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Kozeyekan

July 04, 2014 2:58 PM

F1 » Ricciardo surprised by results against Vettel


CommodoreS:
rob01: Dan may be surprised but I don't think the fans are surprised at all.
Neither am I. This kid is the real deal. It that is termed as nationalistic jingoism so be it. Vettel may be having a bad year but both he and Raikkonen are struggling with Front end grip due to the downforce of the New Generation cars and need to drive around it. I don't think that is unreasonable from Drivers of this calibre
I remember seeing Ricciardo drive in Renault 3.5, and I thought he was decent there. It could be that driving the HRT sh!tbox helped him experiment and compensate for car flaws? I don't know if he can win a WDC, but he certainly deserves to be in the running for one if he gets the right car under him,

Kozeyekan

May 25, 2014 1:33 AM

F1 » Ricciardo ‘could have been much closer’


I have no idea why the press aren't leaping on Ricciardo. He's out qualified a 4x World Champ in 4/6 races so far, and beaten him on the track in the last three races (though Vettel did brilliantly to finish 4th in Spain). Webber would have been happy if he had a start to a season like this. Only time will tell, but surely this is beyond what anyone expected Ricciardo to do. He's just a little bit of luck away from his 1st F1 win, and with Monaco, Safety cars and a bit of questionable weather, he might be able to get it in 12 hours time.

Kozeyekan

April 19, 2014 3:25 PM

F1 » Ricciardo: No added pressure in podium chase


hiroshi: This is going to start playing mind games on Seb. I hope for a Ricciardo win tomorrow. I have no doubt he can be a race winner this year if they catch up a bit in development.
He's showing phenomenal pace to not just stick with Vettel, but to BEAT him in qualifying. Especially when Seb is known as a great qualifier. Vettel has dominated in the best car for a few years, how he handles being in the second best car will define him as a great driver, or just one who got lucky with a good ride.

Kozeyekan

July 30, 2012 12:43 PM

F1 » Horner: Don't criticise us for being creative


Rob, cheating is breaking the rules. Red Bull is bending them. There are innovations every year that bend the rules. The F-duct, Blown diffusers, engine mapping, rim discs, everything from the days of active suspension to the new variants of KERS. If you're not innovating, you're losing. RBR are looking for any and every advantage, even if it goes against the spirit of the rules, but to be honest, those are the guys I'd want on my team. Hungry, Ambitious and driven. RBR's 'violations' have largely been up to interpretation. Were they holes in the floor or dimples? Anyway, every team looks to get an advantage. RBR are just better at it at the moment.

Kozeyekan

July 27, 2012 11:53 AM

F1 » De Villota discharged from Spanish hospital


Hopefully she can recover and find a way to move forward. Might sound harsh, but you'd think F1 would be beyond her now. Sad, but a reminder that motorsport at any level is always dangerous. Regardless, sad that she was hurt, but great news that she is not suffering any neuro damage. Here's hoping she can make a good recovery and that there are no complications, and she can get on with living her life.

Kozeyekan

July 27, 2012 11:48 AM

F1 » Vettel denies labelling Hamilton 'stupid'


Considering he says he is not complaining and that he did not call Hamilton "stupid", he seems a bit confused. After all, he DID use the word "Stupid" in describing Lewis and his actions, and he DID and IS complaining about the whole situation. Poor little lad seems to be getting a little frazzled. If he handles the pressure and manages to capture some more silverware, he'll be a legend. Fail and he's just a very good driver in the best car of the era.

Kozeyekan

July 10, 2012 8:42 AM

F1 » Early laps cost me my chance, says Vettel


Vettel is a talent, no doubt. His ability to qualify well when the pressure is down is astounding, yet, a bit of moisture and he struggled this time. In fairness, his first win was in the wet, so he's no slouch, but he's unlikely to inherit Schuey's "Rain Meister" title, or repeat Senna's overtake of 5 cars in one wet lap (especially considering that was at Donnington) I love wet qualifying. The technology is taken out of it and the driver has to 'feel' for when to push and when to hold the line. Also great to see that Webber was able to hang with Schumacher and Alonso, two of the best wet weather drivers in the field.


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