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Mustafur

July 19, 2014 5:25 AM
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F1 » Hamilton fastest as Ricciardo closes gap


sky1: Liverpool fc of the 70s and eighties were not as dominant as the Manchester united side of the 90s and the millennium, never the less Liverpool of the mentioned era were still dominant. See where I'm going?
Not comparable because its a different era. This howver is, the Williams was consistently over 1.5 seconds faster then any other car at every round, the Redbull only managed to be a second faster at a handfull of tracks in the entire 4 years they won both titles. Not to mention in 2010 Webber did come 3rd but he was closer then Patrese was to ever getting a World title, the simple number of placing was just due to how.Competitive 2010 was , certianly more then a season dominated by a williams that could virtually drive it self to a World title it had that many Driver aids.

Mustafur

July 18, 2014 6:11 PM

F1 » Hamilton fastest as Ricciardo closes gap


I think webber was better then those other second drivers, just he wasn't adaptable, i mean he did manage a championship effort in 2010. Alot of people seem to be putting the ricciardo performance as a lack of vettels ability, but it could very well mean that vettel was that good but Ricciardo is just at another level, you can't say Vettels STR year wasn't Impressive, its all speculation one way or another.

Mustafur

July 18, 2014 6:18 PM

F1 » Hamilton fastest as Ricciardo closes gap


sky1:
nickw: Webber was at the latter end of his career, and a number two in all but name. There have been lots of examples of drivers, who are "officially" on equal terms, but in reality, they have never had a fair chance, and I think they subconsciously slide into that role. Webber was a ok driver, but sits in the same group as the likes of Thierry Boutsen, Gerhard Berger and Riccardo Patrese. Good on their day, but a majority of their drives, uninspiring and very forgettable.
Sorry, Riccardo Patrese did what a good number two does, bring home a dominant car like the FW14B in second place in the championship. The No 2 driver at Red Bull racing did not the same when driving the dominant Red Bull 7&9.
Lol if you think any Redbull was as dominant as the FW14B.


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