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July 28, 2015 12:00 AM

F1 » Rosberg on Ricciardo clash: The corner was mine


ProfessorX:
107SS2009: Profs, There was no way for any overtake for the first three on that track at that time unless a mistake and or a banzai move was made.
that is the difference between someone who does what they are told, and someone who goes for it :) Cheers. Psych 101. It's a mentality thing Sunny. btw, Nico has done the dive+block pass many times in the last year and a half. The only problem is Nico assumed he would get his way, instead of earning it like his team-mate.
Earning it like his team mate? Very few drivers (if any) actually even attempted to challenge Lulu on his 'charge' from 13th through to 6th, purely due to them knowing that W06 is that much quicker... Even in the early stages, it was only really Massa who made any definite move to block him on his initial charge to 5th... There is no earning anything in the W06 (or the W05 for that matter) it is purely an over dominant car...

MaddMe

July 26, 2015 3:30 PM

F1 » Vettel stuns to win dramatic Hungarian GP


Russell13: Great race, Hamilton was as messy as Maldonado, good drive from vettel, disappointing for Kimi will be unfair if he loses his seat now
I think Kimi's seat is gone and had been decided a while ago... Hamilton given another starting masterclass, gets harder for him too now with no team input allowed for the clutch settings, before running himself off the track (and laying blame to Rosberg). Slamming Ricardo (surprised he didn't try and blame Riccardo for that one)... A bit of bad luck for both Riccardo and Rosberg at the end, but, this was just purely a racing incident.... Let's hope Ferrari get it together over the next 3 weeks and push aha,ilton out of the championship contention and for McLaren to get it together to finish the season strongly... Best race of the season so far...

MaddMe

July 27, 2015 12:28 PM

F1 » Rosberg on Ricciardo clash: The corner was mine


here4thesun2: Nico's front tire were already inches off the speed bumps before Ricciardo turned in. If Ricciardo held his line - driving along the speed bumps - and waited until Rosberg was clear, he could have pulled off the bumps in and in behind. Take a look at this video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Ws6y7ULEcc At the 3 sec mark, DR is driving towards the speed bumps. At the 4 sec, mark he is on the bumps and Rosberg has the line and the position. Just before DR turns into NR, DR steers away to avoid the contact, then turns back in. Conscious move.
DR didn't change direction (except stopping within the corner) until after Nico had made contact... Watch the in car footage of DR, you will see the contact and then the move. The only other movement is where DR was stopping on the kerb and holding the corner...

MaddMe

July 27, 2015 10:24 AM

F1 » Hamilton primed to ascend all-time lists in Hungary


JedPB67:
MaddMe: So, the Gret Pretender continues his march.... Until he does something similar in a car that isn't so dominating, that is all he is, a 2nd rate driver in an over dominant car!
Because the Ferrari of Schumacher was never the vastly superior car, or the McLaren's of Senna and Prost in the late eighties, how about the 4 years of Red Bull and Vettel... Every driver at the head of these statistical lists all drive/drove dominant cars.
Senna got 2nd place in his first season of F1 driving a Toleman, which in perspective is like the Manor of today... Prost, Mansell and Schumacher all did very well racing in uncompetitive cars also... This current Mercedes is over dominant, which is proven time and time again, having a car qualify 0.5 seconds clear is a pretty good indicator of an over dominant car too... Any driver on the grid could put either of those cars on a podium...

MaddMe

July 26, 2015 4:07 PM

F1 » Vettel stuns to win dramatic Hungarian GP


George Zaidan: How can mechanical problems be the final nail to Kimi's demise? Are people reading what they write or just salivating about their favorite driver taking Kimi's seat?
I don't envy any driver taking the second Ferrari seat. I personally feel that as a team they favour a dominant prime driver (such as Schumacher, Alonso, Vettel) and a supporting 2nd driver (Barricello, Massa, Raikenon)... I feel that all this carrot dangling that Kimi has been offered with regard to his contract is merely a facade and the decision has been made already that he isn't going to be the prime driver next year... I personally would like to see Kimi stay in F1 and also feel he deserves a good seat where he stands a chance of another championship....

MaddMe

July 26, 2015 12:53 PM

F1 » Hamilton primed to ascend all-time lists in Hungary


MrJones85:
Ptolemy: I think Bernie and Jean Todt are intentionally killing F1 in order to solidify their own eras as the greatest in history. The "Golden Age" thing. What they want is going to happen apparently. I've certainly "tuned off" to F1. It has become a joke.
That just proves you were truly never a fan. Times change and people change. It has nothing to do with trying to kill f1. Change is inevitable good or bad.
This current guise of F1 is try far the worst in the 35 years I have been watching... Even the drivers are starting to say how boring it is for them too..,

MaddMe

July 26, 2015 3:52 PM

F1 » Vettel stuns to win dramatic Hungarian GP


MrJones85:
MaddMe:
Russell13: Great race, Hamilton was as messy as Maldonado, good drive from vettel, disappointing for Kimi will be unfair if he loses his seat now
I think Kimi's seat is gone and had been decided a while ago... Hamilton given another starting masterclass, gets harder for him too now with no team input allowed for the clutch settings, before running himself off the track (and laying blame to Rosberg). Slamming Ricardo (surprised he didn't try and blame Riccardo for that one)... A bit of bad luck for both Riccardo and Rosberg at the end, but, this was just purely a racing incident.... Let's hope Ferrari get it together over the next 3 weeks and push aha,ilton out of the championship contention and for McLaren to get it together to finish the season strongly... Best race of the season so far...
Correction, it will get harder for all the drivers.
I never said the starts weren't about to get harder for all the drivers, but, the Merc duo both appear to be losing massively at the starts recently, hence me saying it was only going to be uphill for them....

MaddMe

July 21, 2015 11:37 PM

F1 » F1 bids farewell to Jules Bianchi


I have to admit, that after the initial couple of months, I suspected that Jules was going to be the next F1 death and brings back the reminder that no matter how 'safe' F1 has become there is always (as with all motor racing formulas) the same inherent dangers... Sadly his name will be forever engraved in our hearts and minds for all the wrong reasons as he joins the list that holds many drivers names... He is another great talent lost, taken before he had the opportunity to properly prove himself... Rest in Peace Jules...


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