Advert | Go ad-free
F1 Fanatic - Mustalainen
Thought about this ridiculous but possible scenario: Vettel qualifies on pole, wet race, Vettel crashes out, Alonso in the lead, race red-flagged half way through because of rain, race abandoned. Vettel 273 points – Alonso 272,5. Vettel WDC 2012.
Button’s engine blows in Australia 2006, on the last lap, in the last corner.
Best Driver: Räikkönen
Worst Driver: Ricciardo
Best Team: Lotus
Worst Team: McLaren
Best Overtake: hmm.. have to re-watch
Best Funny- moment: Rosberg: “Hamilton overtook me outside the track”
Most Surprising Result: Räikkönen 2nd
Least Surprising Result: Vettel 1st
Special Mention to: Massa
Race Rating: 9/10
BBC vs Sky: I guess BBC as usual, haven’t seen it yet
Best BBC/Sky commentator/presenter: Brundle
Worst BBC/Sky commentator/ presenter: Georgie and Hill
Best Commentary moment: Crofty mixing up the two drivers for a certain team all the time :D
World feed rating: 8/10
I’ve done what I did last year and created this chart of the votes so far: http://mechiwiki.com/uploads/F1F_Top_10_Drivers_2011.png
I’d love if you could make it bigger or at least bigger fonts because it is a bit hard to read, at least for me, as it is now. Very nice chart though! @vettels
Okay, as nobody have guessed right as of yet I’ll give one more hint. The sequence as of now after the end of the season is: 88, 142, 176, 217. Now, what do these numbers have in common?
1. Michael Schumacher
2. Fernando Alonso
3. Kimi Räikkönen
4. Sebastian Vettel
5. Lewis Hamilton
6. Mika Häkkinen
7. Jenson Button
8. Felipe Massa
9. Mark Webber
10. Rubens Barrichello
@keithcollantine , that wasn’t really what I had in mind. I can give you a hint, after this Sunday it’s very unlikely 176 becomes 177
Okay here it is:
88, 141, 176, …
, Anthony Davidson – Everyone had their first race at Minardi?
EJ saying it’s “Electric”. And Alonso, “we had a very good a star”.