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April 10, 2011 11:50 PM

F1 » Gritty Webber makes best of a bad situation

a lot of bitterness on crash towards Webber. Fact is that he did not use KERS once during the race because it failed, meaning he was swamped at the start. To then recover from tenth into the first corner to finishing fourth is an amazing drive. His move on Massa was gutsy and full of finesse. I'd imagine that with KERS, he'd have been on the podium. Compare it to Hamilton and Alonso (probably the top two drivers in skill on the track) and how their days turned out with much fewer mechanical issues and it shows how Mark drove above himself yesterday.


April 08, 2011 8:41 AM

F1 » Webber sets early Sepang pace

Great to see Webber on a charge, doing well in P2 also, but to me the real story is Ricciardo. Beat Alguersuari by .03 of a second. Not a great deal, but for a guy with two seasons under his belt to be beaten by a test driver is pretty staggering, even if they are the same age. Ricciardo is a top talent, I can see Buemi should be looking over his shoulder at the moment.


March 24, 2011 7:00 AM

F1 » Webber on KERS and adjustable rear wing

I actually like KERS. It's commercially relevant, and it's also quite strategic. If a car is trying to pass another, the lead car uses KERS to cancel out the KERS of the second car, so the second car must try and bluff the first car into using KERS while retaining his own boost for later in the lap. However if the lead car keeps their boost in reserve, the second car can fly on by. Combined with some highly degradable tyres, it'll be a very strategic championship. When to take pit stops will be the most vital decision. There will almost certainly be safety cars in melbourne with all this new tech, so it's really anyones game.


February 22, 2011 8:04 AM

F1 » MP calls for Melbourne to ditch F1

As a Melbournian, I can tell you that F1 has MASSIVE support. The problem is that Albert park is now full of old farts and people who bought investment properties. Fifteen years ago, Albert Park was a crap suburb with no facilities and nothing to recommend it. When F1 came, the state and federal governments spent cash on the area to improve transport, sporting arenas, local buildings and general facilities. As such, property values rose and wealthier people moved in. Unfortunately, they are often old grumpy fools who are biting the hand that feeds. If F1 goes, state and federal governments will have no reason to contribute to the upkeep of transport, sporting arenas or the lakes area in general. It'll become choked and tarnished, meaning property dives and people will abandon the area. Without F1, Albert Park will return to being another irrelevant suburb with past glory.


February 05, 2011 7:37 AM

F1 » Geelong throws hat into Australian GP ring

Actually, it could work. The problem with F1 at Albert Park is that it was too successful. The increased facilities led to an increase in housing price, which led to self important muppets moving in and trying to get rid of the project that turned the area into what it is today. Moving it to Geelong would save loads of money. It'd also make Geelong a destination city, and with the amount of motorsport interest (Thanks to the Ford factory) there'd be a lot of local turnout to match the other visitors. Without F1, Albert park will tank and become just another run down suburb that used to be important.


December 30, 2010 10:23 AM
Last Edited 1356 days ago

F1 » We said, you said: F1 2010

Webber had a great year, and I'm a fan, but he was out performed when it mattered. I'd put Alonso and Kubica ahead of him. 3 crashes is irrelevant. It's where you finish that matters. If he'd crashed six times, but won the rest, he'd be a WDC, and that's a good year in anyone's books. He's a great driver, had a great year, but just couldn't put it all together in the end. Kubica's consistency in a second rate car shows his talent, and Alonso's second half effort shows his brilliance. If not for a bad pit choice, he'd have been WDC. Webber is probably the most popular, everyone loves seeing him do well as he's had it so hard for so long, but he was out driven in the end.

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