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September 19, 2014 1:38 PM

F1 » Kaltenborn unable to confirm Sauber’s future

Kaltenborn was involved with the team management for a long time, since the late nineties before becoming CEO in 2010 and then team principal, so I don't think it's fair at all to put this on her. She has been a driving force in the team during their latest renaissance so should at least get as much credit for that as the blame for this recent slump. Their problem the way I see it is money, and that in turn has led to losing key personnel to other teams.


September 13, 2014 8:34 PM

FE » Prost accepts fault, handed penalty

ProfessorDave: Heidfield timed his move to perfection and caught Prost by surprise. Prost moved suddenly left way as the cars started to brake, you just can't do that, inexcusable.
This too. It was actually a very well-timed and clean move from Heidfeld, unsurprisingly so - he was always an excellent and clean overtaker in F1. He left a full car's width between them too, but that don't matter much when the guy on the outside just turns in on you like that. I'd say by the time Prost turned, the corner was already decided in Heidfeld's favour. Why Prost didn't cover the inside long before the braking area is what baffles me the most to be honest - he knew Heidfeld was close and left the door open, what on earth did he think was going to happen?


September 13, 2014 8:32 PM

FE » Prost accepts fault, handed penalty

Strider: @WhoCares I agree that it was not an intentional manoeuvre, as you say they are good friends, but the incident certainly merited a penalty, a more severe one at that. It was Nico's responsibility to look in his mirrors, you can never assume what the guy behind is or isn't going to do, so he should have had his eyes firmly on his mirrors. Heidfeld was ready to pounce, he knew Nick wouldn't just disappear, an overtaking attempt was inevitable, whereas the result was completely avoidable. Would not expect this sort of thing in Formula Renault let alone an FIA sanctioned world championship. Dangerous and thoughtless driving.
Yes exactly. If he honestly didn't know Heidfeld was there then he was doing a sh*t job as a driver to be honest.


September 13, 2014 10:12 AM

FE » Beijing ePrix - Race results

It was actually a decent race, all things considered. Had a lot of tension toward the end, just a shame it ended the way it did. That truly was an appalling move from Prost in the last corner... He could have just blocked the inside line - but instead he turned right into Heidfeld under braking. And Heidfeld was actually close to hitting the barrier with his head so that really wasn't far from going horribly wrong. I like Prost but I honestly think he should see a race ban for that, because turning into someone like that in the braking zone is just unacceptable. Such a shame, because Prost really was brilliant up until that point...


September 08, 2014 11:03 PM

F1 » Hamilton recovers to win after Rosberg error

sodesu: Brilliant racing from Hamilton, great recovery drive, and a very well deserved win. However, wasn't that a jump start? Bit weird that it wasn't even investigated...
great recovery drive? from 4 th to first? nothing great about that, particularly when you have the fastest car. sure others have come from dead last to first!
Haha, well you have a point there! I was referring to catching and passing Rosberg despite being quite far behind at an early stage of course. Sure, not the stuff of legends maybe but still a solid effort. And good to see some fighting spirit from Hamilton after all the sulking and wanting to quit at Spa. Put it this way, he had a good opportunity to self-destruct but didn't take it... :) Also good for the championship, though I'd still prefer Rosberg (or rather still, Ricciardo, but that's not very likely) to win it.

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