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May 23, 2015 2:21 PM

F1 » Monaco Grand Prix – Qualifying results

I'm a little surprised by the performance of Red Bull, but Williams were a big disappointment. The race will be the usual procession unless someone can pull off a ballsy move. The only other chance is undercutting on pit stops. I think Lewis will most likely win with Nico close behind. Lewis will get first call on strategy so Nico is unlikely to get him during a pit stop unless Maldonado decides to bring out an early safety car.


May 23, 2015 1:57 AM
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F1 » Hamilton stays fastest before rain stops play

Gilles: BORING.............. SOS - write what you want and don't read too much into things. You will see the same people constantly on Lewis Hamilton stories slagging him off, they general call him Lulu, so very easy to spot them. Any balanced comments from both sides usually warrant a lot of agrees and disagrees.
Heeded. Because I'm a canuck and Gilles was a racing god to me. Never saw him race but my father talked about him constantly. Proud moment for us when Jacques won the WDC. That one I saw. Sorry, I don't even know if you chose Gilles because of him. Cheers, anyway.
Gilles was one of the most talented drivers to ever compete in F1. He had a never-give-up attitude (see the famous Zandvoort race). Respect !!!!


May 22, 2015 1:12 AM

F1 » Hamilton stays fastest before rain stops play

I'm just judging by current form. If Lewis bounces back this weekend, all credit to him. To beat someone who has a great record here will be impressive. I am noticing the two camps you have mentioned. They LOVE Lewis Hamilton around here. You can interpret that the way you see fit. They even have a nickname for him.
Just ignore the votes and feel free to express your opinion. I don't get caught up in the driver fanboy thing having followed the sport for 50 years and seen many great drivers and races. I really want teams like Ferrari and Williams to bridge the gap so that we can see great battles at the front but, sadly, it is unlikely to happen any time soon.


May 18, 2015 6:09 AM

F1 » Hamilton still amazed by Senna comparison

JohnMarston: On the topic of greatness, Here's a hypothetical question for everyone. Which 5 drivers, from any era, would you like to see race against each other. Same equipment, all in their prime. Mine would be- Senna, Fangio, Clark, Schumacher and G Villeneuve. I'd be interested to know if Hamilton even makes anyone's list. Thinking about mine, he probably wouldn't even make top 10.
Interesting question. I would swap Nuvolari for Schumacher and, if I could choose an era, I would choose the late 1970s.

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