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janhein

December 24, 2014 9:01 PM

F1 » F1 Driver of the Year 2014: 1st


Taipan:
janhein: continued i remember him doing better than a certain michael schumacher, who had 7 wdcs under his belt at the time.
Michael also had 40 odd years under his belt and 3 years of retirement, or don't you think that was a factor? sure those are factors, but rosberg was quicker. quicker than schumacher, two years in a row i think?

janhein

December 24, 2014 8:12 PM

F1 » F1 Driver of the Year 2014: 1st


107SS2009:
janhein:
107SS2009: Anybody from on the 2014 grid would have been in with a good chance of winning the 2014 championship. The WO5 rendered it's drivers irrelevant.
irrelevant, ha ha. pretty good scrabble word though.
Do you think it would have made any difference to the WO5 dominance with anybody from on the present grid in the driving seat?
it would not have made a difference regarding the dominance of the car, but that other driver would still have had to beat rosberg.

janhein

December 24, 2014 8:07 PM

F1 » F1 Driver of the Year 2014: 1st


Taipan:
LoveF1:There were so many situations where Lewis could have put a foot wrong but didnt. He demonstrated his full maturity as a driver and claimed the championship with loads to spare at the end. The double points scenario could have thrown him in previous years but he held his nerve and grabbed the initiative from Rosberg on so many occasions in different races. then Lewis also definitely smashed Rosberg. No, Rosberg may not be a 4-time world champ, but he's no slouch and he WAS driving that Merc. Lewis can only destroy whichever teammate he is given and he did that convincingly.
Smashed Rosberg, destroyed Rosberg, won with loads to spare, really Love Rules? You do realise that if it had been Lulu's car that died at the last race Rosberg would have been champion? All Lulu did was narrowly beat a driver who's won very little in his time in F1 and never been rated as one of the best.
i remember him doing better than a certain

janhein

December 24, 2014 8:01 PM

F1 » F1 Driver of the Year 2014: 1st


LoveF1: I'm probably the exception here but I don't think Dan is the driver of the year. I think Lewis is! There were so many situations where Lewis could have put a foot wrong but didnt. He demonstrated his full maturity as a driver and claimed the championship with loads to spare at the end. The double points scenario could have thrown him in previous years but he held his nerve and grabbed the initiative from Rosberg on so many occasions in different races. And if people are arguing that Dan smashed Vettel (which he may have done), then Lewis also definitely smashed Rosberg. No, Rosberg may not be a 4-time world champ, but he's no slouch and he WAS driving that Merc. Lewis can only destroy whichever teammate he is given and he did that convincingly.
i agree, but because he was only racing rosberg i think ricciardo deserves this title just a little more.

janhein

December 24, 2014 7:53 PM

F1 » F1 Driver of the Year 2014: 1st


Taipan:
TenaciousC: Obviously there are less "one eyed fanboys" out there than some on here try and ram down everyone's throats.
There are plenty of one eyed fanboys but thankfully not enough to make their idol an undeserving winner on this poll.
i thought that was directed at you too. i would love to hear you explain why only the brainiest drivers had a chance in the 2014 season. ricciardo wiped the floor with a 4 time wdc and thoroughly deserves driver of the year.

janhein

December 17, 2014 6:50 PM

F1 » Ecclestone calls for F1 power unit to be dropped


how is the dominance of the mercedes power unit a problem? with different engine makers there will always be a difference and that is the way it is supposed to be. everybody should be allowed to keep developing their power unit though. freezing engine development effectively shuts down part of the constructors championship. changing to different engines after one year of these new power units means wasting all the money that was invested in the current hybrids. how can anybody seriously suggest it would be a good idea to just throw away all those millions and try something else?


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