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Tomco

January 28, 2015 8:58 AM

F1 » Kvyat aims to turn Red Bull pressure into results


ProfessorX:
Tomco: Ive said it before but I reckon Kvyat will be very fast if not a bit wild. Looking forward to it. Vergne was pretty much equal to Ricciardo and Kvyat was roughly equal to Vergne so unless Ricciardo has improved a lot, then it will be close.
JEV vs Ricciardo is hard to tell, but based on last years performance I would pick JEV. JEV vs Kvyat, is a no brainer, JEV owned him in 2014, and was shown the door, because someone has better sponsors. Kvyat vs Ricciardo, depends on how much money RBR need to keep their outfit running. Should be interesting.
JEV was more consistent than Kvyat but I would argue that Kvyat was the quicker of the two and in his first season of F1. On the same basis I suggest that Kvyat will have the beating of Ricciardo at least on a few occasions.

Tomco

January 28, 2015 9:07 AM

F1 » Ricciardo primed to lead Red Bull F1 title push


richard:
ThePaddock1: A well deserved number 1... He did beat a defending 4x World Champion in his 1st year...
paddy, do you know anything about f1, or do you just make it up as you go along? that was ricciardos fourth year in f1, not his first! at the same stage in his career, seb was already a double wdc. and when you look at the points scoring system, you will also find that ricciardo beat double wdc, and two single wdcs. his problem is going to be kvyat, a driver who was in an str and whom ricciardo was unable to pass in the last race, until kvyat was told to let him past.
Im going to stick my neck out and predict that Kvyat will beat Ricciardo on several occasions this coming season. His main problem will be consistency and avoiding mistakes otherwise he will be the quicker of the two.


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