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31st March 2014, 14:26 at 2:26 pm #254887
But Hamilton did smash Rosberg. :)
However Hamilton did say he wouldn’t want to win like Vettel last year. Yet he was obviously quite happy yesterday. Was there any difference? Wonder how Mercedess will deny it.31st January 2014, 22:18 at 10:18 pm #248439
each on its own row12th December 2013, 16:43 at 4:43 pm #247124
Those “make the 2nd come first *at the end of the year*” point systems don’t work. F1 had it for plenty of years. And got rid of it. The win should the the goal in a race not the second place.
*edit4th December 2013, 15:52 at 3:52 pm #246511
There could be an f1 2014 car hidden under the road car clothing. I doubt anyone can say if that is the case by just looking at the video :)17th November 2013, 14:47 at 2:47 pm #245395
psycho shooter or explosives enthusiast?5th November 2013, 17:42 at 5:42 pm #244729
Lack of money is new teams’ problem. BMW, Audi, etc. got the money but they know how much they have to put in F1 before they see any gains and do not consider it worthy. WEC is cheaper, but less popular. Maybe popular enough for them?
The other thing about the big car manufacturers is that they want to join a series and win immediately. And F1 does not want that. F1 has a reputation, too. Competition of the best. How can F1 teams be the best there is if someone can show up from nowhere and beat them in their own game?28th October 2013, 13:47 at 1:47 pm #243961
^^ There was time then we had refueling and two-way telemetry. What decisions came from the driver back then?16th October 2013, 12:16 at 12:16 pm #243220
If it was possible to convince those who can’t be convinced, there would be either 100% religious people or 100% atheist in the world. Or neither.
I think it’s wrong to do anything if your goal is to please everyone. You will inevitably fail. Not at what you do but at pleasing everyone. Some people just want to see other people fail miserably. That’s the way the world rolls :)15th October 2013, 18:47 at 6:47 pm #241552
Lucas di Grassi is the evil mastermind behind the destruction of racing. First Pirelli tires now fanboost :D15th October 2013, 13:41 at 1:41 pm #241538
X-Factor of racing. Will there be a dramatic pause before FIA names the winner of the vote?
Are there botnets on twiter?30th September 2013, 19:51 at 7:51 pm #203608
when you realize what’s going on in the race before the commentators do25th September 2013, 7:33 at 7:33 am #242016
Compared to previous years the leader gets a lot of coverage regardless who that might be. In 2011 we would see Vettel at the start, when he pits and when he takes the flag. In Singapore we saw much more than that.12th September 2013, 10:45 at 10:45 am #241524
FIA brings democracy to racing even before Ward is elected :)12th September 2013, 6:27 at 6:27 am #241522
There are ambitious plans to enhance the digital aspect of the series. A video game is in development that will allow fans watching TV to race in real time with the competitors.
Also, the racing cars will have a power-boost function to increase passing speed, and fans will be able to vote when it is used during the race.11th September 2013, 7:33 at 7:33 am #241609
I provide my viewpoint
Good laugh. Your viewpoint changed from “Webber’s car breaks all the time so it must be sabotaged” to “Vettel has more DNFs because his car is built closer to the limit”. And now you have a complete list of issues form Q and Race in front of you and you talk about “pure luck”. And twisting. How convenient of you to remember Steve Matchett words now. Or am I mistaken and you quoted him when you blamed RBR of sabotaging Webber’s car?