@bullmello Thank you for asking. Nice to hear you are doing great.
My tomatillo plants tipped over in the harsh wind we had over here today, but they seem to be fine apart from some broken branches and having […]
@bullmello Hamilton and Verstappen are two of my favourite drivers on this grid.
Me too. But Horner is a bad element, seemingly determined to stoke animosity.
@bullmello There were red flag repairs in Spa 1998. The main reason people retired was that many chassis were damaged – which wouldn’t be repairable on site regardless of red flag repair rules.
@bullmello If I recall correctly, that period between the first-lap wreck and the next start wasn’t under a red flag; rather the initial start was declared null and void, and the race was completely started again […]
Patrick commented on the post, GP2 run gives Schumacher useful Algarve experience among F1 rookies 4 months, 3 weeks ago
The current quali format is the best ever in the history of the sport @bullmello .
I’m one of those people that look forward to sprint races, but calling the current quali format dull is disingenuous.
frood19 commented on the post, GP2 run gives Schumacher useful Algarve experience among F1 rookies 4 months, 3 weeks ago
@bullmello +1 from me on both points. Qualifying ain’t broke, please stop trying to fix it. Fix the myriad other problems that are ruining the sport (I know my opinions are solely mine but as a fan of F1 since […]
David BR commented on the post, GP2 run gives Schumacher useful Algarve experience among F1 rookies 4 months, 3 weeks ago
@bullmello I can’t say because I’ve never got beyond the Telegraph firewall and so far they’ve refused to pay me to read it.
TFLB commented on the post, Alfa Romeo "can have fun this year" with more competitive car – Giovinazzi 5 months, 2 weeks ago
@bullmello Is it? It looks to me like they’re going to turn it into a ghastly hot-rod – vandalism of such an original historic car.
Jere commented on the post, Rear floor changes "proved trickier than we expected" – Budkowski 6 months ago
@bullmello I agree that watching the actual races is better. Doing so gives a better idea of things than DTS anyway.
better to be safe than sorry!
just because your car is fast doesnt mean you should race in and out of traffic and cut people off where overtaking is not allowed or using turn only lane to cut people off…
To go back and change race results long after the champagne has dried and not ever knowing what actual race results will be until after the accounting stewards have had their say
@bullmello – yep, that’s a good point.
The two biggest wonders of the cost cap are policing and enforcement.
@bullmello – I would like to believe that the current wind tunnel and aero simulation caps are being policed and enforced effectively, and […]
Matteo commented on the post, Mercedes must take lesson from "lucky" Monaco win – Wolff 2 years, 3 months ago
@bullmello gentle reminder that the sport is pretty also stuffed of alcohol ads
@bullmello Yes, and given the race will be a one-stop, it’s not like they had to stack up on tyres. It would have meant that Leclerc would have lost a run in either Q2 or Q3, but that would still have been worth […]
Jimmi Cynic commented on the post, More of Ferrari's rivals speak out against their F1 rules veto 2 years, 4 months ago
Burn. Good one, @bullmello.
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