Sasquatsch commented on the post, Strategy Group: Why nothing is better than something 1 week, 5 days ago
I agree with not having a major shake up of the rules in the shott term. But loosening up the fuel flow rules and more lasting tyres (enter Michelin) are imho good for the sport.
And for the more distant […]
Hamilton did give Rosberg enough space. There was more than a cars width of the track next to Rosberg at the moment of the crash and it was Rosberg who turned in at Hamilton. He had far more space than Alonso or […]
Last year the Chevrolet car out qualified the Honda cars, but in the end the Honda cars fought for the win because of better fuel consumption. I wouldn’t be surprised if this would also be the case this year.
1. How many different teams will win races?
2. Who will retire first in the Australian Grand Prix?
– Jules Bianchi
3. Who will set the most pole positions?
– Lewis Hamilton
4. Who will crash out of the […]
According to Joe Saward, it is not Vettel who will go to Ferrari next, but his teammate Mark Webber since he is the ideal number two driver. :)
Vettel will probably go to Ferrari when (or the year before) Alonso retires.
Great top 5, but I am missing a few names, some of which I already mentioned in part 1.
Gioacchino Colombo for instance, the designer of the Alfa Romeo 158 and 159 and the Maserati 250F. And maybe Gary Anderson […]
I am under the impression that Steve Nichols was the designer of the McLaren MP 4-4. Although Gordon Murray worked at Mclaren at that time, as far as I know he designed only road cars for McLaren. Off course I […]
Apparently you regard the Lotus team of Colin Chapman as the same team as the Lotus teams of F1Malaysia and now the new Lotus team previously known as Renault.
IMHO these are not the same. Yes, the chassisnames […]