F1 » Alonso and Hamilton praise ‘fantastic’ Ricciardo


Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton have both praised Daniel Ricciardo for his “fantastic” performances so far this season

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Googolplex

July 30, 2014 9:36 AM

Totally agree with Richard yet again. Something must be in the air.

Dan had some good fortune but he took full advantage of it. Seb is finding his form and consistently through practice and qualifying outpaced Dan. Don't be surprised if we see a strong and resurgent Seb in the second half of the season.

As a fellow Sandgroper I am tickled pink that our first ever F1 driver has now won his second GP, but I really think we should drink some cool aid before we get too carried away.

truthseeker

July 29, 2014 11:31 AM
Last Edited 329 days ago

Given that SV was driving a car my Grandmother could have won GP's in over the last 4 years, it goes to show what he is really like when he is up against a great driver like DR.
Sadly it also shows had average MW really was, which explains why SV wanted him to stay for so long..

richard

August 03, 2014 6:23 PM

lovef1. the ferrari belonged to berger. berger is an red bull ambassador and one time owner of str. so there should be no surprise at that. also have a look...i dont know if it is on the site mentioned, but marko also droe his old brm, and seb also had a go in it.

LoveF1

August 03, 2014 3:34 PM

Wow cool. I didn't know that teams allowed other drivers to drive their cars :-)

I'll look up that footage. And by the way, I like all of the top drivers, especially those that exhibit a variety of skills and qualities on and off the track. They have flaws, like everybody else, and because they live their lives and ply their trades in the public eye, we are sometimes very tough on them.

But such is life....

Tesla

July 29, 2014 9:52 AM

I remember Alonso praising RIC post German GP interviews, so it proves that RIC made good impression on WC drivers. He delivered great results and handed embarrassment to Seb. Bottas dishing out similar taste to Massa. However, I'm more impressed with Hulkenberg and Kvyat considering their cars and struggles to earn each point!

LoveF1

August 02, 2014 10:44 PM

I'll probably agree :-)

I watched a recent documentary involving John Surtees, where he spoke in detail about Senna and what precision it took to drive those cars back in the day, with manual gear shifts, for lap after lap after lap. In some ways, we may be doing a slight disservice to those drivers you listed earlier, even though they did not win a lot of titles. How do we really know that today's F1 drivers would have fared better in those older versions of F1 cars?? Maybe the top guys now would cope well...Schumie, Alonso, Vettel, etc. Not quite sure about the pay drivers like Maldonado and Chilton lol

But then again, they can handle all the buttons on the modern F1 steering wheel, so they may be able to drive those older cars well :-)

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