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20th December 2014, 9:20 at 9:20 am #289211
2015 Grid: Drivers machinery and success
DRIVER NAME (Competing in 2015 season)
TEAMS: Teams driver has won with in Bold
ENGINES: Engine Manufacturer Driver has won with in Bold
Data Includes Test sessions during Grand Prix weekends. (Does not include other tests, feel free to dig that information up and add it in !)
Data as of 2014, (not including the soon to be 2015 season, eg: Vettel = Ferrari)
Feel Free to improve this list or whatever. May be someone can do more drivers! Past World Champions would be interesting to compare.
Teams: McLaren | Mercedes
Engines: Mercedes V8 | Mercedes V6
Teams: Williams | Mercedes
Engines: Cosworth V8 | Toyota V8 | Mercedes V8 | Mercedes V6
Teams: Torro Rosso | HRT | RedBull
Engines: Ferrari V8 | Cosworth V8 | Renault V6
Teams: Torro Rosso
Engines: Renault V6
Teams: Sauber | Ferrari | Williams
Engines: Ferrari V10 | Ferrari V8 | Mercedes V6
Engines: Renault V8 | Mercedes V6
Teams: Sauber | Torro Rosso | RedBull
Engines: BMW V8 | Ferrari V8 | Renault V8 | Renault V6
Teams: Sauber | McLaren | Ferrari | Lotus
Engines: Ferrari V10 | Mercedes V10 | Mercedes V8 | Ferrari V8 | Renault V8 | Ferrari V6
Teams: Minardi | Renault | McLaren | Ferrari
Engines: Cosworth V10 | Renault V10 | Renault V8 | Mercedes V8 | Ferrari V8 | Ferrari V6
Teams: Williams | Benetton | Renault | BAR | Honda | BrawnGP | McLaren
Engines: BMW V10 | Renault V10 | Honda V10 | Honda V8 | Mercedes V8 | Mercedes V6
Teams: Sauber | McLaren | Force India
Engines: Ferrari V8 | Mercedes V8 | Mercedes V6
Teams: Williams | Force India | Sauber
Engines: Cosworth V8 | Mercedes V8 | Ferrari V8 | Mercedes V6
Teams: Renault | Lotus
Engines: Renault V8 | Renault V6
Teams: Williams | Lotus
Engines: Cosworth V8 | Renault V8 | Renault V6
Engines: Renault V6
• Only 4 Drivers left in the 2015 F1 Season that would have experienced V10 engines during a GP Weekend
• Button is the only driver in the field to have Honda engine experience
• Lewis Hamilton is the only driver to win with anything he’s given.
• Alonso, Button, Vettel, Grosjean, Maldonado, Ericsson, Nasr, will be the only drivers to experience a different V6Turbo Power Unit.
• I was expecting that last fact to be more interesting.4th October 2014, 11:32 at 11:32 am #276867
How ” I ” Would like to see the grid, is I’m sure very different to how it will actually unfold.
Red Bull | Ricciardo | Verne
Williams | Bottas | Alonso
Ferrari | Vettel | Bianchi
Lotus | Grosjean | Ocon
Red Bull approached Daniil Kyvatt and told him that they were going to pretend to “promote” him just to silence the media whilst they continued to negotiate contracts. They eventually decided to go with Verne. Alonso makes a surprise announcement he will be replacing Felipe Massa “Felipe, Alonso would like your car, do you understand?”. Kimi decides to quit because he’s having a rubbish time, and so Bianchi gets an immediate promotion alongside Vettel at Ferrari. Grosjean decides to stay with Lotus hoping the 2015 Merc-Lotus funded by Maldonado will be quick, and unfortunately during the Christmas break Maldonado is involved in a car accident, flipping his car 8 times whilst reversing out of his drive way. He manages to injure both his wrists, preventing him from driving in 2015. The accident promotes Esteban Ocon (The kid currently beating “the next Senna” Max Verstappen in F3 at the moment) to the team.20th May 2013, 8:06 at 8:06 am #236852
Mark Webber is still yet to finish higher than 3rd in the WDC, despite having “equal” equipment to the tripple world champ.30th September 2012, 11:54 at 11:54 am #207244
Sir David Attenborough.26th December 2011, 4:48 at 4:48 am #156930
I received Fernando Alonso’s 2006 Renault Front Wheels from the Monaco Grand Prix!
