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May 18, 2015 2:21 AM

F1 » Hamilton still amazed by Senna comparison


Senna was Senna and Hamilton is Hamilton. There is nothing to compare because they are different drivers from different eras. Statistics don't mean anything when the circumstances are so different. For me, personally, I consider Jim Clark and Ayrton Senna to be the most talented drivers I have seen. Unfortunately I didn't get to see Fangio. Everyone will have different drivers they consider the most talented. The idea of saying this or that driver was or is better is really down to each person's own subjective criteria.

Objective

May 16, 2015 12:22 AM

F1 » F1 refuelling return proposed for 2017


This is stupid. I would prefer that they keep the current fuel allowance and fuel flow limitation but let the manufacturers develop whatever engine they want. It would be great to see what types of engines are designed with the fuel restrictions in mind. At least it could potentially encourage the development of a number of "economical" engines that would liven up the competition. Also reduce downforce and increase tyre durability. I would love to see the cars powersliding through corners while relying on mechanical grip to get the power down.

Objective

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.

Objective

May 08, 2015 10:40 AM

F1 » Spanish Grand Prix – Free practice results (1)


It looks like the teams may still be in much the same order although it's hard to know what programs they were running. It's kind of weird to see Susie Wolff faster than Alonso even if times don't mean much at this point. The changes to the various teams' cars won't really be apparent until after FP3. I just hope that things close up a little so we can see some real racing.

Objective

April 19, 2015 4:36 AM
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F1 » Bahrain Grand Prix - Qualifying results


MrJones85:
richard:
MrJones85: You know it's really funny some people just refuse to recognize what a great driver Lewis Hamilton is.
Funny some people just refuse to recognize what a great driver seb is ! he is in a car that is inferior to what lulu and nico has, yet is driving it beyond its true standing. and he has brought kimi along with him. i dont know how lulu can be classed as great, as he has not done anything yet to prove he is enitled to such an accolade.
They're both great drivers along with Alonso. The only reason I bigup Hamilton more is because he gets more grief than any other driver on this website.
I agree. I hate the whole fanboy thing. I am concerned that a sport I have followed most of my life is going to die because it is being regulated out of existence.

Objective

April 19, 2015 1:45 AM

F1 » Bahrain Grand Prix - Qualifying results


MrJones85: I want to know what in the world has happen to the pole position king from last year Nico Rosberg? I'm starting to believe Hamilton lost that trophy and Rosberg didn't really win it. He looks very ordinary this year. I have to say it he is a #2 DRIVER!
I think that in most elite sports it is hard to maintain the necessary focus all the time. We can look at the year Lewis had in 2011 and the one Vettel had last year and now it seems that Nico is having an "off" season. Only time will tell if he can bounce back. That is one reason there is so much demand for sports psychologists to work with elite sportsmen.


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