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February 03, 2016 6:22 PM

F1 » Bob Bell back with Renault as chief technical officer

This is good news! Bell is a solid rock for this team to lean on. I think 2016 maybe a wash of a year given all the $ issues from 2015. However with all the pieces in place for the technical side, steady $, and big rule changes for 2017, I think Renault will be a force for 2017. I wish all the best for KM and JP. KM really deserves another crack and honestly I think he should be kept for 2017. JP deserves more than 1 season to prove his worth.


January 09, 2016 4:27 PM

F1 » Verstappen comparisons leave Sainz smiling

Carlito IMHO is doing well. I do not think he would be close to MV in points, but probably another 10 points would not be out of the question if not for the mechanical issues. While he may not have developed as fast as MV, he is growing his talents. 2016 will be another building block year for him and I see him at least doubling his points from 2015. Carlito might get to a top team as fast as MV will, but I believe he will not be too far behind. Perhaps a Williams if FM retires, or VB moves else where. Hell, he could be Ferrari's #2 if KR leaves.


December 23, 2015 12:57 AM

F1 » F1 Driver of the Year 2015 - 2nd

Max is definitely a talent for many years to come. He will no doubt find himself in a top team. A second season at STR will only fine tune his skills. More than likely after that he will off to a top team but the question is does RBR have first dibs on him? What will RBR have in 2017 is a huge question as well regarding engine and chassis? Will Newey design the 2017 RBR? Ferrari is a real possibility in 2017, but the question is will SV play along?


December 16, 2015 6:09 AM

F1 » F1 Driver of the Year 2015 - 10th

I am huge RG fan as many know on this site. I do not know if he posses what it takes to be a WDC, but would make a solid #2 at any of the top teams. As I note before 2013 is his breakout season. He proved with a good car under him he is a regular podium finisher. 2015 showed with an underfunded car he is still able to pull out great result. I know it is a pipe dream but I would love to see him land the 2nd seat at Ferrari once KR leaves. I know VB, MV are better choices in the long run as they can be groomed, but will they play the game knowing SV is #1. I think in that case, RG would be the perfect man. He played #2 to KR pretty well.


December 02, 2015 5:40 PM

F1 » Wolff threatens changes unless driver tensions end

First statement, I do not like LH. I do recognize that he is fast, he is a 3x WDC (although I would not count his 1st one really). That said, I feel NR maybe on the losing side of who might be shown the door. LH has the ultimate negotiation tool (slam the WDC title on the table). NR has shown good form the last few races, but he still had a few races where he just was sorta lost in 4th or 5th. What Merc need to decided is if they let LH go, who will come in, not cause an issue and still bring in the points for the constructors title because that is what matters. They could easily snatch Bottas. If NR is let go, who could they bring in that will play well with LH? Because anyone brought in will want equal equipment due to it being WDC car. Perhaps the Hulk or Perez could fit that bill?


November 21, 2015 8:01 AM

F1 » Sauber wary of Manor and Haas for 2016

Sauber use to be my fave mid field team, but with what has happened in the past 2-3 years they have fallen out of favor for me. Since they lost KK, Sauber have lost that "lovable" feel of a small team occasionally stealing something from the bigger teams to me. Since MK took over the team is just steadily declining. Really they should be a solid 6th place team maybe even 5th, but it is just sad what has happened to them. Nasr has shown flashes of good form, and I think he will improve next year. Ericsson is useless. 2nd season and beaten by a rookie. Keep Nasr, pick up K Mag or even Vandoorne. They are probably cheap and McL would be happy to give these youngsters F1 experience before they replace FA and JB.


November 25, 2015 2:52 AM

F1 » Grosjean aims to leave Lotus fighting

I am sure everyone is sick of hearing me praise RG, but I just genuinely like the guy. He has really matured as a race and really 2013 was the breakout/defining season for him. It is well known if you give him a good car he will no doubt stick it on the podium. Sadly though I think he will fall into the "nearly men" like Hulk and live in upper mid-field teams. 2014-5 are 2 seasons of waste for him. At 29 now, I do not believe any of the big teams will sign him. While I would love to see him replace KR when he decides to leave, it more than likely will not happen. VB, MV are more than likely candidates to take that seat as they will represent long term solutions alongside SV who himself is 28. The best I would hope for RG is he will take a seat a Williams if and when either of those guys leaves/retires.

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