Keith Collantine commented on the post, How Hamilton could win 13 races but lose the title 7 minutes ago
@skipgamer What wrong with the headline (and the URL for that matter)?
Keith Collantine commented on the post, How Hamilton could win 13 races but lose the title 8 minutes ago
Prolonging the championship battle and eliminating championship dead rubbers is a legitimate secondary purpose in my opinion.
Not if it is done at the expense of fairness, as in the case of double […]
Keith Collantine commented on the post, How Hamilton could win 13 races but lose the title 38 minutes ago
@lari Of course either of them could lose the championship in the final race due to double points. But Hamilton’s case is more compelling because of the way the points work out at the moment – it makes for a neat […]
Keith Collantine commented on the post, How Hamilton could win 13 races but lose the title 1 hour, 37 minutes ago
@casanova Because the purpose of the points system should be to determine a worthy champion by fair means and nothing else.
Skewing it in this way for entertainment reasons devalues and discredits the […]
Keith Collantine commented on the post, How Hamilton could win 13 races but lose the title 1 hour, 41 minutes ago
@lari I don’t know what you’re insinuating so I have no idea.
Keith Collantine commented on the post, How Hamilton could win 13 races but lose the title 1 hour, 46 minutes ago
@fritzoos Indeed, but the difference between them was one win, not eight, so this is on a completely different scale.
And given the ridiculously unjust events at Spa and Singapore that year I wouldn’t treat the […]
Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the German Grand Prix weekend.
Romain Grosjean, Friday
Romain Grosjean had a fright during practice on Friday when his DRS jammed open. “That was quite a special feeling” he commented.
Nico Hulkenberg, Friday
A major talking point of the weekend was the sparse crowds on all three…[Read more]
Keith Collantine commented on the post, How Hamilton could win 13 races but lose the title 2 hours, 42 minutes ago
@artanonim Have got something similar in mind, thanks for the suggestion.
Lewis Hamilton could win every race between now and the season finale at Abu Dhabi yet still lose the championship – due to the new double points rule.
With twice as many points being awarded at the final race of the year Hamilton could end the season with thirteen wins to Nico Rosberg’s five yet still be outscored by his team mate.
It would…[Read more]
Caterham have continued the shake-up of their young driver programme by adding Italian racer Kevin Giovesi.
The 20-year-old currently lies fourth in the Auto GP championship where he has won twice. Prior to that he won the Copa category of the Euro F3 Open championship (now Euroformula Open) in 2012.
Giovesi’s role will see him work with the…[Read more]
@tmax I don’t keep tabs on whether the number of comments for regular articles is going up or down. With comments the objective isn’t quantity, it’s quality. However other indicative metrics I do track – page […]
In the round-up: Sebastian Vettel’s complaints about F1 engine noise are linked to the poor turn-out for last weekend’s German Grand Prix.
Due to the technical problems some users […]
@andae23 That’s more like it! Going to have a good crop this week. Surely some caught sight of Kvyat.
By the way I’ve found if you repeat the searches too frequently in a short space of time it can trip Google’s anti-bot warning which prompts you to do one of those ‘type in the letters’ tests. Shouldn’t be a big deal though.
Keith Collantine commented on the post, Vote for your 2014 German GP Driver of the Weekend 22 hours, 29 minutes ago
Because he had the second fastest car
Definitely not – both Red Bulls were out-qualified by both Williams drivers, and with no disrespect to Bottas or Massa, neither Vettel nor Ricciardo give much […]
Keith Collantine commented on the post, Vote for your 2014 German GP Driver of the Weekend 22 hours, 30 minutes ago
@mrtn I thought this deserved a quick check. Actually he hasn’t – over the past three weekends at […]
Which F1 driver was the best performer during the German Grand Prix weekend?
Review how each driver got on below and vote for who impressed you the most during the last race weekend.
German Grand Prix driver-by-driver
Sebastian Vettel – Third after the first-lap collision, he finished the race in fourth but was always going to…[Read more]
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