F1 » Rosberg takes pole as Hamilton falters


Nico Rosberg took pole position for the British Grand Prix as Lewis Hamilton again failed to deliver in qualifying

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sodesu

July 05, 2014 2:25 PM

Well yeah. He can try to play mind games on Nico all he wants, if he's going to keep making mistakes like this he'll never have any form of mental edge on him no matter how bad he wants it. Nico doesn't really have to do anything to win that fight really, he can just sit back, do his thing and watch Hamilton self-destruct.

titfortat

July 05, 2014 2:29 PM

Don't get why everyone has to make such a drama over everything, so what he aborted the lap? It doesn't mean Rosberg has won the WDC and it doesn't make Hamilton an idiot. He is 6th, he will finish at least 2nd if his car doesn't have any problems and the race is long, a lot can happen.

Hate reading comments for F1, peoples memories are so short, Kimi was the best thing since sliced bread in Lotus, now he's had a troubled first half of the year in a crap car, suddenly he should retire because he sucks...

Vettel won 4 WDCs in a row and he is have issues so far this season, again suddenly those 4 years are forgotten and he sucks...

Like no, I wish' people would just shut up.

superdowg316

July 05, 2014 2:34 PM

A great session all round. It's great to see Jenson up there once again, especially after the last year and a half. His father is smiling down on him. Vettel seems to have some pace and Ricciardo, Toro Rosso and Marussia were unlucky today. Man, Williams and Ferrari had their worst session in a long time but it will be fun seeing them race through the field.

I wonder when the Hamilton fans will come out and start saying that the weather is conspiring against him to benefit Nico. I'll be reading with a bag of popcorn in hand.

cassyo

July 05, 2014 2:48 PM
Last Edited 116 days ago

It was like I said : Vettel has gained self confidence, after taking FP3 !
Alonso said previously that, while he is not expecting Ferrari to take a win this year, he will be there to take it , if an opportunity will arise. I feel the same applies to Vettel, inspite that he didn't make any declaration, as of yet.
We shall see.

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