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10th August 2016, 6:19 at 6:19 am #326542
Hard for me to remember every single one on every single race, but to me, Ricciardo is the one who shows to be the best at the moment to get as much as he can from the car. But Verstappen has started to make him work for his salary harder. And that’s good for us fans.
2. Then Hamilton for not giving up, despite the demolition Rosberg gave him at the beginning of the year, especially at the starts.
3. Max. Needless to say why.
4.Sainz for showing he could be in a top team as well, and making Kvyat look so unskilled in contrast.
5.Alonso for showing he deserves a Honda which fights for wins.
6.My hero Vettel comes next, part unlucky, part nervous and bad-tempered sometime, as that last lap chasing Hamilton and losing control, spinning. I really hope he can bounce back. But how to forget his starts in Australia and Canada. Please Ferrari, give him the tool he needs and deserves, and stop spoiling his races.
7. Button has shown he is still a safe pair of hands, but needs to be a match to Alonso.29th March 2016, 23:02 at 11:02 pm #316188
@azulio so every 2 laps times are wiped out? Tyres won’t get any faster, just slower. Even if it worked as a hectic method to keep qualifying alive, it would result contradictory to have a pole sitter with slower times than somebody who was dropped in 12th place, so to speak. How are the laps measured, respect to whom I mean? What if the guy who was running 1st decides to go at SC speeds on the second lap, to save tyres. What would be the referencial lap then? We might end up watching a fast “quali” lap, then cars going very slow because the second lap doesn’t count, right? they could try to improve the lap time on the second lap, but the clocks would get all our attention.
You say pits are banned, but what about a car crashing, so quali continues? Are cars supposed to stay out?
I don’t know, so many more questions already.
And don’t get me started about sponsors wanting their 5 min break for TV ads.27th January 2016, 16:11 at 4:11 pm #311845
@ambroserpm Maybe more than CGI, they use the advantage of having still cameras, so they just let Seb go, then release the container a minute later and with a couple of computer’s tweaks they put it together.27th January 2016, 4:36 at 4:36 am #31183412th January 2016, 23:48 at 11:48 pm #311380
Well, this site is good, but if I could add a couple of things, they would be:
COTD based on a “thumbs up” system, which only users could click.
Return to the old version of graphics, where you could usually select some drivers.
Return the “report comment” button.
And what about DOTW giving us the chance to rank 3 drivers? It would stop the “pity vote” some users usually mention5th November 2015, 8:29 at 8:29 am #308546
Paul di Resta and Adrian Sutil… nah they were just mediocre.
As a nightmare lineup, I would pick Narain and Maldo.30th September 2015, 14:07 at 2:07 pm #30641125th September 2015, 2:23 at 2:23 am #305931
Vettel: When his car got on fire in Korea 2010. Honestly, that day I thought his WDC challenge was over.
Hamilton: When he got stuck in China 2007 on that tiny piece of gravel. He would have been champion easily without that thing.28th August 2015, 16:08 at 4:08 pm #303905
@girts But I never said they are less worthy. You have to admit some of them have occurred just for plain luck, though. I know it’s hard sometimes to climb to second, but sometimes a crash takes the two leaders out, as hulk and hamilton in Brazil 2012 or the two red bulls in Turkey 2010.9th August 2015, 0:42 at 12:42 am #303004
8th August 2015, 23:33 at 11:33 pm #303002
They WOULDN’T risk quali, that’s what I wanted to say, but went autocorrected or something like that…8th August 2015, 23:24 at 11:24 pm #303001
@dragoll, @pt, @anto What about this (I know I may be bashed for this, as I have seen a really fierce but good defense of not giving points for overtaking):
As I said once, I would give ONE point to the driver who bettered the most positions during the race. (If you started 23rd and ended up 4th, for example) Giving just one point to only one driver would ensure somehow:
1. That nobody risks qualifying position to assure just a point. I mean, Hamilton or Vettel (to say so) would risk qualifying badly on purpose to have just a point. But we could see interesting strategies by the backmarkers.
2. That it would be useless to overtake back and forth, because only the difference between finishing and starting position would count.
Have your say, I’m waiting for your opinions.14th July 2015, 2:07 at 2:07 am #301908
I always liked the yellow-and-black Jordans and the yellow-and-black Renaults. I hope it’s true Haas will use those colors next year!2nd June 2015, 18:43 at 6:43 pm #299337
@dragoll nice comment man, and to be honest, I got surprised by what you told me about Australia. Having 2 successful names in F1 and having Brabham as a past reference should be, in my opinion, enough to bring more people into the sport, at least into the circle of people already interested in other forms of car racing.
And yes, F1F is like our “bunker” where people feel comfortable to discuss about our sport.1st June 2015, 2:58 at 2:58 am #299231
To improve the sport, some simple approach must be mantained. I think having the points restored to 2013 standards is good enough.
If we have these points for overtaking, it would need a points reorganization as IRL or Indy, but that is so hard to follow.
I would agree with you if there would be JUST ONE POINT for the driver who improved his position the most places during a race. It would not diminish the effort done by top drivers (as, let’s say, Hamilton, wouldn’t choose to start last and try to win the race to get 26 points, when you know it’s too risky and he may end up with nothing) but for a Manor, it could be a good chance for them to try a risky strategy to finish, let’s say, 15th, but having recovered 5 or 6 places, it would recognize their effort.