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2nd April 2016, 7:41 at 7:41 am #316435
Yeah Karun is getting better and better, his pitlane reporting in practice was great.2nd April 2016, 7:32 at 7:32 am #316434
The Levorg is a weird choice, emboldened by the (mild) success of the Civic Tourer I guess. Nice to see Subaru in the championship though.
The Honda boys have to start as favourites again, other than that I think the Focuses of Jackson and Jordan and the BMWs of Goff and Tordoff have to start as outside bets.25th March 2016, 0:42 at 12:42 am #316001
I’ll miss the V8, but I understand they had to make a change for the sake of competitiveness. At least there are still a range of engines in the WEC (some of the GT’s sound absolutely ace). Can’t really speak much for the look of it, seems to be wearing dazzle camouflage.9th March 2016, 23:19 at 11:19 pm #314863
he’s driven the turbo cars, hasn’t he?
I don’t think so, unless he did it for TV. Last I remember him driving was a Caterham, and they never used V6’s.
OK my memory is terrible, they did use V6’s. I don’t think he ever drove one though.8th March 2016, 17:44 at 5:44 pm #314809
I never minded Allan McNish, I think he’s good at explaining what racing drivers do and think. I agree with most of the rest of what you said, although I don’t see how anyone can dislike Murray. I doubt he can travel much these days so it’ll probably just be his thoughts on the season or a ‘storytime with Murray’ segment.26th February 2016, 15:51 at 3:51 pm #313395
They’re air pressure sensors, for mapping the airflow coming off the tyres usually.25th February 2016, 18:19 at 6:19 pm #313229
You should definitely keep it Keith, it will be interesting to see the comparison between our choices and the general public. It also gives us an opportunity to discuss drivers’ performances between ourselves.14th February 2016, 2:37 at 2:37 am #312325
Hopefully they keep at least one of the current commentators, preferably both as they have a good partnership I think. Edwards and Coulthard can be a little ‘vanilla’, but having seen how bad it can be with Legard and the motoGP commentators on BT sport, I’m dreading a change there. If the commentators know less about the race than I do I tend to get rather agitated and sweary :P.13th February 2016, 1:11 at 1:11 am #312317
I’m sure some people will complain, but for me The Chain and F1 are synonymous. It’s not like it’s hugely important though, they still have to get the rest of the show right :).11th February 2016, 18:11 at 6:11 pm #312273
I’ve mostly been playing DiRT Rally lately, it has some issues (mainly the FFB and co-driver calls), but for a quick bezz around it’s fun. I’m not sold on Project Cars yet, the driving is fine but the AI ruins it for me, and being used to iRacing I’m not sure I can cope with normal public lobbies :P.
I let my iRacing sub lapse over the winter, just don’t have time to put the practice in at the minute. I did have a go on a stand at the Autosport show though, which I have to admit made me pine for it again (they chose the odd combo of Radical @ Oulton Fosters, lots of fun)!1st August 2015, 2:07 at 2:07 am #302753
Interesting seeing so many people putting Alonso in their top 5, I agree with Diceman it’s hard to judge the McLaren drivers when the car is so rubbish. They can’t even race properly with the engine being so underpowered.28th May 2015, 15:45 at 3:45 pm #299132
Good for all involved I think. Their rivalry might have cost the team a few points, but from a marketing standpoint both for the team and the sport it was a huge bonus, and the fans got to see two of the greats go at it in equal machinery. Plus they won every championship while they were together so taking points off each other didn’t allow a rival to take the championship like Raikkonen in ’07.28th May 2015, 15:09 at 3:09 pm #299129
Best – Moss/Fangio
Worst – Chandhok/Yamamoto (just for one race for HRT in 2010)
Thinking of bad combos is somewhat harder than good ones :P6th May 2015, 16:05 at 4:05 pm #297807
I think they will probably get 5th. The engine does seem very promising, it’s just a case of getting it working.25th April 2015, 0:37 at 12:37 am #297362
Honestly I like it, with the cars being heavier than ever they lack some of the visual excitement, this seems like a fairly organic way to replace some of that without affecting anything else. In the end the skid block is there to do a job, so it’s not like they’ve just stuck a sparkler on the back.
They were also far more evident in Bahrain because of the low-light conditions, which obviously didn’t happen the last time they used titanium because there weren’t floodlit GP’s.