This explains why he didn’t receive a more severe sanction, such as a drive-through or 10-second stop-and-go penalty, either of which would surely have prevented him from winning.
I’m not actually sure it w […]
Benjamin Lowry commented on the post, New photos show Kuwait's F1-spec circuit taking shape 4 years, 1 month ago
Wouldn’t mind at all if they skipped turns 16-19 and went into that hairpin straight after definitely-not-turn-8
The key difference is that in Melbourne, the 2-seater car (and speed comparison with V8 supercars, etc) was arranged by the race promoter; this is being organised by Liberty, so it provides a consistent experience […]
Benjamin Lowry commented on the post, 'Disaster' if McLaren's Vandoorne misses F1 chance 6 years, 3 months ago
You could have two 90 minute practice sessions — one Friday and one Saturday. There’s still enough there that if you have an issue on one day, you’re not dead in the water, but there is enough that you can have […]
This is going to appear way down the list because I couldn’t find a reply button, but with regard to @psynrg ‘s comment “You mean the F2007, constructors championship winning car”, that only came from McLaren […]
With regard to an extra change of tyres because of rain; case in point, look at Hungary last year (?) with Hamilton and Webber.
I don’t think this was a boring race by any stretch. It probably would have been […]
What it comes down to is that they could drive flat out if they went for a two or three stop strategy. The nature of the circuit and the relative lack of tyre degradation (compared to other circuits, at least) […]
You know I’d never actually noticed that. It’s much the same situation as last year, in that regard. Not much of a fight up front, but huge pressure through the rest of the field. This year’s only different in […]
I think if they were on different strategies (2-stopper, 3-stopper) then there’s no problem with it. Like the way Force India do it. They seem to like splitting strategies. But to ask one driver to move over […]
Jean Todt has to be at the race in Bahrain or it will speak volumes about his attitude towards the situation.
In my view he will lose all credibility for insisting, given that he’s not willing to go himself.
Benjamin Lowry commented on the post, Rosberg claims first pole position with stunning lap 9 years, 9 months ago
I was surprised in the onboard from Rosberg’s lap that the FOM graphic said the top speed was 313 km/h, compared to 320.7 km/h in practice. At each intermediate check Rosberg was fastest. A bit more wing angle?
Benjamin Lowry commented on the post, Mercedes' double DRS could put them in contention for pole 9 years, 9 months ago
I thought the exact same thing :P
Benjamin Lowry commented on the post, F1 fans' video highlights from the Australian Grand Prix weekend 9 years, 10 months ago
Having never been to a race, it’s really hard to comprehend just how fast those cars move. Behind the safety car, you could hardly say they were crawling, but it just doesn’t look fast on TV coverage!
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