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April 13, 2015 11:55 AM

F1 » Rosberg explains Hamilton criticism

Nico is unhappy that Lewis by backing him up into Vettel, meant he didn't have the capacity to pass Lewis at the end of the Race. All I can say is Lewis is smarter than I had credited him for. That is called thinking strategically. F1 racing is not just about absolute speed, it also involves having a brain and driving smart. If that is what Lewis was doing, well done. He has gone up in my book.


April 24, 2015 5:53 AM

F1 » Ricciardo ‘no different’ despite Red Bull slump

H4tS2, One significant difference is that Dan does not have a car at the moment in which his team mate is able to get podiums and wins in. Seb simply didn't manage to mentally adjust to the sudden loss of competiveness last year and did not meet his own very high standards. I don't think that can be said of Dan this year, since there is no basis to suggest the car can do any better than what he has been achieving in it.


April 14, 2015 2:49 PM

F1 » Horner ‘understands’ Red Bull quit threat

richard: oh for goodness sake! any sponsor is entitled to quit the sport if they find that it is no longer commercially viable. vodafone quit. was their an outcry? no. because tha had not invested so heavily as red bull had. without red bull, we would only have 16 cars on the grid, and two ailing teams would have disappeared. redbull sponsor a lot of extreme sports and have set up a fabulous air race series, as well as global world rallycross. they do it not to win, but to market their product. they went the extra mile with buying two teams. they have won 4 wdcs. they resurrected the a1 ring. they have brought many aspiring racers to world prominence. in fact, they have done far more for f1 than any other team bar ferrari. and i dont even like the stuff,but i acknowledge their vast input to f1.
Well said.


April 13, 2015 12:22 PM

F1 » Rosberg explains Hamilton criticism

serious4play: The all new F1, go slow and win the race!! This is why this sport has turned into a borefest. I look forward to, but doubt that we will ever get back to, the great racing days of Senna, mansell, Schumacher, hakkinen etc, when we seen real racing, real passing and drivers who actually drove a car not controlled by electronics to win the race.
S4P, I would be reasonably confident that at least 3 of those mentioned would never have sat behind Lewis passivley waiting for their tyre strategy to kick in, allowing him to back them up. It might have turned into fireworks, but isn't that what you want.


April 13, 2015 5:28 AM

F1 » Wolff: Lewis didn’t slow on purpose

rob01: The leader of the race can do as he pleases. The team also said Lewis didn't know the gaps. And that it was not on purpose. nico yelling to the media is out of line and can not be tolerated by his team. The merc number 2 is going to need another talking to.
Totally agree. If Lewis considered it was in his interests to slow up at the front then Nico had to deal with it. Within the Rules, Lewis is entitled to adopt whatever strategy he considers is needed to win not just the race but the championship. If we had heard this complaint from Lewis we would have all jumped on it, me especially. Nico is fraying at the edges.

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