Here are the standings from the posts so far (using F1 points system):
1. Vettel 243
2. Hamilton 178
3. Verstappen 139
4. Perez 101
5. Ricciardo 82
6. Rosberg 67
7. Grosjean 54
8. Kvyat 48
9. Bottas 39
10. Sainz Jr 23
11. Hülkenberg 17
12. Massa 10
13. Alonso 8
14. Button 1
Can’t understand how HUL is that far behind PER – gotta take into account the whole season!
I think I disagree with that last one…
I love having all the information, the options are still so variable. Love the F1App during the race, much better than 10 years ago depending on who is reporting the race.
What are the best spots at the Kimmel straight (besides the very end) and what time should I be there to find a good spot, on racing day?
Sky Deutschland Sports costs 24,90 a month, with an extra 10 for hd. so that is less than 300 euros a year, which includes a ton of other things (for example hbo), and 420 euros with hd.
This driver used to be my student (I’m a high school teacher):
Will there be a Mini-League from F1F at Hilton HHonors Fantasy Racing again?
I know and you are right. But I still believe as a good Brazilian he should be okay in mixed courses.
He was a fantastic kart driver so I don’t see why he should do worse in road courses. Let’s see.
@wsrgo he used to be my student (I’m a high school teacher) and I’m really looking forward to seeing him at Spa this year. He has had some success in junior series in the US, but not enough to show for in Indy Lights to get into the CART series. Good thing, since I hope he makes it in Europe, where he really wanted to compete. With a team like Trident, any success will really stand out.
Hoping he has a great season!
I guess that was the look she was going for.
She is a year younger AND their baby is due this year.
I don’t think Felipe Massa deserves to still be mentioned as a Top 10 driver in F1 right now. Mark Webber did enough to deserve it, IMO.
Surprised by how low Hülkenberg was viewed, and how high Webber was seen, which really makes Vettel even better.
No rookies in the Top 10, and also no Dan Ricciardo.
Just one thing. The 2012 championship had its problems with rules, but it was a great championship nonetheless, with the different winners and different teams winning.
And maybe another. F1 has never really been about flat out racing from start to finish, it has always been about strategy, too. If it were driving out flat each lap of the race, something would be missing.
But on the rest, I’m in.
@jamiefranklinf1, she has been with him since high school, and she is a year younger than him.
Bernie has had some good ideas and some really bad ones, but F1 would not be close to what it is today, in terms of importance, without him and his bold decisions.
His time might have passed, but you gotta respect him…