Fikri Harish replied to the topic Going to the 2017 Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang International Circuit in the forum Going to the Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang 1 week, 6 days ago
Just bought the ticket for the K1 grandstand, first time going to an F1 race (or any kind of race, really) so would like to know what the actual program for the weekend is like.
I’m flying in on Friday afternoon so I’m probably going to be there on Saturday and Sunday only and I’m flying out on Monday just to avoid the hassle.
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Fikri Harish commented on the post, Mexico City could host IndyCar and F1 races in same month 2 weeks, 3 days ago
I swear to God, if Kubica does make his way back into a race seat once again, I’m going to cry like I’ve never cried before
Fikri Harish commented on the post, F1 announces public show tomorrow in London’s Trafalgar Square 1 month, 1 week ago
Ah, trying to take advantage of the Wimbledon crowds, I presume?
If the men’s quarterfinals are as electric as the women’s, I don’t know why anyone would bother with this
Fikri Harish commented on the post, Grosjean “in a good position” if Raikkonen seat becomes available 2 months ago
People seem to conveniently forget that Ferrari has two highly capable drivers in their Academy right now.
Giovinazzi and Leclerc. I’ve said this before and I’m going to say it again, I doubt Giovinazzi was […]
This is why I respect Grosjean.
Sure, he may complain a lot about his car but when push comes to shove, he put his money where his mouth is and put that Hass through Q3 and bag a couple points on Sunday. On […]
Man, one of the top two teams messes up, and maybe, just maybe Toro Rosso could have another day in the spotlight again outshining the Red Bulls.
Here’s hoping one, or preferably both, could do something this Sunday.
Fikri Harish commented on the post, Hamilton wins in Spain after dramatic duel with Vettel 3 months, 1 week ago
Whoa, Wehrlein. And to a lesser extent, whoa, Hulkenberg.
Palmer really isn’t doing anything worth writing about. I’d put Hulkenberg and Perez in roughly the same level, and given how Ocon is quickly coming up to […]
Yes, due to Bottas’s costly mistake near the end. I was genuinely thinking that the pressure might get to him.
Under normal circumstances though? Absolutely no chance in hell. Heck, I doubted […]
The Canadian GP traditionally starts at 1 am on Monday morning here in Indonesia. In 2011, I stayed up until 5 or so to watch the Podium ceremony.
I still attended the usual office weekly […]
Fikri Harish commented on the post, Hamilton falls fouls of F1’s social media rules again 4 months ago
I do think Grosjean’s Haas connection would prove to be an obstacle in that. And besides, FDA has at least two very promising driver ready to deliver if they deemed Grosjean’s not going to be enough.
Fikri Harish commented on the post, Vote for your 2017 Bahrain Grand Prix Driver of the Weekend 4 months, 1 week ago
Yeah. Given that the Renault can’t even match the Williams, FI and/or the Haas in the race, it just goes to show how magnificent that qualifying lap was from Hulkenberg.
I do think that everyone from the lower […]
Fikri Harish commented on the post, Vote for your 2017 Australian Grand Prix Driver of the Weekend 4 months, 4 weeks ago
This is definitely a biased opinion, but my vote goes to Kvyat.
Coming back from such a horrible year, he managed to make his tyres last without losing any pace compared to his teammate and would’ve finished […]
I’m at a loss for words either.
From the onboard, it seems Magnussen pretty much understeered into Ericsson. I was watching NBC’s coverage of the race and Buxton pretty much put the blame squarely on Magnussen.
Of course Honda can survive this blunder.
By any metric you choose to apply, the new NSX’s hybrid powertrain is a success. I don’t think a failed stint in a global sport still struggling with relevance would hurt […]
1. Other than Mercedes, which teams will win races this year?
2. What will be the best result for Renault?
3rd and a maiden podium for Hulkenberg
3. Which team will score more points: Williams or Force […]
Eh, don’t put too much stock on the phrase “could be champion”. Pretty much half the grid can win the championship under the right circumstance.
Winning a championship even if the cards are stacked against you […]
I was going to say it’s ridiculous to state Alonso, who is now of retirement age, is actually much better than he was ten years ago, the year just after he became the then-youngest double world champion in which […]
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