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November 22, 2013 1:22 PM

F1 » Hulkenberg in 'danger' zone

It's not that big a sensation that sponsors aren't lining up to throw money at the country's third-biggest star though, is it? I think he is brilliant, his only problem so far has been that he took a lot of time getting up to speed in his first year. But if we look beyond that, he's pretty much always been brilliant. One problem now is that all the teams he may have to choose from are looking pretty unstable... Lotus with their con-man investor, Sauber with the dodgy russians and FIF1 with Mallya's other businesses (i.e. FI's sponsors) crumbling. What to do, what to do?


November 17, 2013 1:57 PM

F1 » Williams denies Maldonado treachery claim

There were plenty of drivers complaining about how the feel of car and tyres had changed from the morning, Hulkenberg was very vocal about it for example. But then he did the best of the situation and in the end managed to get a really good result anyway. Anyway with that in mind it's no wonder Maldonado's car felt different too. The problem with Maldonado is the same as it's always been, he's a quick enough driver but he's just nuts and that's that. No way Williams would sabotage one of their own drivers like that, especially not in quali. Also, the only relevant case to relate to I can think of would be crashgate, but in pulling that one they actually hauled a bigger load of points by giving the win to Alonso. So in that case the team actually benefitted from the outcome. In this case they would not.


November 15, 2013 3:34 PM

F1 » Perez shocked by two days notice of exit

You mean "Doge eat doge". Anyway, this is a really strange silly season! Especially Lotus' part in it. Hulk is reported as saying he's all but out of there and that they're probably going with Maldonado. But that makes no sense, they already have Grosjean signed and he is being backed by Total, who are an OIL company - just like PDVSA that are behind Maldonado. Two competing companies on the same car? Might not be impossible but I presume then they can kiss their long-time partner Total goodbye as soon as that deal expires. Perez appears to be the perfect shoe-in then, because he has money and it's not from a competitor of an existing sponsor. But then again, Sauber might be able to keep their mexican backing and swap Gutierrez back for Perez... And where will the Hulk end up?


November 06, 2013 8:20 AM

F1 » Hamilton: I might never win another title

First it sounds like he's had some humble pie, but then you get to the part where he's opened new markets and by the sound of it almost single handedly brought black, indian and 'other asian' people into the world of F1... He is after all the superstar, the poster boy, the global ambassador of F1. The Christ of F1, if you will. Only because of him, everyone in the world wants a part of F1. Same old, same old. In five years I reckon his life goal will be to conquer space...


October 23, 2013 3:32 PM

F1 » How soon is too soon for a seat in F1?

Yeah it's become really youth obsessed lately, it's like by the time a driver has reached GP2 the F1 world is already getting tired of them. Everyone is so obsessed with finding the next Vettel or the next Kimi that they forget what's right under their noses. Sometimes this'll ruin careers too, most notably in the case of Alguersuari recently. Besides, the competition should be much tougher in GP2 so I'd say being a front runner in GP2 can demand more of a driver than to dominate F3 or Formula Renault completely, especially now that GP2 has so many experienced drivers who's been there for many seasons...

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