The looks on the three Ferrari guy’s faces are all totally different.
Kimi is: ‘Look, 900 races, yay… (I don’t care)’
Arrivabene is: ‘LOOK, 900 RACES. LOOK DAMMIT!’
Seb is: ‘Look, 900 races, yay, ohmygod, […]
I think that’s a given. As it happened I was watching and said ‘He’s cut Radillon far too much there and whacked the kerbs.’ You could almost see it happen.
In fact, I even tweeted Crofty just after stating […]
Bradley Downton commented on the post, Power unit changes to cost McLaren drivers 55 places 1 week ago
Blimey, McLaren will be so far back they’ll be starting in Hungary!
Although that’d probably work out better for them…
@theawesomefish – Sadly there do appear to be further issues, hopefully we can get it soon – so excited to add commentary! – but I fear it may be a while. Still, fingers crossed the problems cease and we get the race soon.
My concern was that people might get fed up/bored with an entire race and skip bits, but if not, I’m well up for it! That’s certainly going to be a challenge. I’ll apologise now for any odd/off-tangent remarks, but believe it or not, I’ve never talked for an hour and a half before! :-P
Bradley Downton replied to the topic Bruno Senna tests revised Mahindra Formula E car for 2015-16 season in the forum Formula E 3 weeks, 1 day ago
@keithcollantine – I presume this is as good as confirmation that Senna will be back with them next season?
Bradley Downton replied to the topic Alguersuari to miss London ePrix on health grounds in the forum Formula E 3 weeks, 1 day ago
That’s a huge shame. I really feel Alguersuari could have done something special had it all clicked. I wish him all the best and hope it’s nothing serious that ends his racing career.
Sebastian Vettel was voted Driver of the Weekend for the third time this year following his Hungarian Grand Prix victory.
The Ferrari driver’s second win of 2015 was every bit as surprising as his first, and […]
Race 5: Spain
Qualifying: 14th – Race: 8th
I can’t remember much of Spain, except I had a fairly steady race and picked up a few points at a track I’m usually shocking at. I do remember it was an odd result, as Senna won from Grosjean, Vergne and Kovalainen…
Race 6: Monaco
Qualifying: 1st – Race: 1st
Primes in Q1 and Options in Q2 easily got me…[Read more]
1. Sebastian Vettel
2. Lewis Hamilton
3. Nico Hulkenberg
4. Max Verstappen
5. Fernando Alonso
6. Carlos Sainz Jr
7. Jenson Button
8. Felipe Nasr
9. Sergio Perez
10. Nico Rosberg
11. Felipe Massa
12. Daniel Ricciardo
13. Romain Grosjean
14. Valtteri Bottas
15. Daniil Kvyat
16. Marcus Ericsson
17. Kimi Raikkonen
18. Roberto Merhi
19. Pastor…[Read more]
@mathers/a – I think it was a mix of over-aggressiveness and luck. I braked far too late into turn 3, but it really worked to my advantage, though I probably should have got a penalty! From then on, people seemed to keep having problems behind me and that helped preserve my shock lead. I’m not expecting a result as good in the next few races,…[Read more]
I am genuinely shocked at that. Don’t get me wrong, 16th & 20th is nothing to write home about, but I was fully expecting us to be plumb last, possibly ahead of Ocelot, so that’s a nice surprise. Would be awesome if we could somehow nick a point.
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