Very happy chappy, just thinking of what I should do with them, light sculpture? Coffee table sculpture maybe?21st September 2011, 3:00 at 3:00 am #178571
Another Feature that bugged me, was the obvious “Question” choices from the press
If you selected the middle option your opinion was neutral, the left option made other teams like you and your own team hate you, and the right option made your team like you and other teams less interested.
Is this still the case?21st September 2011, 2:32 at 2:32 am #178569
Is the Time Telemetry Data easier to use?
In the previous game I found that when I returned to the pits during Practice and Qualifying, viewing the lap times was very frustrating. I could not see my fastest sector times, just the last lap I did, neither could I see who and what was the fastest sector times for the other drivers.
Then again, maybe I’m just offering my ignorance, and it is as simple as clicking left on the d-pad or something.
Any one agree/disagree with me on this one?24th February 2011, 9:32 at 9:32 am #161986
I have a quick question for everyone. During the Melbourne GP week, where would I be able to find Sebastian Vettel? My aim is to seek him out so that he can autograph my Sun Visor from my Renaultsport Clio200. Last year I found Fernando Alonso at the rent a bike shop just outside Albert Park on a Wednesday so this year I was thinking about aimlessly roaming the streets after work each day.
Suggestions?20th February 2011, 4:14 at 4:14 am #158978
Codemasters WANT to do all of this stuff, but can’t because of Formula 1 and there ridiculous contracts.
All I want from the 2011 game is for Codemasters to find a way around the contract to allow them to DO all this.
I think I read or listened to something somewhere about updates for the game takes about a 6 weeks or more to get the all clear, because it has to go through lawyers and testers and management and directors and emails and arghhhh…. That is why they haven’t bothered with making a visual update on the cars, so they all have Fducts and new wings and bits and bobs.
Annoying to say the least.
I wouldn’t mind a 2d top down view mini game while the race loads, to drive your car round a track.
A manager mode would be lovely.
Eddy Jordan as your manager instead of that stupid girl, who is so emotionless.
Love the GP3 to GP2 suggestion.
Helmet design ***Professor-Drool
Visual upgrades throughout the season.
Improved everything else, especially the ‘live the life’ aspect.13th February 2011, 19:44 at 7:44 pm #148042
It’s like that game that kids play, you put your hand on someones knee and slowly work your way up to their package and the first one to scream “uncomfortable” looses. – Except when Mark and Christian play, nobody looses.13th February 2011, 9:59 at 9:59 am #139583
Yup, Gee Mac, you guessed it! your turn!
@Todfod, I have this slotcar and your also right about the tyres,13th February 2011, 6:23 at 6:23 am #139580
What is wrong with this slot car by Scalextric?13th February 2011, 4:56 at 4:56 am #139578
59 kind sir.13th February 2011, 3:34 at 3:34 am #161353
honestly, I would be a fan of hrt IF they had sharkfins everywhere, two nose cones and asymmetrical driver seating, and still came last. It’s those cars that push F1 forward because then more experienced teams adapt those stupid ideas and make them more sensible.
A personal favourite of mine is the Tyrell X wings in ’97 but I think that got banned because of aesthetics.. And later on that concept developed into the Devil Horns on the Mclarens.12th February 2011, 17:38 at 5:38 pm #161351
I was think more along the lines of getting him drunk, eg having a good time the night before the race of which he wouldn’t suspect you were sabotaging his ability. A hangover would be brutal in an F1 car displaying to your boss that you may not have the same pace but your consistent and responsible and deserve the seat.
Other alternatives could involve locking him in the toilet…