Time to bring all these together I think, thanks for the updates so far especially the diligent work by @wsrgo!
January 11th – 24 Hours of Dubai – Adrian Amstutz, Christian Engelhart, Mark Ineichen, Rolf Ineichen, Marcel Matter – Round 1 of 1 – Race 1 of 1
January 18th – Dakar Rally (Bikes) – Marc Coma – Race 1 of 1
January 18th – Dakar Rally…[Read more]
So what? Your approach sounds like Perez has cheat the results. Sound even like he has turned off Button’s car or dig on to the tires of his rivals.
What preposterous exaggeration. I never came close to saying […]
Keith Collantine commented on the post, Hamilton’s third hat-trick makes him title favourite 1 hour, 18 minutes ago
@lari Bookmakers take past performance into account when calculating their odds, the methodology I described above does not.
Keith Collantine commented on the post, Hamilton’s third hat-trick makes him title favourite 1 hour, 20 minutes ago
It’s amusing how one race makes someone a title favourite, especially when you consider the fact that the guy driving the same car retires with reliability issue.
I don’t see your point. Hamilton […]
Which F1 driver was the best performer during the Singapore Grand Prix weekend?
Review how each driver got on below and vote for who impressed you the most during the last race weekend.
Singapore Grand Prix driver-by-driver
Sebastian Vettel – Having lost most of the second practice session on Saturday due to a power unit…[Read more]
Keith Collantine commented on the post, Hamilton’s third hat-trick makes him title favourite 5 hours, 49 minutes ago
@nomeg1 As explained in the article, based on permutations of likely outcomes.
By ‘morally stronger’ I assume you mean in terms of ‘morale’ rather than ‘morality’? Not that I think either will play a role in this.
Lewis Hamilton is in the lead of the drivers’ championship for only the second time this year after winning the Singapore Grand Prix.
Hamilton’s seventh win of the season means he has now won half of the races […]
The Singapore Grand Prix has become the one round of the season where F1′s strategists can almost take it for granted that the Safety Car will play a role. This was the seventh running of the race, and as in the six previous events the Safety Car played a role.
For most of the teams it was a question of trying to make it to the end of the race…[Read more]
Sergio Perez claimed a useful seventh place in the Singapore Grand Prix, but ironically he probably wouldn’t have been in a position to do so had he not collided with Adrian Sutil earlier in the race.
Perez was […]
Lewis Hamilton set the fastest lap of the Singapore Grand Prix. He might have been expected to do that after he put new tyres on with eight laps to go – but he didn’t.
With the super soft tyres two-and-a-half seconds per lap quicker than the softs, Hamilton was no quicker when he put the harder tyres on at the end of the race than he had been…[Read more]
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In the story of the 2014 championship battle, the Singapore Grand Prix will rank as a footnote.
That was guaranteed from the moment the Mercedes mechanics pushed Nico Rosberg’s faulty car off the grid while the remaining drivers headed off on their formation lap.
Make your Singapore Grand Prix Pass of the Year nominations below.
As usual, name what you thought was the best pass of the race. Those with the most nominations will go into the Pass of the Year poll at the end of the season.
Here are the previous threads for this year which are still open for…[Read more]
Keith Collantine commented on the post, Hamilton takes points lead after Rosberg drops out 23 hours, 28 minutes ago
Ros has lost the team
Utter fantasy. His car broke down, that’s all.
Nico Rosberg’s retirement from the Singapore Grand Prix was blamed on a fault with his car’s wiring loom by his Mercedes team.
Mercedes motorsport director Toto Wolff said “it looks like a loom in the steering column failed and that was the root of his problems”.
“When he came back to the garage I told him we were sorry to have let him…[Read more]
The 2014 Singapore Grand Prix in pictures.
Images © Singapore GP/Sutton, Ferrari spa/Ercole Colombo, Lotus/LAT, Williams/LAT, McLaren/Hoch Zwei, Mercedes/Hoch Zwei, Daimler/Hoch Zwei, Red Bull/Getty, Force India, Sauber, Caterham/LAT, Marussia, Pirelli
Fernando Alonso said Ferrari had the right strategy for the Singapore Grand Prix but they were caught out by the timing of the Safety Car.
Alonso split the Red Bulls at the start of the race, then moved ahead […]
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