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July 08, 2012 3:11 PM

F1 » Webber wins F1 2012 British GP

Maldonaldo should look at the pass Webber executed on Alonso. Webber gave Alonso space to move, and Alonso gave him space when he tried to defend. It was a classy pass and superb driving from both of them, even when dicing for a championship. Maldonaldo however has become a liability. Getting overtaken around the outside and then running wide through a car is not what F1 is about. It was a terrible move from a driver who can do better. It is entertaining to have him in the race, but it's getting to the point where he is becoming dangerous.


July 01, 2012 1:19 AM

F1 » Webber has one goal for Silverstone

Raindance and Stan, is this the first time you've watched F1? For a start, Webber challenged for the championship in 2010, had a couple of things gone his way, he'd have won it, and he'd be considered in the same vein as Jenson Button. Secondly, he's won what is often considered the most prestigious and driver taxing GP in Monaco. Twice. An achievement that is second only to winning the WDC for most drivers. Thirdly, the good word is that he's already got a pre-contract with Ferrari next year. They'll probably promote Riccardo or Vergne to the main team and Massa will move to Williams or Sauber. in terms of driver ability at the moment, I'd put Webber behind Alonso, Vettel and Hamilton, but his grit and determination put him ahead of Button, Rosberg and the 2012 versions of Schumacher and Raikonnen. How many other drivers would get ill, still qualify, puke in their helmet and keep going (Not Glock anyway)? Or backflip a car and compete next race? He's earned everything he has. With a


January 19, 2012 4:44 AM

F1 » Your views: DRS, innovation or irritation?

For everyone yearning for a return to the halcyon days of unlimited development - it isn't going to happen. The only team that could justify the expenditure is Ferrari, as they could use some technology in their road cars, everyone else would be spending more than they'd make and go broke. So we have two choices: Use systems like design rules, to give everyone a level playing field and include failsafes like KERS and DRS to ensure that crap teams don't hold up the fast ones, or get rid of all the rules and watch Ferrari go around the track by itself.


January 17, 2012 3:54 AM

F1 »’s Racer of the Year vote: 1st

I'd agree with all the people saying Vettel should have been higher except for one thing, his mistake in Montreal. Giving in to the pressure on the final lap and allowing Button a victory puts him down a peg on Casey Stoner for my money. Plus, how many drivers win championships in their first year at a new team? It takes a supreme effort to adjust to new machinery, new support staff, new methodologies, new me, that puts him ahead of Vettel.

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