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August 29, 2014 11:26 AM
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F1 » New chassis for Vettel in Monza

richard: elswagger/rgt. shows how little you are aware of in f1. vettel is behind on points due to the myriad of problems that he has suffered this year. he has had a good car in only two races so far. look at practice and still gets 3rd on grid. races with a car that has guestimated settings copied fron ricciardos car, and possibly a cracked chassis. still comes fifth, passing three cars on the last lap. not too shabby. at least he didnt moan about his teammate, nor did he want to park the car.
he has had problems but race wise he has only looked better at Malaysia, everywhere else excluding Spain, Monaco, Germany that put either driver in a position outside of their control, Ricciardo has comfortably dominated. not to mention in all 3 Race wins Vettel simply was outdriven, Spa was a Destroying and regardless of the lack ofrunning the gap was Still unacceptably large. I hope you know they are replacing this chassis because they are simply


August 29, 2014 10:13 AM

MotoGP » Marc Marquez clears up F1 talk

JedPB67: A couple of you have said that F1 is a joke with it's constant rule changes and heavy politics to which I agree. However top level motorcycle riders in Moto2 and WSB can learn a lot from F1 drivers. I'm sick of hearing "I'll only go to MotoGP if I get a decent bike", why do they think it's their god-given right to recieve a race winning bike because they are one of the best in another championship? You have to prove yourslef in the class you race in, which is how F1 drivers get to where they are. The only driver I can think of who went straight into a big team is Hamilton and even then he came through their young driver program from a young age, everyone else came through Minardi, Toro Rosso, HRT, Sauber, etc. all midfield teams at best.
considering all the current top riders got handed Top equipment on their rookie years its understandable, only Stoner out of the top riders in recent history started with mediocre machinery.


August 22, 2014 5:56 AM

F1 » Vettel: Unfair to compare me with Ricciardo

here4thesun2: I would love to see a charity autocross where all the current F1 drivers, and a few of the former and future knocking at the door, run on a well known track with a Red Bull F1 car. Any year - get in set a time and see where you stack up. This could provide results similar to Luizi winning a charity go kart event or de Cesaris giving it a run over Prost and Senna, yet with grown-up cars. RB have been the benchmark over the last 5 years - not more than. It would be great to have everyone measure up against one another. Then we can have these theoretical discussions with a little more scientific method applied. Until then, there is much to attribute to the discrepancy.
I think you would see it being very mixed since those cars are soo much different on a surface none usually race on, the best thing would be to have them all in GP2 or similar open wheelers on a race track and let em race with equal machinery on what they race on usually.

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