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JJJ

November 08, 2015 8:32 PM

F1 » Kvyat: F1 2015 has been a rollercoaster


Hypoc:
loltron: iron out the kinks and hopefully red bull can accommodate their fast pair of drivers with a fast car. out of the higher teams, i believe RBR have one of the best driver pairings.
Agree, the best pairing since Vettel/Webber, we could use another Webber, very likeable and friendly guy just not as good as the new kid on the block.
Well, we still have Kimi...

JJJ

November 09, 2015 3:46 PM

F1 » Rossi: Things looking very positive for 2016


ZEDX: Rossi certainly seems to be in the spotlight... Stevens & Mehri seem all but forgotten. I'm beginning to wonder if we will see those two racing next year.
Mehri is quite unlikely. Not enough coin and not enough pace to make up for it. Stevens and Rossi have a good chance, but I still think that despite the earlier claims to the contrary Mercedes may have a say in things in which case Wehrlein seems like the most obvious choice for one of the seats.

JJJ

October 31, 2015 1:57 AM

F1 » Esteban Gutierrez secures second Haas F1 seat


Bit of a lost seat to me now...would have much rather seen Vergne or even Magnussen although I'm not really sold on the latter either. In his two years in F1 both Hulkenberg and Sutil have basically ran circles around him. Grosjean will be thrilled though...his chances of landing a Ferrari drive for 2017 have just shot up immensely cause next year he'll look like a winner compared to Esteban for sure.

JJJ

November 06, 2015 2:11 PM

F1 » Horner admits Ferrari veto ‘works both ways’


This proposed 3rd party engine could never be allowed to win a championship anyway. At that point the manufacturers in F1 would have no reason to spend the cash for their own engines anymore and wouldn't really have a reason to stay in F1. Think back to when STR used ye olde restricted V10 in their first year...surely that could have been quicker than the V8s, but then the other teams who did manage to 'play by the rules' would have been seriously miffed, so it had to be downtuned so they could only challenge for minor points at best. This kind of engine would only be good for some of the backmarker teams who are resigned to run at the lower end of the field anyway. Kind of like the Cossie that Virgin, Lotus and HRT used when the number of cars on the grid dwindled a bit too much.

JJJ

November 23, 2015 11:14 PM
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F1 » Perez eyeing ‘big result’ to close best season


Hypoc: Since their chassis upgrade in Britain they are a step ahead of their mid-field competitors, he had some good results but he's not very consistent, his race in Brasil was an absolute joke.
That's always been the weird thing with Perez, When he's on it I reckon he is one of the best out there pacewise, but just when you think ok now he's on a roll...here comes a bogey race again. I'm a fan since his GP2 year when he was teammates with van der Garde who came off of winning the WSBR title and a pretty decent rookie GP2 year. As a Dutch racefan I followed that season closely since it was supposed to be Giedo's year, but at times Perez just crushed him with pace. Also back then, definitely not every race but the times he did the margin was such that you thought 'wow this guy is special, he'll learn the consistency and then he'll be really good'. But now a couple of years into his F1 carreer, still not really consistent.

JJJ

November 29, 2015 12:10 AM

F1 » Vettel explains Q1 exit: We thought we'd done enough


Tomco: At least he didnt throw his toys out of his pram. Hes a good lad.
Probably also has to do with the fact that after a difficult year at Red Bull next to Ricciardo this year has been a breeze for him. Apart from a scruffy race in Bahrain and a weirdly bad race in Mexico I'm sure he's somewhat relieved to have salvaged his reputation this year. With no positions to win or lose in either the driver's nor constructor's championship for him there wasn't all that much on the line this time around, so no need to throw a hissy-fit. I'm sure he's already thinking about next year by now...then again that might also be the reason they made this mistake in the first place. Maybe if Kimi comes anywhere close to winning tomorrow he'll realise this might have been an oppertunity to end on a win.

JJJ

November 07, 2015 12:15 PM

F1 » Ricciardo: Interlagos doesn’t do it for me...


someone: After collecting more points than Vettel he must have thought he's the greatest, but now he trails his new rookie teammate, oh well...
Well not technically a rookie teammate, it's his 2nd year in F1. I still think that at times you can see the talent shine through though, but at the same time it's also clear he's not superman. More than anything though, to me that just puts Vettel's performance in perspective and subsequently Kimi's. Although it's guaranteed to yield me about 50 disagrees one has to wonder what Ferrari could have done with Ricciardo and Seb this year or Ricciardo and Kvyat. Granted, Merc would likely still have won it but I reckon Ferrari would have won an extra race or two.


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