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  • Hard to call. Button got many good cars so the chances of him doing a Canada 2011 (or even Hungary 2006) was greater than Rosberg’s.

    But when Rosberg did get a dominant car (which he did 3 times), even the BGP001 pales in comparison (over a season, anyway). That plus the 1 or 2 seasons of rather OK cars in the last years of the V8 era.

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  • Hi Robert, I saw through online sources that Singapore won’t renew after the 2017 race.

    As for China, I saw that the contract will go up to the 2017 race – so on that one I don’t know if 2018 and beyond will be given a green light

    Also, I forgot about the French GP possibly making a return in 2018 as well

  • Its hard to call here. Anyone whos read my posts on this site before will know im a massive button fan, but taking out of account who i support they are both top drawer drivers, and are immediately comparable against lewis. Both held up well against hamilton, but were usually very slightly behind him but both capable of beating him. Overall id go…[Read more]

  • I think France is supposed to be returning to the F1 calendar in 2018, possibly replacing Germany, there will be a news conference about this on Monday in Paris. I know that Malaysia will not continue past 2018 but I haven’t heard of China and Singapore not renewing their races, I would like to know where you heard about these.

  • I think France is supposed to be returning to F1 calendar in 2018, possibly replacing Germany, there will be a news conference about this on Monday in Paris. I know that Malaysia will not continue past 2018 but I haven’t heard of China and Singapore not renewing their races, I would like to know where you heard about these.

  • Everything being equal, I would say Rosberg is definitely the stronger driver over a single lap but over a race distance it could be quite close between them.

  • Hi everyone. I know the 2017 season won’t start till 26 March in Australia.

    Anyway, I was wondering what the provisional 2018 calendar could look like, and I heard Singapore won’t renew beyond 2017. Also, I heard that 2017 may likely be the last year of the Chinese Grand Prix.

    So I’ve created one that has the Chinese Grand Prix and one without…[Read more]

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  • Diceman replied to the topic Button vs. Rosberg in the forum Group logo of F1Formula One 1 day, 3 hours ago

    Jenson won his championship in a dominant car with 37-year old Barrichello as a team-mate. Nico won his in a dominant car with Lewis Hamilton as a team-mate. So yeah, I do rate Rosberg higher.

  • PorscheF1 replied to the topic Button vs. Rosberg in the forum Group logo of F1Formula One 1 day, 23 hours ago

    Just a stat check

    Button/Rosberg

    Titles 1 – 1
    Wins 15 – 23
    Entries 308 – 206
    Podiums 50 – 57
    Poles 8 – 30
    Flap 8 – 20
    Teams 7 – 2

  • PorscheF1 replied to the topic Button vs. Rosberg in the forum Group logo of F1Formula One 1 day, 23 hours ago

    To some extent I agree what you wrote above although I think Rosberg was a far better driver than Jenson. Had Red Bull been a tad more decent in 2009 Vettel would’ve won the title and Jenson would have never gotten a shot at the McLaren car either, very likely his career would’ve died from that point onwards.

  • Diceman replied to the topic Rank the F1 drivers of 2016 in the forum Group logo of F1Formula One 2 days ago

    It isn’t indeed an easy job to do the rankings this year since no-one was perfect nor completely hopeless but I’ll try anyway. I’ll leave Vandoorne out since he only drove one race.

    23. Rio Haryanto – Wasn’t as bad as I expected, but still rather uninspiring driver, and I doubt anyone missed him after Ocon arrived.

    22. Daniil Kvyat – A season to…[Read more]

  • Depending on who gets the vacant seat at Mercedes he has a chance at the title but unless it’s either Alonso or Vettel they won’t beat Hamilton. Will be nice to see another new GP winner though.

  • Giggsy11 replied to the topic Button vs. Rosberg in the forum Group logo of F1Formula One 2 days, 3 hours ago

    I’m not sure if its because I’m British but I think Button just edges this. Button was hands down the best driver in mixed conditions/ slicks on a damp track but Rosberg wasn’t a standout driver in any particular category, he was just very very consistent. Both deserving champions and I’m delighted for both of them to bow out when they wanted to.

  • 1. Daniel Ricciardo – He gets my vote because whenever you looked at who was the nearest challenger to the two Mercedes drivers, invariably it was Danny Ric. He put in some blinding performances, Monaco and his dogged defence of the lead in Malaysia being the highlights. That said, he could have had a stronger run in.

    2. Lewis Hamilton – If a dri…[Read more]

  • Whatever. Only two thoughts come to mind.

    Good riddance, I wasn’t looking forward to him increasing his tally of penalty points in 2017.
    Lewis and Max as teammates?

  • His statement:

    “Since 25 years in racing, it has been my dream, my ‘one thing’ to become Formula One World Champion. Through the hard work, the pain, the sacrifices, this has been my target.And now I’ve made it. I have climbed my mountain, I am on the peak, so this feels right. My strongest emotion right now is deep gratitude to everybo…

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