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November 07, 2015 9:59 PM

F1 » Vettel: I’ll have a lot more input at Ferrari in 2016

George Zaidan: Like I said before rob, Ricciardo's name only comes up only when Vettel's name is mentioned in the same sentence, that's a really great way to flaunt a career NOT. Count them, three total career wins to his name, BTW what has he done this year against his junior team mate this year? They are both driving the same car aren't they?
Here's a fact that is telling in and of itself. In just this year alone, Vettel has more podiums than Riccardo has had during his entire F1 career to date.


November 07, 2015 10:02 PM

F1 » Vettel: I’ll have a lot more input at Ferrari in 2016

richard: yeah. it got him a ferrari seat!
Yes, he bailed on a team that gave him Everything since age 11 when the going got tough.
In my world, if you bail out of an organization that is failing, it's called a brilliant solution. Maybe Vettel had some insights that told him him to leave. Oh, and there is that fact that he started that year knowing Ferrari was an option through previous conversations.


October 05, 2015 4:48 PM

F1 » Raikkonen: I wouldn’t be here if I couldn’t win…

HairyLuthier: I would love to see Kimi win again, however his luck is going to have to change. The amount of problems he seems to have on his side of the garage are frustrating. That said his results over the last two seasons have made me want to see someone else in that seat next year.
Sometimes bad luck reflects poor preparation or a lack of action. I am sure Kimi has been struck with bad luck a couple of times this year but on other occasions, he has created his own bad luck. I think he realizes that now and has been improving.


September 30, 2015 10:29 PM

F1 » Pirelli will consider own future if Red Bull quits F1

Marauder: I don't get the hate for Red Bull, all they want is an engine that can compete to the level they're used to. Despite the push for this change, Renault have failed and refuse to spend tokens on development. Red Bull have done all they can to improve their car but it's engine performance that is the issue, you can't blame them for wanting a competitive engine. They spend huge amounts of cash and aren't getting a return for their investment thanks to an unreliable engine partner.
Partially right Marauder! The whole mess started when Jean Todt imposed these stupid "green machines"and that utterly stupid fuel consumption rules, agreed by all!v (That ignorant Abiteboul was one of them!) So Reanult never had a chance to do a proper and fair caching up. This was even emphasized by Wolff and Co, who so strongly opposed the "engine de-freeze" last year! I have been telling this so many times hereo n the forum, but apparently people se

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