F1 » Heidfeld: I have more input at Renault than I've had elsewhere


Having made himself comfortably at home at Lotus Renault GP over the past month, Robert Kubica's stand-in Nick Heidfeld is eyeing podium finishes right from the 'off' in F1 2011

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Dean Dean

March 24, 2011 4:07 PM

I'm on Nick's side here, I just hope he can have a season that he promised at the start of his career ..nice to see him win, why wouldn't anyone want to see that ??
Make registering compulsive here..getting awful tired of the relentless BS from the unregistered brigade ...at least throw the registered posters to the top of the replies lists so the likes of me doesn't have to endure their incessant BS .. only one in ten is worth reading !!!!

50 Cent - Unregistered

March 24, 2011 5:27 PM

Ronny Mcdoo - yes focus on '09 car along with helping Heidi get over his poor qualifying woes also know as not knowing how to get the heat in the tyres. That was a productive use of BMW's time. The car was build around Heidi he had the best of everything back then so I really don't know what the chap is on...

Ronald McDonald - Unregistered

March 24, 2011 5:48 PM

50 Pence- I really can't bothered having the Kubica vs Heidfeld argument again, it's played out. Next thing you know we'll be arguing about whether Glock let Hamilton through.

P.S. Not enough drivers have beards, go Nick!

50 Cent - Unregistered

March 24, 2011 6:27 PM

You can't be bother having Heidi vs Kubica argument. I thought you were having it...LoL. I hope that we can see Kubica in Renault this year vs Heidi then we can compare the notes...

Ronald McDonald - Unregistered

March 24, 2011 6:33 PM

Okay, fair point lol. What I mean is I can't be bothered having it any more.

If Bob comes back before the end of the season (which hopefully he will) I'm hoping that Renault will keep nick on and give Petrov the crasher his P45.

andrew.

March 24, 2011 6:54 PM

Dean Dean - there is a filter to the top right of the comments. Whilst I agree with forcing users to register it does not guarantee that the BS will reduce. Plus crash will loose hits and thus revenue if they got rid of the unregistered users.

andrew.

March 24, 2011 7:09 PM

That's my point. Registering does not guarantee BS free posts, however it would get rid of the name hijacking that goes on and the posts that are just written purely to annoy rather that start a discussion.

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