Could someone edit the title?
Button: 9 (+1)
Magnussen: 8 (+1)
Bottas: 8 (-2)
Red Bull: 23
Force India: 20
Toro Rosso: 1
Your comparison about Bahrain is a bit wrong as RBR took off lot of pieces in the car to make car a bit less draggier to compensate the lack of top speed thanks to Inferior Renault engine. Also Bahrain is a power dominated circuit than aero circuit
I believe When Renault get their engine performance to max RBR will use their Max DF,…[Read more]
First win with my first entry. Thanks for that. Now here’s the gauntlet I’m going to throw down.
Beasts of Speed Roar at the foot of a Sleeping Giant.
There are few race tracks in the world that sit close to a mountain. Fuji Speedway’s the only one we could really think of but let’s face it the current layout is uninspiring and a shadow of it’s…[Read more]
The merc is absolutely no slouch when it comes to downforce. But their big thing is their balance advantage through the better packaging of the engine, again important in the wet. Red Bull probably do have more overall downforce, but the Merc and Ferrari aren’t so far behind. You can usually tell by how much front downforce they are looking for as…[Read more]
Kobayashi on Vettel !
Well , I’d say the most exciting pass was that of Rosberg on Vettel as Vettel offered more resistance than Alonso .So, that would be my pass of the weekend.
But FOM was rubbish in China as we did not catch most of the incidents live . We also didn’t get to see the entire duel of Kobayashi and Max at the end in the feed.…[Read more]
as a fan of Kimi, I’d like to pair…
Alonso and Kvyat
Alonso has proven that he’s consistently being there, while Kvyat now showing very vast amount of potential on that STR, faster than his team mate.
I agree that from the outside Kimi is quite difficult to handle, and not that adaptive as Alonso in new car/team/circumstances. Moreover, it’s…[Read more]
Most commentators believe the RB10 is again the class of the field when it comes to sheer downforce, hence their strong qualifying performances in the wet.
Wet performance is much more dependent on mechanical grip than it is on downforce. Take 2007 for instance, Ferrari had the most downforce, McLaren had the best mech grip, and as a…[Read more]
@roald I was given “The Chariot Makers” as a christmas present, the gifter just saw an F1 book and didn’t know that he wrote previous books. There really is no adverse affects from reading them in the wrong order, but you can see the progression of his writing over the 3 books. By the time he got to Chariot Makers it was very polished :)
Nice but Valtteri seemed in a hurry. I like the concept but sometimes Rosanna just sticks the mic into the driver’s face and a bit pushy. Mark Webber seemed soooo disinterested.
Actually, you must watch Sutil’s artwork. Detailed and very well made.
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