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August 20, 2014 12:52 PM

F1 » Lotterer confirmed at Caterham

Caterham seem to be grasping at straws... getting desperate... maybe they're not that impressed with KK (?) Yes, I know everyone on here is singing his praises, but why KK and not Ericsson? I'm sure they could "drop" Ericsson for one race without upsetting his sponsors? I'd have thought that would have been the obvious option if anything... (to Strider.. KK hasn't been given his P45.. it's only a one-off )


August 19, 2014 3:07 PM

F1 » Lotterer set to replace Kobayashi at Caterham

Kamui, RUN, don't walk, to IndyCar. He will make some quick fans with his style and you need to be aggressive to move to the front in those cars at those tracks. He should be able to click away the positions. American exposure, goods tracks, series making a comeback. Good advice... they'd love KK over there... look at Sato, 2 or 3 seasons and he's a front-runner now. F1 has become too fickle.. there are lots of other series which are gaining in popularity & coverage. Ok, Caterham was looking like a plausible option at the end of last season, and even Kovalainen was after another drive there, so can't really blame KK for having a go It all looks a bit flaky at Caterham now.. grasping at straws? I'd settle for an Indy podium over an F1 dnf anyday!


August 12, 2014 9:48 PM

F1 » Marussia not focused on Sauber, says Bianchi

Level-headed & realistic statement.... it's got that dread feel of inevitability about it though.. Sauber are almost certain to score points soon.. even if it's just a 9th or 10th place in a few races, they will overhaul Marussia. Pity they (Marussia) can't find that little extra pace while Sauber (and even Lotus) are on the back-foot performance & reliability wise... still, you never know, Sauber may not make progress or suffer a few DNF's to negate any pace they find?


August 08, 2014 1:21 PM

F1 » Button: No reason to want to change

Yes, I think he's probably best leaving McLaren even though he once said he'd finish his career there. All drivers need a fresh challenge (or just a new team) eventually, and I thinks it's time for JB to move-on. There was this chat about his "japanese connection" (ie his girlfriend) and Honda but it could be that neither side is really interested in that angle anyway - at best it's only a tenuous marketing link. Williams could be his best bet... not as a swap for Bottas, but a replacement for miserable Massa. Bottas would be ill-advised to jump ship just as Williams seem to be on-the-up, but I do think Massa with his sudden black-outs and surly attitude needs to go.


August 10, 2014 1:11 PM

F1 » Rossi reveals Haas talks

Haas will of course pick a proven driver (probably not American!) as his No.1 but keep to his dream of at least one driver being from the USA. Rossi needs race time as well as just his reserve duties next year... he was hired for his American connection, so he could be a more "useful" driver than M4X even if he isn't much quicker .....

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