You can find all the F1 Fanatic articles on the 2009 season here:
1) You use shoe-warmers, which you take off about 5 seconds before you put your shoes on.
2) You open your mouth while running, thinking that it would be a form of air box.
3) You try to create a street circuit around your neighborhood
4) You’re presented with the last name “Baumgartner”, you think of Zsolt, instead of Felix.
5) You believe that…[Read more]
Marina-side race, using the wide dual carriageway nearby for the pits and the fast bits, with a sweeping first right hander and a turn 4 hairpin. Also contains a tight chicane that’s situated right next to an actual bus stop and a kinky last corner
A random list of races that I always think of with drivers on the grid:
Perez: Canada 2012
Hulkenberg: Korea 2013/Brazil 2012
Maldonado: Spain 2012
Hamilton: Germany 2011/Britain 2008
Raikkonen: Japan 2005
Vettel: Singapore 2013
Alonso: Malaysia 2012
Rosberg: Monaco 2013
Button: Canada 2011
Webber (I know he’s gone): Australia 2002 or Monaco 2012
There is a generic prediction league here fairly simple but thought I’d put it up anyway
This is my 2nd and last standings prediction. The 1st time was just after Jerez.
Well he did move to the F1 ladder, so it makes sense to step up to GP2. I don’t see the competition for Indycar seats dying down next year either, with the likes of Matthew Brabham potentially graduating from Indy Lights.
I don’t really have a dream holiday location, but I’d like to go to Canary Islands, so my circuit will be there
It’s a street circuit in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, with a mix of long and fast straights and slow corners.
Good news for Conor, he’s been looking for anything he can hang on to, and would be a good addition to GP2 IMO. He needs to stick around until the Haas operation gets going.. his ties to Force India may be usurped by Regalia and Juncadella. If not.. then even getting a seat in Indycars also looks tough at the current time.
To elaborate on my gut feeling in today’s article:
General gut feelings:
- Ferrari to have a poor start, kick into gear when the season hits Europe, with Kimi and Alonso fighting for wins, Hamilton and Rosberg as well. Hamilton…[Read more]
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