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September 09, 2015 10:04 AM

F1 » Raikkonen praises Ferrari for ‘small steps’

benignlyindifferent: Perhaps you should visit Formula 1 website and watch his on camera opening lap before making comments that suggest he's tired. His opening lap is as good as any I have seen in the past 20 years.
Clearly you haven't watched much F1 then. Its not really hard to look good passing Manor's, McLarens and the like while driving the second fastest car on the grid. Raikkonen is nothing but a shadow of his former self - a very dull shadow. Ferrari made a huge mistake keeping him.
Yup, I have. For 20 years. I was at the Budapest race this year and watched he and Seb off to a magnificent start. Two of the cars were Manors but the others were not, and I suspect you haven't watched to video, because if you have, then you clearly know nothing about racing. BTW, I have 32 race wins in junior open wheel competition, something I am quite certain you do not.


September 07, 2015 3:34 PM

F1 » Arrivabene points finger at Raikkonen for bad start

Gawd, I cannot believe some of these posts! If Kimi erred, and it seems likely, it is one of a very few errors he has ever made at the beginning of a grand prix. Remember his start at Spa people? Seemed to go fairly well into the first corner as I recall. And as for resigning him for next year? Well, he out qualified his teammate and next ran from last to fifth in the race. He remains one of the very few top talents and Ferrari was wise to sign him for another year.


September 07, 2015 1:05 PM

F1 » Renault decision due in ‘next two weeks’

As noted earlier, Autosport and other news sources are reporting that Red Bull will part ways at the end of the season. Horner's comments, if made in the past day or so, surprise me. But really, Red Bull has been clear they want out and, if Renault do indeed buy Lotus, they would want to end the RB relationship too. I think Renault is delaying a bit to ensure they receive all of the advantages that a manufacturer is entitled to before coming back into the sport. And I think Mecedes will grudgingly supply Red Bull and perhaps Torro Rosso in the interests of the sport.


September 06, 2015 6:48 PM

F1 » McLaren keen but Button coy on 2016 deal?

RDix: Jenson has been offered what basically amounts to a blank check to join HAASF1. The team will be molded around him and development will be guided by his feedback if he accepts the offer. It may seem like a bad choice to some of you but I promise you HAAS will finish ahead of McLaren and their joke of a power unit next season in constructor points and Jenson will get a much greater sense of satisfaction having so much input into the development of a new team, more money certainly won't hurt his decision either. I doubt he forgets the way he was treated by McLaren last year so this is perfect Karma for Ron and the rest of McLaren/Honda.
How do you know this? Would be nice if it were true, but Renault is a team he drove for in the past and will be instantly competitive, if he is offered a ride with them.

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