally driver and still the last non-Sébastien to win the WRC title.
As for Daly, I guess this will be the end of his European adventure. I hope he will find a place in IndyCar or Indy Lights instead.
That’s definitely an odd decision. I can only imagine Red Bull want to clean up their junior programme (too many great talents), so they present Gasly with a challenge, just to see if he is as good as the other Red Bull drivers. Sadly GP2 is not an easy category and Caterham has been really disappointing this year, so I fear he will not do well. Anyway, I hope he puts the majority of his focus on FR3.5 and that he doesn’t get dumped by Red Bull at the end of the season.
Maserati 250F. Great handling, V12 engine, ideal car for both the works team and privateers. And it’s no eye-sore either ;)
Same advice here, the only thing I was really missing were the strategies. But it’s a fantastic addition to the series, no doubt :)
Who are the stewards and when can I start bribing them?
YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEES finally some luck! Can’t believe it, third and sixth! And a massive congrats to Force Australia as well! :D
Also, Lindsey may not be coming back :P
Also also, 10 points to Gryffindor for the genius who can figure out how Mattson got onto the podium from 13th on the grid ;)
@keithcollantine I can’t think of any improvements. The main limitation is google itself, which for some reason doesn’t find some videos. At the moment I’m combining videos I find with the hedonismbot with videos I find using youtube’s search function. The latter is a bit more hit-and-miss, but it finds videos google can’t.
The Magnussen fight, Button has a little look at Alonso going into Pouhon
Some more hot Eau Rouge action, including Bianchi slowing down due to his puncture
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