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April 20, 2015 11:54 AM

F1 » Rosberg driving ‘at his best’ in Bahrain Grand Prix

An almost perfect scenario for Hamilton, in the best car, Rosberg at 'his best is fending off Ferrari's. All the things Nico can't do (get close to the car in front due to dirty air, damaging the tyres etc) increase the importance of qualifying (before the race he downplayed the importance). I would still bet that in that scenario, on current form, Hamilton would follow him and overtake him.


April 20, 2015 2:21 PM

F1 » Alonso: It felt strange to pass Ferrari

Alonso is already working his magic at McHonda, his close proximity to Button and Maldonado enabled him to exert enough power to cause JB to temporarily lose his mind and launch into Pastor, and this week he mysteriously drains any usefulness from JB's car, filling up on his newly acquired power, he sticks the 'recalcitrant MP4/ into Q2 and finishes ahead of a Sauber. He's an evil genius, good driver too


April 21, 2015 2:56 PM

F1 » Hamilton: Only team-mate can provide ‘true race’

In the sense that he has no influence on what Ferrari or any of the opposition turns up to the grid with, another slap down for Nico, are the Ferrari's getting racy with him because of their drivers or the car, Hamilton's only comparison is that he hasn't been behind Rosberg enough to have to worry about Nico's strengths or weakness, he hears that Rosberg is fast 'and' clever, yet nothing Nico has come up with so far has altered the outcome of the Mercedes driver pecking order. HAM is on the crest of a wave at the moment. Nico is in the best position to knock him of the wave, but Hamilton seems to have his team mate well covered, Nico needs to up his game

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