Williams have secured a sponsorship deal with Martini according to James Allen:
good topic!, i’ll go for:
Mansell McLaren 95
Vettel BMW Sauber 2007
Hill Brabham 1992
Brundle Williams 1988
Up until Belgium, Hamilton was considered a contender for the title. It seems his decline in results has coincided with the decline in performance of the Mercedes. I don’t think it’s fair to say he gives up easily, Silverstone this year was a great comeback drive from last. But I do think he is looking towards next year now and perhaps not pushing like mad if the car cannot win races.
I reckon McLaren might pull something out of the bag! They’ve had a bad year and will be fighting back next year
I seem to remember James Allen saying Jenson Button would be a contender for the title in 2009, even before the first test. A lot of people put bets on and made a pretty penny
I’d like to think this is just a rumour and that the teams would object to it. Seem to remember thinking the same last time around though…
I just watched ‘Rush – A look inside’ on Youtube and noticed the original Marlboro sponsorship on the McLaren but it’s been censored/covered up on the new trailer, wonder which version we will get in the UK?
on the topic of driver diets, i was watching some of the early 2000′s season reviews, it baffles me how Montoya could drive the cars being overweight. I mean he wasn’t fat but certainly not lean like todays drivers, and the physical exertion required in F1 is immense, he must have had a lot of stamina.
Great video, you are clearly very talented at video editing. Maybe you could make a video of Sebastian Vettel’s achievements, perhaps to the music of “The Imperial March” ( Star Wars) Make sure there’s plenty of shots of his legendary ‘finger’ victory celebration
It would be very popular i’m sure
Indianapolis 2005 for sure
Great spot, quick thinking by Hamilton but Alonso wise to it, wondered why they didn’t say much after the race.
Thanks for posting, an interesting watch. It’s filmed around the start of the 1995 season and has input from most of the teams. The McLaren factory tour was particularly good
off the top of my head in no particular order
Senna Monaco GP 92
Senna European GP 93
Mansell British GP 87
Schumacher Spanish GP 96
Raikkonen Japanese GP 05
Hakkinen Belgium GP 00
Senna Japanese GP 88
Senna Brazilian GP 91
Button Canadian GP 11
Hamilton British GP 08
Häkkinen always gave 100%. Räikkönen’s motivation was sometimes questionable during the Ferrari years. Mika gets my vote.
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