Vettel was the best driver of the season even before Hungary. Hamilton’s mediocre performances in Spain and Austria were largely masked by his car.
what gives you the impression that I would only consider a bit over half of the PU there (the ICE) @praxis?
Let me repeat, the complete package probably has more peak power available than most V8. But the […]
7. Massa – had a very good run of 3/4 races
8. Hulkenberg – drove very well since Le Mans
9. Bottas – evenly matched with Massa, which is worse than last year
12. Kvyat – not bad, but before Hungary he and his car had done nothing eye-catching
Yes, when they add everything together and use all of it these engines certainly do come closer to the better of the V10s and V12s in peak power, but that is hardly used this way during the races, instead the ERS […]
to me it rather shows how we all get ourselves brain washed by repeated comments and let ourselves be used to achieve an agenda (from BE who got Sky and to an extent the BBC to tout his message until they realized […]
What I find perplexing is that while the new rules for manual starts after the summer break were not introduced until July 2nd, Hamilton had been suffering with poor starts since Spain. Monaco and […]
you forgot to mention that they also ask more money for the engines, although its possible that RBR have insisted on a cut on the price by now.
As for the speeds, are you sure you are reading that right? The […]
Agree with you that Sainz is pretty clearly getting somewhat second hand treatment as Red Bull favour the “star” driver just that little bit @ruliemaulana. And while the points suddenly say Verstappen is in front […]
Alonso for example, finished 4 places ahead of Button, remarkable. But of those 4 places 2 of them were due to the Mercedes duo having issues when they did, in a way that they affected Button but not him. Had the […]
Alonso finished 24 seconds behind Ricciardo in the end, but he was 26.77 seconds behind the leader when the SC got called in on lap 48.
Had the safety car stayed out one more lap and had the lapped […]
Herbert-Trulli-Barrichello, wow! That would have been one of my favourites! The best one I saw was Vettel-Massa-Kobayashi at Suzuka 2012: Massa back after two years, Kobayashi for the first time in front of his home crowd… the shivers! Alonso-Raikkonen-Massa from Spain 2013 was also nice, three drivers with a Ferrari past or present, but I…[Read more]
Ricciardo! Looked on it from Friday, beat Kimi in qualy, was the man of the race with incredible moves at turn 1 despite slow top speed even with DRS, fought his way through despite suffering from others’ errors […]
BasCB commented on the post, Vettel matches Senna’s win tally with 9 fewer starts 5 days, 8 hours ago
Agree, its always better if a record gets improved upon only by a bit, not the gigantic leap between Schumacher’s win tally and Prost in second for example @xtwl
And records should not be broken too often
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