I expected BMW to do well in 2009 after ‘sacrificing’ the title run-in 2008 to concentrate on the new rules.
A late crash was all that stopped Kubica getting a podium in Australia (Round 1) and Heidfeld actually got 2nd place in Malaysia (Round 2). It looked like their was some potential in the car.
Then it hardly scored a point for the rest of the season… It was over by Catalunya.
‘RACING’ – it lived up to that billing today. ;)
Obviously the Martini logo is the roughly the same shape as the London transport roundel but interestingly enough Williams Hybrid Engineering (F1 team subsidiary) did a deal with Transport for London in 2012 to stick flywheel energy recovery systems in some buses, utilising technology directly derived from the unraced 2009 Williams KERS system so there is history between the two!
Here’s hoping they can take the fight to the German P1 teams and build on their five WEC victories to give us a great season!
Hmm, I preferred the black testing livery.
I foresee some fans being so tired when the sun rises at hour 18 of Le Mans 24hrs that they will mix up the white Porsches and Audis!! :P
Pagenaud needs some yellow for a return of the AWESOME Team Spirit Renault F1 colours!!
If they drop the Tweet-vote crap, I’ll watch Formula E.
Right angle, chicane, right angle, chicane: Inspiring stuff right there.
The pitane is the mose interesting feature yet it’s still just right angles.
Official shots of the new Porsche 919 Hybrid are still exciting even if the race livery is a bit drab!
I wanted Jacques to go to the new Porsche le Mans team. He has some unfinished business there regarding a certain motorsport triple crown!
Sadly I don’t have the time to invest in it to get the most out of it. I’ve managed to save up enough for a Mclaren and an Aventador in game which is something, but I don’t think I’ll ever get to use the multimillion credit costing LMP1 or Group C cars.
The climate might be stable in Bahrain but…
Ferrari: F2004, 2004
McLaren: MP4-4, 1988
Williams: FW14B, 1992
Red Bull: RB7, 2011
Lotus: R26 (Renault F1), 2006
Mercedes: BGP001 (Brawn GP), 2009; W196 (Daimler-Benz) 1955, 1956.
Sauber: F1.08 (BMW) 2008
Force India: 199 (Jordan), 1999
Toro Rosso: STR3, 2008
Caterham: CT01, 2012
Marussia: MR02, 2013
I wonder if Mclaren are playing the oldest trick in the book in one last roll of the dice to bag a new 2014 sponsor.
Two fastest laps in two days. Probably just coincidence.
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