F1 » Maldonado master streets in FP1


Pastor Maldonado again displayed his street-racing prowess by topping the times in opening practice for the European GP.

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whoelse - Unregistered

June 22, 2012 2:30 PM

what is it exactly that makes some drivers suited to street circuits?

(1)Short Acceleration,higher braking frequency, require more calf muscles
(2)Tighter turns and bumpier track, need more forearm stength
(3)Buildings, closer grandstands, etc, mean a rich visual-reference track plane, which requires much sharper and contrast based eyesight(against vision-depth eyesight in 'normal' race circuit)
(4)Short straights mean stronger neck muscles
Matching Profiles are Alonso, Maldonado, Webber, Montoya...

jose - Unregistered

June 22, 2012 3:41 PM

whoelse,

Say what?
stronger neck muscles..forearm strength...calf muscles..
eyesight...OK, but you forgot the main ingredient, "Balls"..
Formula size, barmy mate...ask Richard
go fish!

Badman, Jose

whoelse - Unregistered

June 22, 2012 7:41 PM

yo 'Jose'! Dont blow your 'hose'!

'Balls' are for reproduction bud. Mebbe u aint got none, so u got 'em all 'mixed' up! Just because it's named 'cock'pit, doesnt mean you need to place 'em balls in there!

Or, are you suggesting that Lella Lombardi, Susie Wolf and the other gals too are having to dice their 'balls' in their 'cock'pit?

jeez man, when u done with YOUR fishing,'deep throat' it, maybe u'll FINALLY find 'em 'balls'!!

...SORRY GUYS, JOSE WAS BLOWING HIS HOSE, AND LEFT ME WITH NO CHOICE!...

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