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May 27, 2013 12:16 PM

F1 » Perez lays blame at Raikkonen’s door

'when other drivers realised that sutil or perez were making a pass, they took avoiding action' right so if someone is trying to take a place, give it up easily so you don't crash? Seriously? Kimi trusted Perez not to crash into him and back off. He trusted him to not make such an unreasonable move. Schumacher tried the same thing last year at the same corner last year (incidentally also against Kimi) and he backed off knowing it wouldn't stick, knowing a collision would be inevitable. Ask yourself, do you honestly think Perez could've made that corner? In the position his car was in, he would almost have to stop to make that turn. WIth hindsight, Kimi should've known it was Perez and just let him go because with that speed, he would've gone straight over the chicane and give the place back. But he is a racer, I doubt his instinct is to just let him pass with no fight.


May 27, 2013 12:08 PM

F1 » Perez lays blame at Raikkonen’s door

@slayer I suspect you may be trolling but I'm a glutton for punishment. The argument that Perez was 'entertaining' is stupid. Kimi overtook 3 cars in 2 laps, just FOM preferred to show Rosberg cruising to victory... Perez' idea of racing is place your car in a stupid place and hope the other person avoids a crash. It is dangerous. I agree with the comment before, if this were 70's era racing, Perez wouldn't walk away from such a crash so easily, and perhaps wouldn't take so much of a stupid gamble. Maybe he can be fast, but he needs his head screwed on a bit tighter.


April 16, 2013 1:13 AM

F1 » ‘Clued up’ Lotus avoids repeat of Shanghai tyre surprise

@Tealeaf In terms of pure speed, I agree, Kimi is faster, but I think Raikkonen's consistency is better than Alonso's coming back to F1. He did fizzle out towards the end of last season, but I think that was because Lotus were losing the development race. I also don't think he capitalised in the first few races due to rustiness, before the dev race properly started in Europe. Alonso is a better all rounder in that he makes the best of a bad situation. He is also I think more aggressive when it comes to overtaking than Raikkonen. The DNF's are what cost him last year. Kimi is definitely looking better this year, as is Alonso, but Red Bull won the development race last year and that won them the title, I wonder if the same will hold true this year.

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