Referring to teams’ origins (e.g. Mercedes/Brawn/Honda/BAR/Tyrrell, FI/Spyker/Midland/Jordan) as “DNA”. At Monza I think Eddie Jordan even used DNA to describe a driver’s previous few seasons in other categories.
I think the balance is also affected by the country you come from. For example in the UK we tend to follow a driver through his career, irrespective of team changes. However I’ve heard that in places like Italy they will follow a team and support any driver that races for them (similar to how people will support a football team no matter who is playing for them, and not the players themselves).
F1 2010 on the PS3 and a Logitech Driving Force GT to go with it. I’ve played racing games with a gamepad my whole life and it was actually Keith who made me realise just how strange is it to playing racing games without a wheel. Need to be up for work in 5 hours but don’t see myself going to bed any time soon with this in my room!