There’s something wrong here.
Oh, now I get it, they played wrong set of anthems each time he won. Unbelievable.
It’s Robert Kubica everybody. Well deserved, in my opinion.
He’s going to lap the whole field twice, and cross the line 1st, while driving backwards, having pitted the lap before, asking the team to clean his car and demanding a glass of champagne.
The circuit is going to be renamed Circuit of The Kovalainen as a result.
Well, personally I’d love to see the 2003 BAR livery on a modern car.
If you like to improvise, you could think of a cool F1 Jagermeister livery, or maybe try converting a MotoGP livery to F1.
Good thread. Anybody remember Cristiano Da Matta? Christian Klien? Nicolas Kiesa?
Ladies and gentlemen.
Well, how could we forget.
The unexpected track debut of Jeep F1′s single car entry.
I think we really used to have cool liveries, not even that long ago. Think of the BMW Williams from around 2003, or the orange Arrows’. I also loved the 2000-2004 Jaguar.
October 20th – Tom Sykes – Superbike World Championship – Round 14 of 14 (Race 27 of 28)
Beauty contest determines the starting grid, I pressume?
I know where you’re coming from, @loup-garou , and it’s not only about the unsafe release thing.
I remember Raikkonen receiving a drive-through penalty in Monaco 2008 as his tyres weren’t fully fitted at the 3 minute signal before the start. Now that’s something that got me thinking. I thought of the penalty silly.
But overall, I do agree that the driver is a part of the team, and the whole group should maintain high efficiency. After all, they’re all working for one thing, and that thing is to win.
Embarrassing stickers to the car.
Drivers would be careful – no sponsor would like to have their logo next to an embarrassing FIA sanctioned sticker of, let’s say, drawing of a human phallus.
I reckon Charlie Whiting might not even use stickers, but draw aforementioned drawings himself with a bright-colored marker instead.
Acropolis out, Poland in.
I, for one, rejoiced at the news.
Just reposition the DRS zones to the most dangerous/fastest parts of the race track. DRS would now take cojones to activate.
I’d love to see some DRS overtaking on Eau Rouge.
Just got a great idea.
How about extending the single DRS usage span to 30 seconds? The driver would activate it on the straight, gain the advantage, and then would have to be really smart not to lose the advantage on the upcoming corners, as, obviously, at no place in the F1 calendar we have flat-out parts lasting over 30 seconds.
Think about it.
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