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August 30, 2015 1:39 AM

F1 » EXCLUSIVE - Ricciardo: Character building year has matured me

Do you think he's grinning under the helmet in that picture on the right? Nothing against Ricci personally, but when you pick a big toothy grin like that as your trademark in a sport like Formula 1, you are asking for trouble....when things are not going so can easily happen. And before I get attacked by, I don't expect him to walk around the paddock every race weekend looking miserable either.


August 29, 2015 1:41 PM

F1 » Vettel not expecting priority Ferrari status

This is the kind of talk you will hear from a man operating with total confidence, at the top of his game. Seb is basically saying: Kimi is my good mate, but I don't need Ferrari's preferential treatment to thrash I would thrash every other teammate I face. Last year was a blip, after 4 consecutive world titles. I got married and we had a baby and I took my foot off the pedal, as Mark Webber wasn't really challenging me. If Ricciardo's fans still think he's a better driver than me, then they are entitled to their opinions. It's a free world :-)


August 30, 2015 2:21 AM

F1 » EXCLUSIVE - Ricciardo: Character building year has matured me

continued...... And to his credit, he has demonstrated that ruthlessness on track with his uncompromising overtaking moves. Still, there is a fine line between overtaking and pushing people off the track and "making enemies" on it. He is still developing and maturing as a driver and is not yet the finished article. But he will be. Soon. Like the top guys.


August 29, 2015 1:21 AM

F1 » Button wants Honda push on power before reliability

Getting rid of Button (with all his development/racing experience) for next season would just be another example of poor timing/decision-making on the part of MacHonda.... And I hear the blaze of glory argument...and agree. Imagine Alonso and Button running at the front, attacking and counter-attacking the Mercs and Ferraris, giving the fans a lot of exciting racing, lap after lap...and then blowing up spectacularly in a blaze of glory down the home straights at the same time...with about 10 laps to go!! And then parking it, climbing out and waving at all the grandstand fans together...and all the fans waving back and giving the "we are not worthy" salutes in their thousands! That will bring a smile to many faces watching at home. But I guess a man can dream :-)


August 30, 2015 2:19 AM

F1 » EXCLUSIVE - Ricciardo: Character building year has matured me

And you are right, loltron. He is a naturally upbeat, happy person. The trouble is that the intense world of F1 survival is not always a naturally upbeat and happy place. (He should just ask the battle-hardened Christian Horner). Plus he also chose to be in that world. Whether he likes it or not, he is currently their number 1 driver, so he needs a greater range of tools, to let the team or Renault know when he is not happy with their performance, or when he has an opinion on what he thinks the team should do, moving forward, with or without Renault. Maybe it already happens behind closed doors, I don't know, but he would find it hard to do if he always appears like he is happy no matter how many times he gets lapped by Lewis or Nico or Seb - when he really wants to be mixing it with them at the front and winning world titles. The intensity and ruthlessness required to win world titles sometimes demands more than just a happy smile. And to his credit, he has demonstrated that ruthles


August 29, 2015 12:49 AM

F1 » Max Chilton reveals Haas F1 talks

All jokes aside, let us hope that the Haas team (whoever they employ as drivers) will be "better prepared for the challenge" than MacHonda were!! Obviously they won't be podiuming anytime soon and they may be running at the back...but at least they will be running from race 1...not needing 3 or 4 races just to "turn a wheel" like Manor were this year!


August 21, 2015 7:31 PM

F1 » McLaren land 55 grid position penalties

It's really kind of difficult to keep posting eagerly on F1 topics, if you already know who the winner of every race is going to be...from the beginning of the season. Yes, one or two others might win a token race here or there, but it's hard to maintain the same level of enthusiasm all round, catching free practice, plus quali plus the race, when you. pretty much already know who the winner of the race is going to be. Even for hardcore fans like us on this forum...... And that is no Hamilton or Merc bashing of any kind. I started to feel the same way towards the end of 2013, when Seb was winning 9 or 10 races in a row...and Fernando was the only person giving him a hard time of it. The whole of F1 together needs to look at the package...TOGETHER! Not a strategy group full of people each fighting their own corner and for their own individual interest.

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