yeah, I have a couple but most are his podium celebrations from these races. If you need them, write me you e-mail.
1. Alonso wins the championship in a two-way title fight with Schumi, with Mercedes winning the Constructor’s title.
2. Kimi wins at Spa and gets another 2-3 podiums (Monaco, Singapore)
3. Hamilton wins in Turkey and Nurburgring
4. A Sauber driver gets on the podium
5. Perez gets Massa’s seat at Ferrari
6. Caterham scores first points
@keith-collantine Wonder where Ogier will end up? – It’s expected for him to be confirmed at Ford. I’m not so sure whether Citroen dropped Ogier or it was the other way around. I think he got fed up with his No 2 status and decided to leave. He was initially contracted until 2013 so I don’t think their parting was all smooth. Anyways next season ought to be very interesting with Mikkon and Loeb at Citroen and Ogier and Latvala at Ford, and also Mini that looked pretty strong for their debut season.
“they find someone who is consistent, they will stick with that driver” – D’Ambrosio has been very consistent, he finished most races (on places that correspond to the car performance) when he could just crash (like Grosjean did at Renault). He resembles Alguersuari – his first season was very quiet but once he got his grips on the car he started to show his teeth.
I hope these rumours aren’t true. It would be a shame for Virgin to drop D’Ambrosio. He performed decently (retired only twice due to mechanical problems) given the car performance and that his main objective in his rookie year was to finish the races and learn as much as possible about F1, plus he’s above his team-mate in the standings. He fully deserves another season in F1. I don’t see Pic perfoming better than D’Ambrosio, he’s gonna bring a lot of cash and will eventualy be replaced by a richer driver for 2013.
Maybe it’s better for Lewis if they split. The superstar-superstar combination isn’t always the most productive one. I think Hamilton would do better with an Adriana Stoner-type of girl – simple and always there with him for support so when he’s racing in Europe he doesn’t have to think with whom his girlfriend is partying in New York.
Calum – your guess is correct.
Mine is the flag of Friesland, the region in the Netherlands where I was born.
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