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April 21, 2015 8:24 AM

F1 » Rosberg driving ‘at his best’ in Bahrain Grand Prix

The last thing Nico needs to do now is give in by withdrawing into his shell. He has a great car underneath him and he needs to believe that the Ferraris will become unwitting allies by taking points off Lewis at some stage. The season is still long and it's all to play for. But he needs some races of attrition to get it done. It doesn't look like Lewis is ready to hand over the title, so Nico has to go and take it from him. For his part, Lewis just needs to maintain his form and keep doing what he's doing. As for F1 fans, they are being denied the aggressive style Nico demonstrated early in the race, because the drivers have the constant thought: "Yes, that was great, but I've just killed my tyres and I need to cool it and slow down now. If I don't, it will hurt me later in the stint". And if he doesn't, the team will be sure to get on the radio, telling him to watch it. That is the F1 we have to watch today. The thinking man's F1, not the racer's F1.


April 23, 2015 6:22 AM

F1 » No human rights concerns as Azerbaijan gets green light

I have this mental image of one of the CVC board members sheepishly asking Bernie at a board meeting: Erm....Bernie, I have a question. Why are you taking F1 to all these countries where there is next to no interest from the people? And Bernie responding by reaching deep into his pot of gold and throwing some large sparkling glittering gold coins on the table. "Is that good enough for you? Does that answer your question??" Yes, it does.....Bernie. Erm...yes, it certainly does *the member replies, slowly withdrawing into his seat*


April 22, 2015 8:38 AM

F1 » Maldonado turns attention to Spain after Sakhir frustration

Manager: Pastor, you need to stop crashing so much. Lotus are complaining on the phone. Pastor: Who is complaining?? Name me some names! I want names! Manager: You know I can't do that. It wouldn't be very professional. Pastor: Whose side are you on??? I want those names! Those......complainers! Manager: It doesn't matter. They have a point though. Pastor: I'm doing my best, man. Can't you see?? Manager: I know, man. I know. But...... Pastor: But what?? You think I like crashing on purpose? I'm doing my best! Manager: Yes, yes, but maybe..... Pastor: No! No! Maybe nothing! I've heard enough. I won't listen to this! I'm just as good as the others. Those....those......primadonnas! Manager: I know, Pastor. I know. But they're not crashing as much as you. Pastor: What are you saying?? Manager: Nothing. Nothing. Just.... Pastor: Go away and leave me alone! Manager: Ok...ok! Pastor: AAAAAAAAARRRRGGGGGHHHHHH!!!!!!!! (sound of glass smashing in the background) Manager: Oh dear.


April 22, 2015 8:19 AM

F1 » Maldonado turns attention to Spain after Sakhir frustration

It could be a subconscious thing where he's trying to "prove" to everyone that he is not just a pay driver, and as a result trying too hard, charging headlong into every corner, fighting pointless battles and "racing" other cars that he's not really racing in a race. This is where a good manager or support team is needed. Just a calming hand on the shoulder..."let the race come to you, Pastor. Keep up the speed, do all the basics right and pick the right fights on the track. The results will come....slowly but surely". It's not really rocket science (the advice, not the sport). But just like someone else can't buy racecraft with oil money :-)


April 21, 2015 8:49 AM

F1 » Arrivabene teasing contract to spur Raikkonen on

I think Arriva is the type of team boss that just needs to "know" that Kimi is giving nothing less than "his very best" in every race. Kimi's body language might give a public impression that he really doesn't care one way or the other that he had not been on the podium since 2013, but Arriva is not the kind of boss who will wait around for too long to find out. The Ferrari bloodbath is proof of that approach. Even his own position is not safe, if he does not deliver as a team boss. No one in the team can get too comfortable... Sounds like something out of an Italian movie, but it's true.

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