David-A commented on the post, Vettel matches Senna’s win tally with 9 fewer starts 4 hours, 52 minutes ago
There’s Jackie Stewart and Jacky Ickx who raced together between 1967-1973.
Vettel was the best driver of the season even before Hungary. Hamilton’s mediocre performances in Spain and Austria were largely masked by his car.
Keith Collantine commented on the post, Team mate battles: Who’s ahead at the mid-point of 2015? 7 hours, 20 minutes ago
Both Max and Carlos have 4 DNF’s to their name. In fact, Max didn’t finish 5 races, but in China he completed enough of the race distance in order to be classified.
As paragraph four makes clear, the data is […]
Girts commented on the post, Team mate battles: Who’s ahead at the mid-point of 2015? 13 hours, 48 minutes ago
@davef1 Red Bull is indeed famous for promoting drivers with potential even if they are not the quickest yet. I do not think it was the case in Hungary though. Verstappen was faster than Sainz, who was holding the […]
Girts commented on the post, Team mate battles: Who’s ahead at the mid-point of 2015? 14 hours, 6 minutes ago
I hope that Renault are going to buy Lotus and get along without PDVSA’s money as Maldonado’s collisions and penalties stopped being funny a long time ago. This might be a good opportunity for Hulkenberg.
what gives you the impression that I would only consider a bit over half of the PU there (the ICE) @praxis?
Let me repeat, the complete package probably has more peak power available than most V8. But the […]
7. Massa – had a very good run of 3/4 races
8. Hulkenberg – drove very well since Le Mans
9. Bottas – evenly matched with Massa, which is worse than last year
12. Kvyat – not bad, but before Hungary he and his car had done nothing eye-catching
Since no-one has started this topic yet, I’ll do it. It has been very hard to rank the drivers this year, especially the places 4-13 in my list could be in a very different order if I made this list tomorrow.
Fernando Alonso & Jenson Button – The difference between the quality of Mclaren Honda and its drivers is so big that it seems…[Read more]
I think there are many reasons for that. Firstly, Rosberg gives Hamilton a run for his money now and then, Webber could not do that in 2011. Secondly, even when Rosberg has a bad weekend and trails Hamilton by […]
Yes, when they add everything together and use all of it these engines certainly do come closer to the better of the V10s and V12s in peak power, but that is hardly used this way during the races, instead the ERS […]
I love these new visual stats!
As for Mercedes’ dominance, I have never seen it as a problem. In my opinion, there have been only two rather boring periods in F1 over the last six years. The first one was the […]
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