Keith Collantine commented on the post, Hamilton vs Rosberg: Did unreliability decide the title? 1 hour, 31 minutes ago
Kingshark commented on the post, Hamilton vs Rosberg: Did unreliability decide the title? 3 hours, 40 minutes ago
All in all, everything considered, 384 vs 317 points is an accurate reflection of how well each driver drove this season. They both lost about the same amount of points due reliability.
Rosberg was good, but […]
The GP2 grid for next year is already starting to take shape.
Julian Leal is staying at Carlin for his fifth year in the category, which is a blow for those hoping the grid won’t be stuffed with deadwood mediocrities treading water. Here’s the PR guff:
Julian Leal will stay with Carlin for the 2015 GP2 Series. The Colombian racer who stood on…
As far as I’m concerned the final entry list hasn’t published so nothing is ‘confirmed’.
It’s not hard to imagine a scenario where Mercedes, eager to gain the marketing value of having the number one on their […]
Keith Collantine commented on the post, Hamilton tipped for new five-year Mercedes contract 5 hours, 7 minutes ago
@sato113 Must be a problem with their code or your browser, see here:
Keith Collantine commented on the post, Hamilton vs Rosberg: Did unreliability decide the title? 5 hours, 16 minutes ago
I don’t think the practice sessions are as significant but as drivers get so little real track time these days I didn’t want to gloss over the potential effect it might have had.
Besides which, if I hadn’t […]
Keith Collantine commented on the post, Hamilton vs Rosberg: Did unreliability decide the title? 5 hours, 23 minutes ago
This is not correct.
And yet you appear to agree with me?
Estesark commented on the post, Hamilton vs Rosberg: Did unreliability decide the title? 5 hours, 27 minutes ago
So what you’re saying is that Hamilton’s margin of victory wouldn’t have been eradicated, but extended? It seems like you’re agreeing with the part of the article you quoted, yet you said “that […]
Can I ask those who suggest adding non-F1-standard tracks like Zandvoort and Brands Hatch the following question:
Are you suggesting keeping these tracks as they are, and altering the FIA’s standard for F1 circuits so they make the grade (with the potential ramifications in terms of safety).
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craig-o commented on the post, Twice-champion Hamilton ousts Alonso as one of F1’s top five winners 7 hours, 22 minutes ago
@sato113 From this site:
Retirements or DNS due to technical problems:
Red Bull: 5
Force India: 2
Toro Rosso: 10
craig-o commented on the post, Twice-champion Hamilton ousts Alonso as one of F1’s top five winners 7 hours, 29 minutes ago
@davidnotcoulthard2 Nope. The only change in either championship was Perez gaining two places.
craig-o commented on the post, Twice-champion Hamilton ousts Alonso as one of F1’s top five winners 7 hours, 33 minutes ago
@brum55 In 2012, Ferrari finished ahead of McLaren.
craig-o commented on the post, Bottas on top as McLaren take first steps with Honda 7 hours, 36 minutes ago
Valtteri Bottas led the times on the penultimate day of F1 testing this year, but all eyes were on the first public outing for the new McLaren-Honda partnership.
But the interim McLaren-Honda MP4-29H/1X1, which […]
That’s the whole point of having personal numbers. Those who are dedicated to theirs (I’d think Hamilton, Alonso, maybe Massa) will keep it; those who don’t give a damn (Kimi above all!) will go with 1 as it’s […]
OmarR-Pepper commented on the post, Top ten pictures from the 2014 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 9 hours, 46 minutes ago
Nelson Piquet, there is your answer!!!
What was the best pass of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix?
Make your nomination below and at the end of the year the passes which receive the most nominations from every round will go into our ‘Pass of the Year’ poll.
Make sure you mention who passed who for your nomination to count.
Nominations remain open for all the previous races…[Read more]
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