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May 19, 2015 7:53 PM

F1 » Rosberg eyeing Monaco victory hat-trick

Taz: Rosberg can match Hamilton round Monaco so should be an interesting one (not much else will be). As for last years incident, everyone has their own opinion and it's been debated to death.
Who's turn to go out last this week? Errmm, can he pick when to go out - before or after his teammate? May have to treat it like wet qualifying. Let's hope for a good race with a clean outcome - or a clean race with a good outcome, either way. Stakes were upped last week for those in silver.


May 18, 2015 1:08 PM

F1 » Hamilton still amazed by Senna comparison

JohnMarston: On the topic of greatness, Here's a hypothetical question for everyone. Which 5 drivers, from any era, would you like to see race against each other. Same equipment, all in their prime. Mine would be- Senna, Fangio, Clark, Schumacher and G Villeneuve. I'd be interested to know if Hamilton even makes anyone's list. Thinking about mine, he probably wouldn't even make top 10.
My top 5 that I would like to see banging wheels every race in rolling rotation are (take any five): Nuvolari Clark Stewart Peterson ('70-'75) Villeneuve Rosberg Prost ('80-'84) Senna Schumacher In an Auto Union, W196, '72 Lotus 72, or an '86 Williams FW11 Who know, maybe Senna has already started racing a few of these already.


May 17, 2015 8:40 PM

F1 » Hamilton still amazed by Senna comparison

There is no comparing these two. Both have aggressive driving style attributes and both came from carts, but the comparison ends there. I would have like to have seen what Hamilton could have done against Senna, but to do so he would have needed the same professional upbringing. Hamilton has ran some grueling races, but the grueling factor is comprised of a different equation than what Senna had to endure. For example, when was the last time Hamilton or his ilk needed to worry about their next race because a blister split their hand? Can Lewis drive a stick shift? Can he drive a car that is less than the competition to pole or victory?


May 17, 2015 8:42 PM

F1 » Hamilton still amazed by Senna comparison

cont'd That is not to say Hamilton could not have thrived in that apprenticeship. If the progression from carts to F1 involved stick shift, and taping hands together to drive unassisted steering, Hamilton could have set his mind to do it, but there is no guarantee what he would have done once he got there. The other factor is driving over the line when faced with certain death. Although some from today never get as close as they've done in the past, that is not so say them from today could not sniff at death with disregard.


May 16, 2015 2:11 AM

F1 » Mardenborough still dreams of F1 despite hurdles

ricardof1rst3: ... Replace "money" with "time" and Virtual Racing has the same issues - he who tests the most, tends to win the most even online. Good luck to Jann, he's doing well.
I'd agree with your comments about time being the money of virtual racing - after talent. The ability to network is tucked in there as well - you can get tidbits from the internet - the same as you can get tidbits from within the paddock. Currently, I am stuck at ~2800 in the world at the 2nd round of the GT Academy at Brands Hatch. If you not familiar, that is what Jann graduated from. Tonight, I hope to give it another go to try to get the time and the placement down, but I've plateaued and only grinding out laps will help the in that. I was 2400 a few days ago and have not been able to find the handle again to keep making progress. I think Jann's a great story. Nissan and Sony deserve some credit to make this a launching platform. Technology can only improve the Sim game sce

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