F1 » What we learned at the German Grand Prix


Crash.net's team in the paddock bring you some of the stories and rumours that have been bubbling behind the scenes during the German Grand Prix weekend

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bob jane

July 21, 2014 9:15 AM
Last Edited 155 days ago

Come of age? What 12? He had his sooky slapped bum face on again after the race....his racing was scrappy over driving that damaged his car..he didnt even know what Button was what,,,and then drove into him!!!!.and all of this with a vastly superior car that is a rocket ship to the rest of the field...VB and DR are the ones who come of age in this race...DR was the drive of the race IMO

thunderbuggy

July 21, 2014 1:36 PM

Well, one lesson learned from the German Grand Prix is that the Rosburg/Mercedes combo is still the class of the field. While I realize what Rosburg did on Sunday was hard, he did make it look pretty easy. Tough look with Lewis' crash before the race and I am glad he was not seriously injured. But the boy still has some growing up to do to reach his full potential. He is still carrying too much mental baggage to get his mind right on an ongoing basis when it comes to the F1 race track. And Romain Grosjean going to McLaren? To replace WHO? That move, should it occur, would be one of the most idiotic things McLaren had ever done!

DuhFerrari

July 21, 2014 3:12 PM
Last Edited 157 days ago

fourteenseven: had alonso been driving a williams, mercedes would be a lot more nervous than they are at the moment

Hey that's a great idea. 2015 out goes Massa, in comes Alonso.
Fingers crossed and toes curled too.

Cuencanolenny

July 21, 2014 3:26 PM

Watching Practice and Qualifying I predicted that on this short track it was possible that Nico would lap the field. Alas, he only lapped through 9th!

There was some good racing between Vettel and Alonso and then late in the race between Alonso and Ricciardo, but............nothing remotely close to a race for the win. It was good to see Bottas hold off Hamilton and poor Massa continues with the worst luck in F1 and the person who causes the problem drives away unscathed. Such is life.

George Zaidan

July 21, 2014 6:55 PM

We learned that Mercedes, could start last on the grid or from lap 2, yet gets on the podium. If it wasn't for the race between Rosberg and Hamilton I believe there will be no interest left in watching the F1.

AyrtonSenna

July 21, 2014 7:18 PM

Didn't learn anything new in terms of result. What we did learn is the rules are good for some but not for others. Also the team to that is coming of age is run by a woman. That woman obviously oozes passion like her daddy always has.

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