@jamiefranklinf1 Hey, We’d love to have a full grid for the Collantine Cup so we would love to have you join. What would your car preferences be? Red Bull, Mercedes, Lotus, McLaren and Sauber are all filled :) View
I’m so sorry guys, I’m aware I’ve been a pretty terrible member thus far but my access to internet has been unexpectedly inconsistent. If you’ll still have me, I fully intend to continue with the series and will make sure I better notify if I’m able/unable to attend races
A lot of people still don’t like the current gen, and 2009 was a pretty ugly year but I think the cars developed into real beauties in 2011. 2010 started well until the F-Duct took over, but banning the duct in 2011 produced some fine looking machines.
The cars were so tight in the rear and the bodywork was so smooth. The Liveries were all pretty good too except for that Sauber.
But in all seriousness, I find this very intriguing. Despite his name, Hulk comes across as a very measured and calm guy*, so it mustn’t have been good whatever it was. I can only postulate that the team either weren’t giving him enough/relevant info or were doing so at inappropriate times, but they don’t really seem like major enough issues.
Best Driver: Rosberg (had the pace all weekend and deserved third, but played the team game) Worst Driver: Pastor Maldonado Best Team: Red Bull Worst Team: Force India Best Overtake: Grosjean on Hulkenberg at turn 5 Best Funny-moment: Hamilton in the McLaren pits Most Surprising Result: Hamilton on the podium Least Surprising Result: Retiring Maldonado Special Mention to: Button drove extremely well. Race Rating: 6/10