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October 23, 2013 3:40 PM

F1 » Ferrari would have signed Kubica

The "logic" of subjective argument rages on.... He only won one race. Is that because he had a race-winning car, but didn't deliver on its potential? Or because he didn't have the car to do it with? Is a driver that wins most of the races just a good driver and the others just rubbish? If you don't rate a driver, is that because you know more than an F1 team that rates him enough to place him "under consideration" for a seat?? And so it goes on....


October 20, 2013 11:46 PM

F1 » Walker: Vettel is one of the greats

My driver is better than yours. Yours is good because he's in the best car and mine is good because he is simply good. He is simply the best! These arguments will rage and rage. I personally think that the only way you can decide on the best driver is if they all left their machines behind and ran the length of the circuit in their overalls, sweating and puffing, man against man! LOL Having said that, up and down the grid, some drivers may show a bit more commitment than others, spend more time at the factory with their engineers, be slightly more technically minded at giving feedback to the engineers, physically train harder, spend less time with girls and living the lifestyle, etc etc. In terms of overall driving talent, the differences between them are too minimal to warrant some of the heated arguments we sometimes get on internet forums. And I am only talking about the paid drivers, not the paying ones. However, the arguing is all part of the fun and intrigue of the sport :-)

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