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15th June 2014, 22:01 at 10:01 pm #263137
Thank you very much, that looks quite good! I’ll be checking if they sell that chair somewhere close to me as well!17th March 2014, 23:05 at 11:05 pm #253036
Best Driver: Magnussen
Worst Driver: Gutierrez
Best Team: McLaren
Worst Team: Lotus, but that was pretty much expexted from him considering their testing.
Best Overtake: Bottas’ first overtake on Raikkonen
Funniest Moment: Button’s pit-shortcut.
Most Surprising Result: The entirety of qualifying.
Least Surprising Result: Lotus not finishing the race.
Special Mention to: Kvyat, Bottas, Ricciardo, Kobayashi, Hulkenberg.
Race Rating: 7/10
World feed rating: 6/10, graphics dropped out quite often, but the new ones are quite nice.
It seems some people were kinda shocked about Perez and how far behind Hulkenberg he was, but he suffered a puncture on lap one, causing him to start with a major deficit. He did have some problems with his brakes during qualifying as well, apparently.7th March 2014, 3:19 at 3:19 am #251018
1. Nico Rosberg
2. Lotus, once Renault sort their problems, the radical aero-choices will pay off.
3. Kimi Raikkonen
4. 5 times
5. 6 races
6. Johnny Herbert
9. The first 2.5 days out of the 4 days of the Thursday – Sunday event.
10. Germany22nd February 2014, 19:17 at 7:17 pm #249558
Sebastian Vettel: 1st (3x)
Daniel Ricciardo: 1st (1x)
Lewis Hamilton: 1st (3x)
Nico Rosberg: 1st (4x)
Fernando Alonso: 1st (1x)
Kimi Räikkönen: 1st (2x)
Romain Grosjean: 1st (1x)
Pastor Maldonado: 3rd (2x)
Jenson Button: 1st (2x)
Kevin Magnussen: 1st (2x)
Nico Hülkenberg: 2nd (1x)
Sergio Pérez: 3rd (1x)
Adrian Sutil: 6th (1x)
Esteban Gutiérrez: 7th (2x)
Giedo van der Garde: 11th (1x)
Jean-Éric Vergne: 8th (1x)
Daniil Kvyat: 6th (1x)
Felipe Massa: 4th (2x)
Valtteri Bottas: 2nd (1x)
Jules Bianchi: 13th (1x)
Max Chilton: 15th (1x)
Kamui Kobayashi: 15th (2x)
Marcus Ericsson: 16th (2x)
Robin Frijns: 13th (1x)25th January 2014, 19:03 at 7:03 pm #246394
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I hope everybody gets the joke!23rd January 2014, 22:39 at 10:39 pm #246370
Ouch, that hurt @prisoner-monkeys! Joking aside though, that livery would look great, but then again, I’m not fully sure how trustworthy the Brazilian media is, as you mentioned.22nd January 2014, 22:21 at 10:21 pm #248153
Something I found striking was that Robin Frijns didn’t only thank Caterham, but also thanked Renault a lot in his interviews after the Caterham announcement (particular interview is in Dutch)…
Furthermore, Tony Fernandes mentioned him quite often in his interview with Ted Kravitz on Sky, along with a lot of praise. He even mentioned how he was contemplating giving him a 2014 seat. Does anyone else here find that interesting for the 2015 lineup? Possibly even mid 2014?17th January 2014, 19:31 at 7:31 pm #248113
and Frijns now even has 6m Euros backing.. new management did him well
I’m sorry to digress from this thread’s subject, but what’s your source on that?14th January 2014, 21:26 at 9:26 pm #230390
Well, seeing how Caterham’s GP2 team hasn’t confirmed any drivers either, a Rossi/Frijns lineup would be a possible choice, certainly if these rumors are true!13th January 2014, 18:39 at 6:39 pm #247404
That could also be M4X.5th January 2014, 21:48 at 9:48 pm #230364
I have a feeling that if Marussia chooses a Frijns/Bianchi line-up, Caterham might as well just throw in the towel immediately.
This line-up would consist of 2 of the most impressive young drivers who are easily able to adjust to their car and are also quick and clean drivers.
With the drivers that still are available, it would be incredibly tough for Caterham to pick a line-up to rival that of Marussia in terms of talent, with only Nasr, Felix Da Costa and Vandoorne springing to mind.
If this lineup will happen, it will probably be one of the interesting in-team battles next season (at least, if the Marussia MR03 isn’t completely terrible). Let’s just hope that the bad blood gained in the 2012 WSR 3.5 Finale is lost in that case!23rd December 2013, 1:03 at 1:03 am #230355
They had a weaker car than Caterham, but a stronger driver in Bianchi. I’m guessing they will want someone of similar ilk, and maybe give up on an immediate sponsor payment to chase a bigger prize later.
Which sounds just like a Vandoorne, Calado, Frijns or Nasr ( who has backing but is also talented). I would astually be rather happy to see any of them in F1 next year, certainly paired up with Bianchi!7th December 2013, 23:14 at 11:14 pm #246880
Redbull are known for their KERS troubles.
The entire ERS-unit (including stuff like batteries) is supplied with the engine, so Red Bulls history with KERS will not be of any importance.7th December 2013, 15:37 at 3:37 pm #246868
Marussia1st December 2013, 19:26 at 7:26 pm #246634
Grosjean, didn’t move teams.