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7th February 2016, 22:53 at 10:53 pm #312193
First of all, sorry if the commentary wasn’t all that fluent, it’s much more difficult when put on the spot :P
Anyway, have to say that’s probably one of the best races in FV history. Was really pleased to see Ruiz take another victory, but there were others who drove very well too. Particularly Harding, Halvosen and Beyer.
Looking forward to see if Halvosen can repeat that kind of performance again.6th February 2016, 16:36 at 4:36 pm #312162
Congrats to Westwood and AMR, great performance from both teams. Don’t think we’ve ever seen our cars down so low as a whole, so will be an interesting challenge.5th February 2016, 12:47 at 12:47 pm #312142
@Bradley13 – Let’s not get ahead of ourselves, even magic and miracles can’t stop Franklin ;)5th February 2016, 9:03 at 9:03 am #312137
As disappointing as it is to see Wagner down there, Ruiz is still showing his class and Rossi is struggling too it seems.
Kudos to Westwood and AMR31st January 2016, 22:53 at 10:53 pm #31200131st January 2016, 9:58 at 9:58 am #311980
Seriously? Are you kidding me? This really is getting beyond a joke now. The kid is clearly the best out there by some margin and yet like @pezlo2013 said, every time there’s a yellow flag, I have to worry that he’s retired yet again.
Poles, fastest laps, leading nearly every lap by a big margin…what else can he do?30th January 2016, 12:09 at 12:09 pm #311962
If the race finished like that, I’d be ecstatic. Rossi being challenged by Downton, and Liverpool slipping back further. What more could I ask for?…
…Some reliability would be nice, I suppose.23rd January 2016, 10:50 at 10:50 am #311687
Crazy to see Ruiz so low. He’s had more than his share of bad luck, and a couple of silly incidents, mainly down to poor backmarkers. However, look at his performances…half a second to a second quicker each lap until he pulls a gap so dominant that only reliability can stop him. I don’t recall a driver in the history of FV that has been able to do that.
In addition, you can’t say it’s all the car because Wagner is a V Prix winner, as well as qualifying would be far easier if we had that sort of gap to the next cars.
Not taking it away from the other drivers, but Ruiz has been in a class of one this season (bar France). Domenicalli is the only driver I’d say could deserve to be up there instead.18th January 2016, 12:38 at 12:38 pm #31159917th January 2016, 10:33 at 10:33 am #311550
As great as Ruiz has been, even I didn’t expect that kind of performance. Made Wagner look like an absolute rookie out there today. I think many had written him off for the title this season, but he has almost halved the gap in the last 3 races. Outstanding.
Really good race from Hoskins as well, despite being overly aggressive, and a special mention to Maxwell, proving the doubters wrong.16th January 2016, 10:47 at 10:47 am #311534
Great from Ruiz once again. Even with his horrible luck with reliability, he is having a potentially record breaking season.
With such a short run to turn 1, I don’t imagine there will be so much worry, but a clean start will certainly help.
I’m hoping that Ruiz’ run of being stronger in the races continues.15th January 2016, 15:31 at 3:31 pm #31151315th January 2016, 12:12 at 12:12 pm #31150915th January 2016, 7:13 at 7:13 am #31150214th January 2016, 17:37 at 5:37 pm #311491