Ricciardo was very impressive, he won the race by getting the move done on Perez. He did mess up qualy a bit though.
Rosberg drove well with the problems he had but was slower than Hamilton in the race.
Rosberg gained an advantage because he broke Hamilton’s DRS. However, it was an honest mistake made under pressure (unlike Monaco…).
But, looking at similar cases, Hamilton was stripped of a win in 2008 for a […]
TyreBlowout commented on the post, Rosberg’s pole confirmed as stewards take no action 8 months, 1 week ago
Hmmm… Somehow I sense a Red Bull win tomorrow, unless of course Mercedes make a “gentleman’s agreement” between their drivers pre-race about who pits first, which I don’t really see happening.
Personally I […]
I have to agree. BT was not good enough.The presenters had no idea about anything and didn’t offer much insight at all. It’s such a shame the BBC sold out as their coverage was pretty good.
The other problem with BT is it’s on pay TV so less people will be watching, which, for a sport like MotoGP that hasn’t got a massive following like F1, is…[Read more]
It was a shame he hit the wall but he can be excused as he didn’t take anyone out and because this is only his second season in F1 and he’s bound to make some mistakes. As long as he learns from this and doesn’t […]
1. How many drivers will be classified as finishers in the Australian Grand Prix? 12
2. Who will win the FIA’s new pole positions trophy? Hamilton
3. Where will Sebastian Vettel finish in the championship? […]
TyreBlowout commented on the post, Who will win the battle of the team mates in 2014? 10 months, 4 weeks ago
I’m surprised by how close the Mercedes drivers are and how far apart the Williams drivers are (at the moment at least). I think Hamilton will beat Rosberg quite comfortably yet I think the Williams boys will be […]
Must admit I was never a fan but this is really terrible news and I feel for his family.
Thankfully he was wearing a helmet which has to have lessened the damage. I’ve read that he would be dead had he not been […]
I began watching properly in 2003 so I’ll start from there. Runners up in brackets.
2003: Brazilian GP, still one of my favs, (British GP)
2004: Belgian GP
2005: Japanese GP
2006: Chinese GP (Hungarian […]
*Hakkinen would be higher if we were including the 90’s.
This is my first time […]
Very true, you have to fight like hell for it because people are driven by greed. I would absolutely hate it if the UK ended up like the US in terms of pay per view TV. Worryingly it appears to be the […]
So many to choose from.
Belgium 2008 before the stewards wrecked it. Lewis and Kimi dueling it out was amazing to watch, two absolute modern greats.
Brazil 2003 for the pure chaos, I can’t remember any other […]
Highlights just aren’t the same and are only needed if the race is on at 5AM and you can’t be bothered to get up. People want to see the race live. 600£ or whatever Sky charge per year is not accessible to normal […]
So true StephenH, F1 is shooting itself in the foot by moving to pay TV. Not many people can afford Sky, I don’t know much about BT Sport but I do know it’s extra money on top of the license fee you pay for basic […]
More like you should keep your eyes open, the space Hamilton leaves is more than enough. Though some people would just rather see what they want to see. Just because the stewards say something doesn’t mean that […]
The Hamilton penalty was a joke. It was 100% Bottas’s fault, and a shameful rookie error at that. Hamilton left more than enough room, Bottas just decided for some reason to stupidly drive into him. Not to mention […]
I am starting to lose faith in F1.
The amount of stupidity that went on during that race was gob smacking.
Yet another tyre failure, which could have caused a serious accident. That now means that Vettel, […]
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