27th September – Oliver Rowland, Formula Renault 3.5, Le Mans Bugatti, race 15 of 17
27th September – Felix Rosenqvist, European Formula Three, Nurbrugring (short), race 30/33
In their post-race radio remarks Red Bull were of the view it was a racing incident:
@xtwl Yeah I’ve been racking my brains on this one, I though there’d be more!
So here’s the list so far:
Carlos Sainz Jnr
@spaceman1861 Nothing, not even an investigation:
@lass321 Nothing wrong with it at all.
Hamilton often does this sort of thing, and is allowed to get away with it every time.
So does anyone else who does the same thing. If someone’s alongside you on the outside but isn’t ahead, you’re allowed to run them off the road. It’s been like that for years. There’s no way you can claim Hamilton gets special treatment on this.
@raceprouk My point was that they could have a ‘no driver’ option and if that got more votes than any of the drivers, then no one would be able to use Fanboost. But they absolutely will not countenance the idea that people don’t like the plan to begin with.
A horrible idea to begin with and they’ve now made it even worse.
It’s especially cynical of them to keep pushing this as an example of them being responsive to fans’ wishes when they have never asked fans if they want it or even given them the option of voting for ‘no driver’. The strong negative reaction I’ve seen against Fanboost says to me they’d be better off getting rid of it.
Just a reminder guys, don’t put too many video links in one post or it’ll load very slowly for some people and they won’t get to see how awesome your taste in music
I see the author of the tie-in book didn’t enjoy my review…
Every Singapore Grand Prix has been in Rate the Race, 2010 is the most popular so far. I’d have to go along with that – it’s the only one where there was much of a battle for the lead:
2010 Singapore Grand Prix – 7.194
2014 Singapore Grand Prix – 6.433
2011 Singapore Grand Prix – 6.390
2008 Singapore Grand Prix – 6.302
2012 Singapore Grand Prix – 5.998
2013 Singapore Grand Prix – 5.973
2009 Singapore Grand Prix – 5.336