It just so happens I’ve compiled this stat. The average for this race was 9.33 (Bottas started 14th, not 17th, due to grid penalties for others), which is not very unusual as 41 races have had this average or […]
Andrew81 commented on the post, First-time winner Ricciardo halts Mercedes domination 7 years, 4 months ago
I believe that the championship leader never won a race in the entire 2010 season. It would be cool to get a repeat of that
Andrew81 commented on the post, Thrilling Bahrain GP gets best rating since 2012 finale 7 years, 6 months ago
I look forward to seeing the seven Vettel wins you think are better than those in the top ten.
Andrew81 commented on the post, The full extent of Mercedes' advantage in Melbourne 7 years, 7 months ago
Those sector times are based from Q1 (the only dry running in qualifying). Mercedes only ran the medium tyres in this session whereas the others ran softs. Naturally, the soft tyres were most advantageous in the […]
1. How many drivers will be classified as finishers in the Australian Grand Prix? 7
2. Who will win the FIA’s new pole positions trophy? Lewis Hamilton
3. Where will Sebastian Vettel finish in the championship? […]
28th February, and they are allowed to make changes for reliability reasons, but the FIA has to approve them and the other engine suppliers will be able to ‘comment’ on the changes before they are allowed. It’s in […]
With regards to McLaren’s reliability, it’s worth noting that Button and Perez each had one classified retirement (Button at Malaysia and Perez at Monaco). Thus, a pedant might say that they didn’t quite get both […]
Andrew81 commented on the post, Vettel matches Ascari and Schumacher with ninth win 7 years, 11 months ago
Car numbers 1, 2 and 3 finished 1st, 2nd and 3rd in order for the first time since Spain 1999.
Andrew81 commented on the post, Massa confirms he will not drive for Ferrari in 2014 8 years, 1 month ago
Absolutely this. Massa is a respected member of the team regardless of his results and there definitely would have been a mutual decision to allow this to happen.
I was going to respond, but after reading your final sentence there’s clearly no point. If you’re just going to ignore anything which doesn’t fit your opinion then there’s no point in debating the issue with you.
How can you say that Hamilton wouldn’t have won if Kovalainen had defended? He passed Massa and Piquet just fine without team orders and took the lead with eight laps to spare. Kovalainen defending at that point in the race, when Hamilton was much faster and would have got through anyway, would only have risked a DNF and dropped…[Read more]
How can you say that Hamilton wouldn’t have won if Kovalainen had defended? He passed Massa and Piquet just fine without team orders and took the lead with eight laps to spare. Kovalainen defending at […]
The thing about driver vs. driver racing is, it sounds like a great thing to aim for, but it’s an abstract notion that has never been consistently achieved. Sure, you can go through highlights reels and find […]
People who think DRS has ruined the sport really ought to go back and watch a whole race from 2010 or before. Drivers got within 2 seconds and then couldn’t do anything, even if they were 1-2 seconds per lap […]
I agree, I like the simplicity of it. Pretty much every new track in the last decade has had a mixture of fast corners, slow corners and long straights and it’s getting boring. I like that this circuit has gone […]
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