F1 » What would be your dream F1 2012 grid?

Just for a bit of fun, we have compiled a 'dream grid' for F1 2012, not with the driver line-ups we expect to see, but the driver line-ups we would like to see. Take a glance and tell us if you agree...

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rob - Unregistered

September 02, 2011 3:55 PM

Wow how far have you missed the mark. You line up would be boring and lead to another year of a split grid as the rich get better and poor get worse!!! Look at your choice for mclaren, what is that????!?!?!

SP3 - Unregistered

September 02, 2011 4:25 PM

Nevermind the drives, how about getting rid of the sissy spec items they've mandated of the last decade. # of cylinders = free. max revs = whatever you can muster. no minimum C of G height or minimum weight for the engines. no spec cylinder dimensions. no spec ecu. no spec TIRES! A grid full of those kinds of cars is step one.

vix_vettel - Unregistered

September 02, 2011 4:26 PM

I would love to see the tifosi's reaction to having lewis in their camp. Plus to see di resta, rosberg and kobayashi in cars worthy of their skill would be awesome

Jayne - Unregistered

September 02, 2011 4:37 PM

Red Bull: Vettel & Webber
McLaren: Button & DiResta
Ferrari: Alonso& Lulu
Renault: Kubica & Rosberg
Sauber: Perez & Carroll
Mercedes: Koboyashi & Paffett
Force India: Massa & Kovelainen
Torro Rosso: Ricciardo & Petrov
Williams: Hulkenburg & Grosjean
Lotus: Senna & Chandhok
Virgin: Sutil & Vergne
HRT: Buemi & Algaursuari

Or a grid that gives prospects of achieving their dream even if they lack financial backing.
I think their should be a rule that if their is a pay driver in the team the other seat must be offered to an up and coming driver.

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