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Chuck - Unregistered

August 14, 2012 4:38 AM

Really sad when the sport comes down to managing tires... All the work squeezing performance out of engines, to simply have to de-tune them so they don't wear out the tires. Pathetic. Then there is the lottery aspect... so, you can be a great driver pushing the envelope, only to have it work against you. So who is winning? The best car? The best driver. In my humble opinion... neither. Very sad.


August 14, 2012 8:07 AM

The first half of the season has set the second half up very nicely, should be a close one, unless of course Ferrari continue to improve at the same rate (relative to the others) and Alonso and Massa find themselves in a car that is very easy to drive.

Caroline - Unregistered

August 14, 2012 9:47 AM

It's just a shame that in the UK less people are watching it due to the Sky deal.

Even the combined and non-unique viewing figures of the BBC and Sky are nearly 12% lower than last year, and last year Vettel had the championship sewn up early on in the season.


August 14, 2012 1:15 PM

Half Term Report Card - Gazzetto dello Sport

Webber, Vettel, Rosberg, Grosjean
Di Resta, Maldonado
Schumacher, Perez, Kobayashi, Hulkenberg, Kovalainen, Glock, De la Rosa, Pic, Petrov
Button, Vergne, Ricciardo, Karthikeyan

sbb - Unregistered

August 16, 2012 12:30 PM

Enjoying so far, but not in love with F1 like i used to be. The cars are just plain ugly, the tracks don't flow, it's just not what it was. Watched a clip of the British Gp at Silverstone 1983, those were the days, brings a tear to the eye.

Firestorm - Unregistered

August 18, 2012 8:59 PM

Please can anyone notice me when was the last time in Formula 1 that past mid season,four different teams had realistic chances to take the constructors title and at least one of their drivers is in real fight for the WDC, and I am speaking about realistic chances not mathematical one. I always regarded the 2003 season as a classic one because three teams (Ferrari, BMW Williams and McLaren-Mercedes) fought until the end for both titles which were won by Ferrari and Michael Schumacher. That year it was a fourth team, the Renault that time to time was striking, but never had a real chance to clinch any of the titles. But this season the fourth team's driver is leading the drivers championship. And assuming that Ferrari is not the fourth fastest car and found theirselves in that position because of Massa horribly underperforming, then it looks like Lotus is the fourth fastest car. And the last time I watched them, it seemed to me that they was the fastest in race pace. They didn't won bec

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