Still dark about the fact JEV is not in Formula 1
Switchback city here in Fuji with Massa and Kubica going toe to toe. A lot of track limits abuse but still entertaining to watch!
Schumi on Alesi 1995 Nurburgring is pretty epic to say the least
Not ranked: Magnussen
9/10/11/12/13/ Grosjean-Ricciardo-Alonso-Hulkenburg-Massa (too hard to seperate)
5 Rosberg – would be much lower bar his end of season charge. Just plain slower than LH all year and whinged too much as well. Title chase went out the window after his conservative tyre call at Hungary. Has momentum going into 2016 so hopefully he can take it to LH.
4 Perez – becoming more and more mature. Really hit his straps after the summer break. Nearly took the lead at Spa and drove a blinder in Russia. Hopefully more podiums to come in the future.
3 Verstappen – the best thing to happen to F1 in quite some time. Actually wants to go racing, wants to compete and is totally driven. Loved his “NO” in Singapore.
2 Hamilton – completely dominated his team mate in the best car. Blindingly fast at times. Didn’t have to do many charges through the field, bar in Hungary and that didn’t really work out well. So, not a lot of wheel to wheel racing as he was just too fast.
1 Vettel – got the best out of his car, Alonso 2012-esque at times. All races finished were in the top 5, deserved a podium in Belgium, had a shocker in Mexico but week in, week out, he was on the money.
Am coming all the way from little old New Zealand to watch the race. My first one, have been watching the sport since 99. Any other Kiwis going? Have GA for the Sunday only. What time do you guys recommend going to the track? Rather early I imagine! Will be sitting down at the Kubica