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JJJ

April 04, 2014 9:14 AM
Last Edited 362 days ago

F1 » Hamilton certain of no Rosberg issues


Meh...22 wins...6 wins...who's counting. The point is both Keke and Damon weren't necessarily the best or fastest drivers of their day but did manage to win a championship. So fine, Damon won a bunch more races in the unbeatable Williams...but many would argue if he was really that good he should have won at least another championship in 94 and or 95. The two also have in common that they got a break to drive for a decent team at a later age than most. In a way I have a lot of respect for these guys as they got maximum results with the talent they had. Otoh, there were probably a few drivers around who deserved the good car more based on talent... Ah well...If Damon doesn't work (for ya Brits) let's compromise and say Keke was Villeneuve (jacques that is, although coincidentally I think Gilles won 6 races as well like Keke, but I think he's a good example of someone who had more talent but didn't get the results partly because of the tragic accident but also for other reasons).

JJJ

April 03, 2014 11:22 PM

F1 » Hamilton certain of no Rosberg issues


Fosco333:
JJJ: ...
Senna was 1 sec quicker than Keke in his first F1 test with the same car. A
Well...yeah, exactly. But then he also held the record for quickest qualifying lap ever until JPM broke it. He was the eh...Nico Rosberg of his day :). Or maybe the Webber, except with a championship. Ok...Damon Hill, yep that's it.

JJJ

April 03, 2014 9:35 PM

F1 » Hamilton certain of no Rosberg issues


I feel like Hamilton has a bit of pace in hand on Rosberg most of the times...but he's also Hamilton which means there will be races (especially if he's not clear in front) he won't be finishing. I hate to play into the hands of the bashers by saying that but over the years it's been proven to be true so far, he's very quick but not consistent enough. I think Rosberg understands pretty well that he has a good shot at this title if he continues just finishing races, racking up podiums and points finishes and perhaps the odd win here and there while just accepting that pacewise, in quali and a bunch of races, Hamilton is going to check out and be out of his reach. His father also won the title on the count of being there at the end in most races in 82...he was also a quick guy but not necessarily THE quickest. A smart driver if you will, like Lauda 84 outcalculating the professor.

JJJ

April 02, 2014 8:03 PM

F1 » Kobayashi keen to see new Caterham parts


The races I usually look forward to the most that are on this years calender are Australia, Monaco, Canada, Austria, GB, Belgium, Italy, Japan, US and Brazil. So mostly a bunch of street races and the old school tracks with nice fast flowing sections. The rest I'm kinda watching just because it's F1...Particularly the races in Bahrain, Spain and Abu Dhabi, almost nothing ever happens. Hungary used to be in that last group as well but I feel like that's one of the tracks where the DRS actually made a big difference as you can now pass into turn 1 or put pressure on the guy in front and either overtake on the inside of 2 or run on the outside and have the inside line into 3. US is the best Tilke track, but I think the design of the circuit isn't even done by Tilke.

JJJ

April 02, 2014 4:32 PM

F1 » Bahrain Grand Prix preview


Seems like the engine situation is by far the most interesting thing to watch this year. You can already see the politicking going on continuously with Horner again claiming that their progress will be up to Renault developing the engine (so are we now publicly just glossing over the 'freeze' like everyone knows we are behind closed doors?) and at the same time Merc doing everything they can to play down their advantage and point to RBR's competitiveness. Honestly I'm kind of wondering how big the advantage really is cause so far, only the Mercedes team itself is really in front of RBR and Ferrari. FI and McLaren seem to be only marginally more competitive than last year and Williams made a step forward but still is only about as quick as the other Merc customer teams. Also, STR and Caterham aren't worse than last year either. If anything I think the Ferrari unit is a bit behind at the moment...Sauber already said it's too heavy. Of course it's a bit tricky PR wise for Ferrari to lob

JJJ

March 30, 2014 7:04 PM
Last Edited 365 days ago

F1 » Bottas was told not to attack Massa


Well I also feel like Bottas wouldn't have been able to pass Button, but from a team perspective it was worth a try...but Williams (was that Massa's own race engineer) made the situation way heavier than it should be by phrasing it the way they did. In these types of situations I think the most important thing for the driver is knowing that in the reversed situation the other guy would move out of the way for you too. What Williams should really look at though is their fuel consumption...as in they need to use a bit more and eke out a bit more HP. All the others were using more fuel than them.

JJJ

March 30, 2014 12:23 PM

F1 » Malaysian Grand Prix - Race results


On a different fuel issue note: When the graph came up showing the fuel consumption of the cars, all the Merc engined cars but particularly Williams cars showed a lower percentage of fuel used...So I was thinking, why don't they turn up the powah a little bit? Do they run a smaller fuel tank? Start with less fuel? (both wouldn't explain percentage but who knows how that figure is actually measured, maybe they just base it on a assumed fixed amount of fuel at the start)


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