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13th November 2013, 12:49 at 12:49 pm #239162
Why don’t we just go back to the 92-93 noses – they looked pretty great, theywere low at the front and raised in the middle5th October 2013, 19:51 at 7:51 pm #242687
I think that currently the only way that other drivers can beat Vettel is with a stick in the back alley3rd October 2013, 15:54 at 3:54 pm #242527
This is pretty close
What did Petter Solberg’s fan do?27th September 2013, 19:54 at 7:54 pm #242096
WRC – Ogier – when Loeb said that he will do only part time, Latvala started crashing out, Ford pulled the plug on the works team and rest of the Citroen under performed
WEC – when Toyota withdrew their second car (although it is technically not over yet)27th September 2013, 19:48 at 7:48 pm #242061
http://www.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/11017425th September 2013, 19:32 at 7:32 pm #242022
So why is it a bad thing that a driver who is leading by quite a margin gets only marginal coverage?
They did show him cross the line and his usual yes! yes! thank you guys…
It is called race coverage so they should show some actual racing, rather than a single driver, no matter who he is.
@meander You are right about that – i really wanted to see more of the Webber/Alonso taxi ride.
Also is that really true about 92 – even if there was some good racing down the grid?22nd September 2013, 18:41 at 6:41 pm #241931
Shouldn’t Alonso be the one getting the penalty, he is the one who stopped – I’m not saying that he should get it because this is absolutely ridiculous. I mean Bernie and other fossils are trying to increase the show by using worst tyres in history and fake overtaking, and yet they give penalties for something like this.
Really makes you think what is going on with the F1 formerly known as the sport?21st September 2013, 14:05 at 2:05 pm #241910
They should really bring back Sebring at Petit Le Mans and ditch Bahrain and perhaps Shanghai because those two US races are classics and quite prestigious, not to mention strongly attended.11th September 2013, 15:44 at 3:44 pm #241620
Regardless of the statistics, Webber has had a more unreliable car this year than Vettel. And altogether, their problems are not as bad as last year for Mercedes (Schumacher does great in qualifying and then his car breaks down in the race) and McLaren (it cost Hamilton a potential championship).
BTW, this is a great detective work but statistics don’t really show the real picture – for example McLaren had a lot of reliability problems in 1998 which caused a very tight championship. If not, they would have had a lot easier job.11th September 2013, 15:31 at 3:31 pm #241707
Well Canada, Spa and Monza were a let down this year, much like Silverstone last year, if we take to account the track reputation. And Valencia and Abu Dhabi have done the reverse thing last year.16th July 2013, 13:04 at 1:04 pm #238872
What about new Fuji in 07-08?25th June 2013, 18:16 at 6:16 pm #238171
It made me feel even worse because there was an official statement saying that he has regained consciousness. And 3 hours later…25th June 2013, 18:11 at 6:11 pm #238162
Sharing the top spot – Dakar and Le Mans, both in the terms of toughness, engineering challenge, prestige, legacy and popularity. Also some classic F1 races (Belgium, Italy, Monaco, UK), Indy 500, Daytona 24 and Sebring 12, Bathurst 1000, Rally Monte Carlo, and up to 2002, Safari Rally12th June 2013, 8:45 at 8:45 am #237580
Speaking of crowd control, how about these Darwin award nominees:
12th June 2013, 8:29 at 8:29 am #237611
I would really like DRS to backfire so that FIA can finally get rid of it