So sad. He was such an exciting rider. It’s a shame that with the whole rider exposed, safety will never be able to be improved upon as much as car racing.
Definitely Brundle. It’s a damn shame he was in an F1 car that was either on the way up, on the way down or just plain bad. He never had a proper front runner.
92 Benetton, just coming good. 94 McLaren, start of the downturn for that team. 96 Jordan, starting to look good and lost the drive for 97.
I say he’s off to Force India to replace the hopeless Liuzzi.
Two things stop the refuelling ban from working properly. First is the way the teams supposedly start the race with their cars too light on fuel to finish, having to do 20 or so laps of fuel saving. I want to see cars able to race from lights to flag. Therefore, the cars should have a minimum weight at the start of the race that includes enough fuel to get to the finish.
Second is the mandatory tyre change. Forcing the teams to change tyres and use both compounds is rubbish. The drivers should be able to choose a compound for the race and soft tyres should allow the driver to gain a lead and pit for new ones, whereas hard tyres should do a race distance.
Nice one for Chandhok even though he missed half the season. It’s a scandal that he was dropped. Way better than Senna.
The world champions are a bit younger these days, aren’t they? Vettel is 23, Hamilton champion about the same age, Alonso young for a double champ, Button champ at 29. Don’t forget Kimi who was also a young winner but not currently in F1. In the past we had the likes of Hill (34) and Mansell (38) winning on their zimmer frames.
So while the champions are winning at an early age they’ll mount up in the series as the years unfold.
To keep reading this site for updates. The driver market has hasn’t been decided yet and I get the feeling Webber might not be at Red Bull despite what they’re saying on TV right now. There’s plenty of action still to enjoy.
Best image of the season for me will be any picture of ALOLso stuck behind Petrov.
I wouldn’t say getting pole has saved his drive. Frank Williams doesn’t strike me as the sentimental type. Damon Hill and Nigel Mansell will tell you that! However, his quality driving to keep Alonso and Hamilton behind did far more for him in my eyes.
Trulli at the back of a queue for once!
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