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July 11, 2014 5:35 PM

F1 » Kate Walker: The Kimi conundrum for Ferrari

I think it safe to say that no one questions Kimi's talent. Having the car built toward you means a lot, and when you go in knowing it's not, then you get disenchanted pretty quick. IMHO Kimi made the move back due to seeing the sinking ship of Lotus. He made the best of a bad situation. As for RG beating him in the latter of 2013...I know I wouldn't be driving that hard if I wasn't getting paid. Kimi knows he's good, but even better he knows everyone else knows he's good so Kimi doesn't have to prove anything to anyone.


July 04, 2014 5:06 PM

F1 » Raikkonen expects to retire after 2015

Sad to see Kimi say this. His comments are priceless and will surely be missed. Kimi is no fool. He saw the sinking ship that was Lotus with all their $ worries end of 2013 and knew to jump. It just happen to be at the right time when Ferrari were giving Massa the boot. All the other top teams had confirmed their driver line up by then as well. With the start of 2014 being a crap shoot as to which time would be on top due all the technical regs, IMHO Kimi went for the biggest paycheck. Kimi is a racer not a stat chaser. He doesn't care about beating records or count how many WDCs he's won. Even though he's said he's retiring, IMHO, Kimi at 90% is better than others at 110%


May 26, 2014 2:55 PM
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F1 » Hamilton: I wish you could see the data

I'm glad Nico won. If anything Lulu is even a dirtier player, using an overboost engine map in Spain Nico wasn't allowed to and not telling him till after the fact. Truth is, Lulu is a dirty player who wants to win no matter how unfair he has to do it. This victory is justification for Nico. I'd let Lulu win the first 5 races of the year if it meant I could always win Monaco. To Lulu...karma sucks doesn't it!


May 23, 2014 9:21 PM

F1 » Kate Walker: Sport requires a level playing field

In this panel: RBR, Merc, McLaren, Ferrari. They all use F1 as a marketing tool since they more likely than not ran by corporations that make probably make the majority of their $ else where. Really it is a cheap way to market. You get basically 2 hours of broadcast time which if broken out is about 240 30 second ads. The Superbowl runs about 4M$ for a 30 second spot. If you were to buy 240 spots in the Superbowl that wound run about 960M$. I'm not sure any F1 team has that kind of budget. As for Williams, they're based on racing, not really making super cars like McLaren so I don't know how they'll fair as we move forward. Lotus I'm not sure.

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