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17th March 2014, 23:46 at 11:46 pm #253007
Best Driver: Kevin Magnussen; great result that few saw coming
Worst Driver: Pastor Maldonado
Best Team: Mercedes
Worst Team: Lotus
Best Overtake: that one
Funniest Moment: Grosjean getting the first drive-through of the season before the race has even started
Most Surprising Result: Max Chilton finally outqualifying Jules Biancchi on pace
Least Surprising Result: Mercedes victory
Special Mention to: Vettel for being a teamplayer and assisting Ricciardo from the pitwall, Ricciardo, Kvyatt, Bottas
Race Rating: 7/10
Best presenter: welcome back Olav Mol!!!
World feed rating: 8/10
Best driver with V5 1,6L turbo engine: Lewis Hamilton
Best driver with V4 1,6L turbo engine: Sebastian Vettel17th March 2014, 15:37 at 3:37 pm #250782
The funny thing is that since his retirement, the shitstorm all the Vettel/Red Bull haters were hoping for to fuel their personal agenda, has been absent. He’s been rather complimentary about Vettel, putting him on par with Alonso.15th March 2014, 13:44 at 1:44 pm #252565
I have tried to make it into serious racing, but first driving a kart at age 16 it was always going to be a long shot. I participated in the Dutch indoorkart championship, where I finished 7th overall, but I was always faster outdoor. Unfortunately I couldn’t find any sponsorship money. In all honesty, I don’t think I’d have been good enough for F1, but I feel I could have done reasonably well in the lower classes.
As in “hey, at least I did this”, I beat Rintje Ritsma (world champonship speed skater and later Renault cup racer) in a kart race, and at the launch event of F1 2010, I set a time only 0.17 seconds slower than ex-F1 driver Robert Doornbos :D .14th March 2014, 19:34 at 7:34 pm #252325
I agreed with the premise that the security guard shouldn’t be talked down because he was doing his job.. until I saw the video. When you’re being followed by 3 camera teams, it speaks for itself that you’re legit.4th March 2014, 21:06 at 9:06 pm #250821
Good idea! I’ll do those next.8th February 2014, 16:21 at 4:21 pm #248499
Do you think anyone will give him private sponsorship?
Let’s be honest here, the only thing that got him into GP2 was his money.23rd January 2014, 21:16 at 9:16 pm #248189
Dutch power!10th January 2014, 9:36 at 9:36 am #24736421st December 2013, 22:05 at 10:05 pm #246846
Jos Verstappen was part of the 1999 Honda F1 project and he did well recently in Le Mans.19th December 2013, 0:56 at 12:56 am #247620
I’m from the Netherlands, but I’m not paying for Sport1. I watch everything on BBC HD via cable tv (when BBC has a live race), or grab a webstream of Sky Sports F1.
I have a 42″ full hd led tv on one side of the living room, and the couch on the other; approximately 5 meters distance between them, both against the wall. The window is to the side (so say, tv is north, couch is south, than the window is west, and east goes into the kitchen). We have flat carpet on the floor, and any furniture (with the exception of a small table) is set against the wall: nothing in the middle.18th December 2013, 1:53 at 1:53 am #247239
Maybe Vettel will pick the birthday of his first child, so we could still be waiting on that.13th December 2013, 13:03 at 1:03 pm #247164
Vettel should get either 8 or 92, just to make his mission statement clear.12th December 2013, 17:35 at 5:35 pm #247119
That’s why we read Keith’s articles :)12th December 2013, 14:36 at 2:36 pm #247115
Yeah, I was especially surprised by Daniel missing from the list. Though with Webber and Massa, I think it’s fair to have them in the top 10 considering who their team-mate was. It’s not like they were beaten silly by di Resta or something.11th December 2013, 2:32 at 2:32 am #246943
Kate’s Dirty Little Sister
can’t wait to see what he comes up with!