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5th October 2012, 16:17 at 4:17 pm #209447
Well other than the top 6 and all the ones you mentioned… so Perez
When it’s all said and done, will Massa get a podium agaiin?28th September 2012, 22:17 at 10:17 pm #211334
Gutierrez has some backing from Carlos Slim Jr right? so would fit in the place and sauber could keep their sponsors and with that the money to keep the fight alive28th September 2012, 17:00 at 5:00 pm #211326
it should be Buemi. I really think they deserved a good chance this year but Marko Rosso sacked them. Sauber can give him (or why not Alguersuari or however his name is) a good chance to shine again, even make podiums (Sauber is fully capable to do so)28th September 2012, 16:58 at 4:58 pm #211489
He should go kneeting :P
Well seriously he should go to WILLIAMS. The car has an extraordinary potential but due to the drivers they got we had just a glimpse of it. he should take Maldonado or Senna’s seat and make some magic to finish his career in another great team. It’s the only team remaining which has won a race this year. He could make it even better. Maldonado’s money? Imagine the marketing!!!! Why don’t you just give me Sir Frank’s or Toto’s phone?27th September 2012, 21:20 at 9:20 pm #134448
Hi! I discovered this post today, but I’ve been following F1Fanatic for 2 years or maybe more, just a couple of months before “registered users”. I’m Omar, an English teacher in Lima, Peru. I love F1 since I was 8 years old. now i’m 28 and I love the idea to talk to people from around the world who understand how great it is to wake up at 7 in the morning to see “cars passing by” as my brother thinks it is.
But I brought some followers into the sport, like my wife, who loves waking up early to see the start, fall asleep again and be awaken just before the last lap. Remember in Peru the live broadcast starts at 6 and races start at 7am.
I’m fan of Vettel, Raikkonen and Keith for creating this great place to talk about F1.
YESSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!! That’s what I’m talking about!!!!24th September 2012, 16:27 at 4:27 pm #209353
Red Bull will (given the fact there are more races per season nowadays)
When it’s all said and done, will another driver lose his life in F1? (I hope not)14th September 2012, 23:15 at 11:15 pm #209346
No, on the contrary, you will probably see a third car entering by team to compensate the shortage of teams…
When it’s all said and done, Will Toro Rosso win another race again?13th September 2012, 21:20 at 9:20 pm #209341
1. Lotus (or whatever name they choose)
2. Ferrari (finally having Perez)
4. Red Bull
When it’s all said and done… Will F1 already be using closed cockpits in 10 years?13th September 2012, 21:13 at 9:13 pm #14044213th September 2012, 21:08 at 9:08 pm #209900
For ALL of you who say “it would be impossible, it would be wrong”… that’s why i finished my statement saying “let’s imagine HRT could pay big checks”
Thanks for being so bored / boring on your comments (probably the post was boring itself… well talking about Narain couldn’t be exciting right?12th September 2012, 23:23 at 11:23 pm #209328
No, they can even dissapear.
When all is said and done, will another driver or team be completely taken out of points (as Mclaren 2007?)?
(Extra question: Who or which team do you think it could be?)12th September 2012, 23:02 at 11:02 pm #210180
If your title would have been “Why do you hate Vettel?” probably a couple of thousands people would have make this topic the most commented. Of course I am a Vettel fun and I laugh about it… and yes as I ‘ve read just above, Alonos (and Vettel and Hamilton and practically every driver on the grid) are moaners in some way, because you have to be a strong headed and selfish enoug to drive one of those cars and claim you are always the best.
If you ask Alonso who’s the best driver, inside himself he is yelling “ME, ME!!!” and the same (at least) all the other champions in F1 hstory24th July 2012, 15:27 at 3:27 pm #206128
I was born in 1984, and I started watching it when I was 5 , so I barely understood the rules or things like that. But I remember a little of Senna and Prost (1989 to 1991). Take in account that races were at that time aired live at 7AM on Sundays!!! And when most kids are just sleeping, I was watching F1 action in an old black and white TV… Then Peru didn’t broadcast the races at all in public TV until 2000. And after that horrible time of 9 or 10 years without F1, I’ve seen all the seasons from 2000 to date.9th July 2012, 20:48 at 8:48 pm #205328
@raymondu999 finally another person who thinks that pass was great!!! For a moment I started to believe I had imagined that good Lewis moment with Alonso6th July 2012, 16:31 at 4:31 pm #134993
My first avatar here was Vettel’s Red Bull (but the pic was quite dark, then I edited the “true racers don’t need team orders” for “Omar doesn’t need team orders”, after 2012 launches I changed it for a “hammered Ferrari nose” but a couple of weeks ago I found this excellent painting of Senna in “car-a-day” and I love it!!!