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September 21, 2014 8:01 PM

F1 » Hamilton takes F1 title lead as Rosberg retires

LoveF1: By the way, does anybody agree that Kimi does not seem to hustle the car the way Alonso does? I know every driver has their own style, but he does not seem to hustle other drivers into getting out of his way. Any driver in front of Kimi just sits there, knowing that he is probably unhappy about something with his car and they've seen his TV interviews and body language - and they sense that he will not really "fight them very hard" for position. Or maybe it's just my imagination....
Sadly I must agree. And even if it's true that he's struggling to come to terms with a problematic car, the point is (as you observed) other drivers no longer fear him. I hope he gets his mojo back soon, though.


September 20, 2014 3:51 PM

F1 » Hamilton beats Rosberg by 0.007s in tight qualifying

A brilliant qualifying session with the top five covered by only half a second! That bodes well for the race, as Mercedes (theoretically) won't simply disappear into the distance. Their horsepower advantage won't help much on a track with this many corners, so look for Alonso especially to be right in the mix towards the end of the race...can't wait!


September 16, 2014 9:56 AM

F1 » Mercedes names Wehrlein reserve F1 driver

Mustafur: develop what? theres jack all testing.
Sadly, all too true. This kid's experience in a driving simulator was the closest he could ever get to driving an F1 car. By his own admission, it was light years away from what a DTM car is like. Seems completely strange, but that's modern F1 for you. It's admirable he's won a DTM race considering how competitive that series is, but having Playstation skills seem to be more beneficial than anything these days!

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