Nicholas Sunderland replied to the forum topic Perez told by Ferrari to "take care of Alonso" in 2012? in the group F1 8 years, 4 months ago
@catracho504 A couple of things:
-Alonso wasn’t going to catch Kimi regardless of what happened. Kimi still had a lot of speed left in him as we saw at the end.
-It’s unreasonable to assume that RoGro took […]
Nicholas Sunderland replied to the forum topic Attitude is everything, or why I don't like Kimi Raikkonen in the group F1 8 years, 4 months ago
Simon Rennie had already been warned to expect Kimi to not want instructions, so if he’s getting offended by Kimi’s replies, it’s his own fault. I mean really. If you’re leading a race with some of the best […]
Based solely off the times I’d say Lotus, but they topped the timesheets last year and didn’t turn out to be the fastest at all. My instinct is obviously to say RBR, but McLaren are looking quick too.
I want […]
I have been paying very much attention.
Bradley has only managed to make three posts in the last five days, so I’d imagine he’s busy with more pressing matters than this.
Now that I think of it, this Forum as a whole has been really quiet lately. […]
Nicholas Sunderland replied to the forum topic Who was the worst driver ever to win a World Championship? in the group F1 8 years, 5 months ago
@catracho504 What benefit could McLaren gain by only equipping Button’s car with such a system, assuming it had a beneficial effect? Furthermore, have you ever heard the car sounding like that at any other event? […]
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