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May 07, 2013 2:04 PM

F1 » Wolff: Kubica 'helping' Mercedes

Provided he is medically OK to race in F1, those people saying "things have changed in F1 since he left" as an excuse to why he would fail need look no further than Kimi. Kubica is a real loss to F1 if he decides to never come back. Easily had/has the potential to push for a WDC at the right team and a lot of the "smaller" teams would be trying everything they could to get him in one of their cars.


October 25, 2011 2:05 PM

F1 » New Jersey set to host second US GP

Considering the size of the US I can see why its getting two races. That is the only reason. The US has never taken to F1, yet country's like the UK (how many teams are based there now?) and Italy who have legions of fans and could undoubtedly sell out 5 races each a season. Have to make do with 1 (and the UK nearly lost that!). Money, money, money - sorry US fans I hope this fails.


October 19, 2011 2:37 PM

F1 » Renault ready to wait longer for Kubica

Kubica is quality, he will walk back in to this team. But Surely it doesnt make any sense to replace Senna? He's been on the money since he joined, and im sure brings in a good amount of sponsorship cash. Petrov brings in cash too I suppose. But realistically Rubens brings nothing but experience (a lovely guy, legend of the sport - but come on) My line up would be Petrov, Senna. With Kubica replacing the lowest ranked when hes fit (I suspect Petrov).

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