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31st October 2011, 0:23 at 12:23 am #183810
- The title walkover. No-one seems able to string together enough great weekends to beat Vettel and Red Bull. Hopefully someone will take the fight to them next year.
– Hamilton for making stupid mistakes.
– Massa, Heidfeild, Petrov, Senna, Barrichello, Trulli, Webber, and Kathikeyan for being a bit rubbish.
– Sauber for slipping back
– Mercedes, Virgin and HRT for going nowhere
– Williams for being crap.
An honourable mention to DRS. It was hailed as technology solving the problems technnology caused, but the fact remains that there is a problem. People want to see racing, which isn’t necessarily overtaking. I think it’s like taking the goalkeeper away in a football match – there will be loads of goals, but will the match be better? Really?
Oh, and they TV deal, but I’ve accepted that now and I’ll stump up for Sky. It’s left a bitter taste for British fans this season, though.17th October 2011, 23:44 at 11:44 pm #182797
How many different drivers will be on pole position? 6
who will they be? Vettel, Webber, Hamilton, Button, Alonso, Rosberg
How many drivers will win a race? 7
who will they be? Vetttel, Webber, Hamilton, Button, Alonso, Rosberg, Schumacher
Who’ll get first pole of the year? Vettel
First win of the year? Button
Last pole of the year? Vettel
Last win of the year? Alonso
Who will have the best car at the start of the year? Red Bull
Best car at the end of the year? McLaren
Which drivers will win their first grand prix? Rosberg
Which will be the most entertaining race of the season? Canada, Monaco
The most boring race of the season? Bahrain, Abu Dhabi, Spain
Which team will be the biggest surprise of 2012? Lotus/Caterham
What team will be the biggest dissapointment? Renault
What will be the biggest story/contreversy of 2012? Massa swaps places with Perez, is told to move over for Kobayashi at Hockenheim.
Who will retire at the end of 2012? Schumacher, Barrichello(if he races next year), Webber, Trulli, Massa?
Which drivers will move to a big team at the end of 2012? Perez (to Ferrari)
What will be some huge achievements (by anyone)? Lotus get a bag of points, Sauber get their first win, Mercedes challenge for the title, HRT survive
Drivers champion? Alonso/Button
Constructors champions? McLaren
Watch these get proved wrong…17th October 2011, 23:24 at 11:24 pm #183187
@Magnificent Geoffrey I’ve seen Karthikeyan being interviewed a couple of times before and he seemed friendly enough. I suspect being 24th has something to do with the lack of attention, although that is stating the obvious.
I can see Alonso being pretty short with he media at times, although I can’t remember what he was like in his 05-06 championship years. Trulli maybe? He’s such a contrast to the very personable Kovalainen. I don’t know, I’m speculating now.12th August 2011, 12:02 at 12:02 pm #175514
Best Driver: Vettel (overall, no-one’s had a perfect season)
Worst Driver: Karthikeyan
Lewis Hamilton Award for Best Rookie: Perez
Yuji Ide Award for Worst Rookie: Maldonado
Best Team: Sauber (seriously, did anyone expect this?)
Worst Team: Williams (the fall from grace continues)
Best Overtake so far: Hamilton on Alonso, Germany
Best Funny-moment so far: Button in the Red Bull pits and the marshall falling in Canada
Takuma Sato Award for Erratic Driving: Hamilton
Most Surprising Result: Kobayashi 5th in Monaco
Least Surprising Result: All of Vettel’s wins
Best Grand Prix so far: Canada
Worst Grand Prix so far: Valencia
Season Rating: 7/102nd July 2011, 9:43 at 9:43 am #172827