It surprises me that no journalist seems to have fingered Gasly as the cause of two consecutive Lap One accidents. He (and indeed Albon) both seem unsettled in recent interviews and I think he’s overdriving the […]
I’m worried about him, as a sufferer from chronic back pain after making one momentary mistake lifting. I don’t want him ending up like Mansell, back full of painful injuries for the rest of his life. Luckily for […]
Steve Rogers commented on the post, Vote for your 2022 Spanish Grand Prix Driver of the Weekend 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Between Russell and Hamilton, but went for Russell because he outqualified Hamilton. Both were ace though.
Thank you for this fascinating analysis!
How well do you know him?
This is so cool.
I don’t wish Stroll to leave F1 before Latifi!
Can’t believe anyone is dense enough to paint Hamilton, statistically one of the two most successful F1 drivers of all time, as lacking in any way at all. As utterly pointless a waste of time as trying to decide […]
Steve Rogers commented on the post, Vote for your 2022 Bahrain Grand Prix Driver of the Weekend 4 months, 2 weeks ago
I think Tsunoda-san deserves credit for making up 8 places, more than anyone else.
Great article! Thank you.
Steve Rogers commented on the post, Will F1's new Sprint Qualifying races enhance the championship? 9 months, 3 weeks ago
If, say, one of the slower cars idiotically drives into and wrecks one of the championship contenders in the sprint race, the faster driver will not be able to start the actual Grand Prix in the position he […]
Steve Rogers commented on the post, What has Liberty achieved in the five years since it arrived in Formula 1? 10 months ago
Thanks again Dieter for explaining the F1 cluster of sport, money and marketing, of which you seem to have an unusual understanding.
Steve Rogers commented on the post, Should F1 replace Paul Ricard with Imola on its 2022 calendar? 10 months, 1 week ago
Magny-Cours provided real drama, on the opening kinks, at the hairpin, on the back straight and at the final chicane. Paul Ricard is even worse than Caesar’s Palace car park – remember that dud? it has zero character.
Steve Rogers commented on the post, McLaren end second-longest wait between wins for an F1 team 10 months, 4 weeks ago
That’s almost spooky!
By the way, in my opinion, all four collisions were caused by challenger errors against a champion who probably had a right to expect more skill to be shown in such a high-level battle. I […]
If only circuit managers and designers had to compete for driver popularity!
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