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17th September 2013, 21:50 at 9:50 pm #229864
so far then this is what the grid looks like/ could look like
Red Bull: (confirmed)
Lotus: Both seats unconfirmed, potential drivers are
Mclaren (unconfirmed but likley)
Massa (unlikely but says he spoke to them)
Force India: (Unconfirmed)
Felix Da Costa?
Van der Garde
Van der Garde
Rossi?9th July 2013, 13:39 at 1:39 pm #229642
id have to say:
felix da costa/ Carlos sainz/ Daniel kyvat
gutierrez (for the money)
pic (think he is contracted but personally id change him) / rossi/valsechi
Chilton/senna/petrov14th February 2013, 18:57 at 6:57 pm #225080
thanks everyone21st December 2012, 14:38 at 2:38 pm #189717
new jersey?1st August 2011, 19:45 at 7:45 pm #175592
BBC clearly dont care anymore or take complaints seriously, i sent 2 complains to BBC from seperate email accounts and had the exact response as you @Sato_1903. both word for word identicle! very poor.
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BBC Audience Services1st August 2011, 17:03 at 5:03 pm #175590
sign this and hopefully stop it happening!1st August 2011, 17:01 at 5:01 pm #175626
sign this and hopefully stop it happening!
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over 23,000 people in 3 days!26th April 2011, 18:32 at 6:32 pm #165006
Calum, i think that is a brilliant solution, the bridge would give it a uniquw characteristic, although i would also tighten the 1st corner as well to increase overtaking.1st December 2010, 17:38 at 5:38 pm #155198
Which small team would you like to start with?
id start with hispania, the modern day minardi, then score the teams first ever points, and stay for 2 seasons
Which midfield team would you move to?
then i would move to williams, help turn them back into a title challanging team and in my fisrt season challenge for the title, finishing second resulting in strong rumors of a move to mclaren for ferrari, but stay with williams for a second year and win the title
Would you drive for Ferrari or Mclaren?
ferrari then later to mclaren
and you only won one race where would you like it to be?
and you were remembered for an epic duel to the flag who would you want to be battling with?
A 3 driver batle with Lewis Hamilton and Felipe Massa
what controversy would you most likely cause?
Move from williams to ferrari, spend 3 years with ferrari winning 2 titles then jump ship to mclaren and spend the rest of my career there winning a furthur 4 titles
who would you want for a team mate?
Nico Hulkenberg, Rubens Barichello or Robert Kubica
who would you not want for a team mate?
would you urge your team to make your team mate move over if you were quicker?
what would be your word(s) i.e Massa’s “for sure” Heikki’s “hardcore”?
ya know like…
which driver would you have a long term rivalry with?
Robert Kubica, Sebastian Vettel
which driver would you go for a drink with?
what would you be like? James Hunt style, cracking jokes like G Hill or moody like Alonso etc?
Id be cockey and confident
and which celeb would you be famous for dating?
Emma Watson29th October 2010, 18:36 at 6:36 pm #149303
sorry, i forgot toro rosso they should be:
ricciardo29th October 2010, 18:22 at 6:22 pm #149294
surely this can put teams to either an advantage or disadvantage. how would a set temperature be decided. if you look at last year, brawn would have wanted it to be very hot as they could look after their tyres but red bull would have wanted it cool as they could be the only ones to get the heat into their tyres. it would be completely unfair25th October 2010, 20:54 at 8:54 pm #149028
petrov just isnt good enough. Hulkenberg deserves another season possibly at williams or renault? but petrov has to go. Hulk has been closer to rubens than petrov has to kubica all year.25th October 2010, 20:50 at 8:50 pm #147747
2006 – Schumacher (his last year so i wanted him to go out on top)
2007 – Hamilton
2008 – Hamilton
2009 – Brawn GP (Mainly button but brawn cos they were a new team and it was like a fairy tale)
2010 – Mclaren (2 english drivers in and english team, cant beat it, but then anyone except red bull)
2011 – Hamilton/Button16th August 2010, 11:40 at 11:40 am #143279
out of all the new drivers this year, (hulkenburg, petrov, di grassi, chandhok, kobayshi) senna has to be 3rd best for me behind kobayshi and hulk. i think in a car such as a renault, he would be closer to kubica than petrov.12th August 2010, 15:11 at 3:11 pm #143347
i do like the current f1 qualifying, however to improve it, you could say that from the start of qualifying cars must fuel up for the entire session, so you could have cars with little fuel going fast straight away if they dont expect to get out of q1 and heavier cars struggling through. this could give mixed up grids and also provide more competitive racing with overtaking as the slower cars could be ahead of faster cars thanks to the fuels loads.
e.g. say virgin fuel for 5 laps and then cant add more fuel again, they would have a lighter car and could get out of q1 but red bull know they could get to pole so would need more fuel so about 15 laps to set a time in every session, so cars could get surprised and knocked out early resulting in mixed up grids.