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June 11, 2015 2:30 PM

F1 » Arrivabene: We have drivers that can jump into a Ferrari


Much better than Gutierrez? Most of the time it's a case of drive around in circles at a pace your team says you should go and hope that you will end up in a good position at the end. Remember Magnussen getting a podium at his first race and then nowhere after that? Driver contribution is nothing like it used to be, bring back sprint racing not this endurance rubbish and it will highlight the best drivers.

slightlysideways

April 19, 2015 8:24 PM

F1 » Ecclestone: 1000bhp V6 must be affordable


Good Bernie is seeing the writing on the wall. For too long F1 has played goody goody with all the green jokers and for what benefit? F1 no longer amazes the masses. What the sport needs is fire spitting ridiculously fast and loud cars with minimal driver aids that are a thrill to hear and see like they have been in the past. And for those who say that road cars won't beneft, well maybe not but let's leave that to some other series as F1 is a far cry from the road car of today anyway. The 'pinnacle' of motor racing is at risk of dying out, do something Bernie!!!

slightlysideways

January 27, 2015 6:46 PM

WRC » Wilson: M-Sport has huge potential


Unfortunately I think this will be a bad year for m sport and the WRC in general. VW seem to have a fast reliable car with three drivers that only one, maybe 2 will run into trouble in an event with at least one driver going to win each rally. Ford have an ok car but the drivers are not quite at the level of Ogier and Latvala, and as for Citroen it's the same story. Tricky times for the WRC....


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