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May 24, 2015 10:38 PM

F1 » Button, McLaren back in the points

Glad to see Jenson pick up the points (rather than Alonso). He seemed slightly embarrassed though, at the paddock interview, as he obviously knew that with an 80mph average speed on this circuit, his car was at least in the same race! His expression dropped when reminded about the next race in Canada (gulp!) I think his retention by McL this year will be justified.


May 24, 2015 11:57 AM

F1 » Raikkonen bemoans another qualifying slip up

Sorry all those Kimi fans... blind faith can be good in some situations, but not in support for this fading star..... outperformed by Alonso, outperformed by Vettel.. excuses, excuses.. it wouldn't surprise me if he doesn't throw another sickie soon! Or a frustrated lunge in overtaking resulting in a crash, resulting in bad back again... we could be seeing Hulk get his big chance - possibly before the season end!


May 22, 2015 5:33 PM

F1 » Hulkenberg blames ‘timing’ for missing top drive

Yes, sadly I think his "time" has come & gone..... 2 or 3 seasons ago he was the focus of a lot of attention, but I think he has been eclipsed by the likes of Verstappen, and Bottas, and even drivers like Ricciardo & Danny K.. As JJJ says, he hasn't exactly blown Perez away, has he? If he stays, I think he could well be one of those "nearly men" like Heidfeld and (going back a bit) Del Boy Warwick. Maybe time to jump into WEC full-time?


May 13, 2015 4:05 PM

F1 » Danica Patrick not ruled out of Haas F1 plans

Cris Zarate: The most over-rated driver regardless of sex... there are more qualified drivers out there, like likes of Kobayashi, Sutil or Van der guard... Even Susie Wolff would be a better choice, but since it's an American team, maybe their priority is an American driver.
Sutil, SUTIL ???? .....what have been smoking, mate? If DP can lug one of those big Yank Tanks around an oval at 200+mph, I think a current F1 car would seem like a Fiat Panda by comparison!!


May 11, 2015 12:39 PM

F1 » McLaren is scary to drive, says alarmed Button

You have to feel a bit for old Jenson... he must be wondering if staying in F1 was worth all this hassle! Talk about "deja-vue" ... driving an uncompetitive car around near the tail-enders, must seem like he's back at Honda, and maybe the Brawn title was just a dream! I think this will kill-off his F1 enjoyment for good. Go Le Mans next year, Jense... it's a good one to have on the CV, or maybe Super GT in Japan (the missus might like that!)?


May 09, 2015 3:15 PM

F1 » Wolff: I know what I am capable of…

So Ant Davidson .. 5' 4" and skinny, can drive a "tank-like" WEC car around circuits and events like 24hrs, 6hrs etc., and yet the similarly bodied Susie (who has at least, DTM experience), can't be taken seriously to drive an F1 car for 90mins ? As another poster states.. there are way too few females in the lower/alternative series anyway, so inevitably, Susie becomes the focus for attention. If we had a few more female GP2/3 winners, or podium finishers in T&R roles in F1 she might well be considered "average" or not-special.

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