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November 21, 2014 8:43 AM
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F1 » Ferrari F1 move 'the dream of a lifetime' - Vettel

dickiebird: He lacked motivation and was clearly not interested in pushing the limits in an uncompetitive and highly unreliable car,.
Ah a true champion. Unlike Alonso who hasn't stopped pushing his Ferrari which this year is a lot worse than the RB. Truth is SV probably didnt want to look dafter with Ricardo beating him for a second season. I doubt he'll ever win a race with Ferrari let alone challenge for a title.
I would love to pin this comment for a later date! Lets ignore the facts. 4 consecutive WDC, 39 wins, 66 podiums, 45 poles,24 fastest laps and no less than 20 other F1 records at the moment. Doubt him at your own peril sir!
Well, we'll find out. While we're on the subject of facts, it remains that when he had the car that was the class of the field, he won. When it was not, Ricciardo completely outclassed him, and he didn't seem fazed. Look at Senna, Schumacher, Brabh


April 20, 2015 11:58 AM

F1 » Ricciardo onto fourth engine after blow-out

Easy solution: At Barcelona, use one engine for Practice 1, one for practice 2, and one for practice 3, do about 5 laps on each, then change to another for Qualifying. Drive around a bit and start from the back, but with three engines with next to no mileage, and only one race worth of penalties. Or, you know, get and engine that doesn't use more fuel for less power, then blow itself up.


April 05, 2015 1:41 PM

F1 » FIA willing to consider ‘all-female’ motorsport series

I don't have comprehensive data on me, but has there been a female who has won a junior grade championship, but has not advanced to the next level series? For the most part, if you win in Karting, you move up to cars, you win in junior formula, you move up through GP3 or Renault 2.5 or whatnot. If you can't beat a teammate in junior grades, you'll probably struggle in the higher grades. That's just a matter of promoting people based on merit, not gender, age or nationality (though economics do certainly come into it). If there was a female driver winning in the junior grades, it'd be crazy for a team not to sign her up, Bernie would probably tip some cash in too, as it effectively doubles his audience. It's just that we haven't seen that driver just yet, but she'll come some day soon. After all, plenty of former drivers have daughters, at least one of them should be able to blaze a trail.

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