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2nd August 2013, 10:23 at 10:23 am #220368
My new pitlane: http://www.gmap-pedometer.com/?r=6027766
For some reason I can’t edit my original post.2nd August 2013, 4:02 at 4:02 am #239694
Best GP2 Driver – Felipe Nasr. Very consistent and level-headed.
Best GP3 Driver – Tio Ellinas. No explanation needed.
Best FR3.5 Driver – Kevin Magnussen
Best Formula 3 Driver (any F3 series) – Raffaele Marciello
Best Young Driver in another series (V8 Supercars) – Scott McLaughlin. Extremely impressive rookie season. Two race wins in a midfield car. Miles ahead of teammate & former GP2 runner-up Alexandre Prémat.
Best Driver In A New Series (i.e. drivers moving up from GP3 to GP2) – Mitch Evans.
Most Overrated Driver – Jolyon Palmer
Most Disappointing Driver – Tie between Johnny Cecotto Jr. & Daniel Abt.
Most Overlooked Driver – Sergey Sirotkin. Classed under the Pay Driver banner when he shouldn’t be.
Most Improved Driver – Robert Visoiu.
Best Overall F1 Prospect – Felipe Nasr.2nd August 2013, 0:56 at 12:56 am #2203651st July 2013, 3:07 at 3:07 am #238288
@prisoner-monkeys If Canamasas and Palmer were racing for position I would agree with you that Palmer was the one at fault.
However, Canamasas was a lap down and had been blocking Palmer for a few laps. Palmer had to dive down the inside because he had been battling with the driver ahead before Canamasas got in the way.
Palmer was at fault but Canamasas shouldn’t have been there in the first place. The stewards did give Canamasas a Stop-Go Penalty so they thought he was at fault as well.16th June 2013, 2:05 at 2:05 am #22020411th June 2013, 1:26 at 1:26 am #22019129th May 2013, 6:59 at 6:59 am #2201279th May 2013, 5:38 at 5:38 am #236442
Chris Amon without a doubt.
He led 183 Laps & had five pole positions without winning even one championship race.
Awful luck. Marco Andretti once joked about him: “If he became an undertaker, people would stop dying”.8th May 2013, 10:12 at 10:12 am #2200364th May 2013, 2:36 at 2:36 am #236266
To me it seems like Williams have on years & off years.
In 2010, they finished sixth in the Constructors Championship with 69 Points.
In 2011, they finished ninth with a dismal 5 Points.
In 2012, they finished eighth in the Constructors Championship with a car capable of finishing at least 6th, probably 5th.
Many people blame Maldonado for the failure to finish higher in the Championship, but I think that is undeserved. He did what was expected of him & even won a race.
If it was not for him Williams might not even be here today. Many people seem to forget that he brought $46 Million in sponsorship to Williams in 2012 alone.
Also if Hamilton hadn’t shunted Maldonado off track at the Monaco Grand Prix in 2011 he would have scored twice as many points as Barrichello in the 2011 season.30th April 2013, 4:14 at 4:14 am #219994
I went a bit overboard with my track (7.75 km), but I really like it.15th April 2013, 7:13 at 7:13 am #219955