CarsVsChildren commented on the post, Barrichello survives horror crash as F1's darkest weekend begins 8 years ago
I was about to chide the author for the title, but I luckily decided to check wikipedia before posting.
I didn’t know it, but the 1994 San Marino GP was actually one of only two GP weekends to suffer double […]
O.k lets assume that Kamui knew he was going leave Sauber. Let us also assume that he WAS actively looking for sponsors.
How does the following statement, quoted in the independent on 15/Nov/2012 help that […]
Perhaps, perhaps not, will will never know. But she certainly did not help his chances to stay in the sport for 2013.
Her current comments are still nothing but spin. She failed to publicly support a member of […]
Did you even read the article?
so it is surprising when such a pleasant person like him cannot get any support from such a motorsport-loving nation like Japan. This again should be a sort of warning that we […]
Having read the Kamui article, I think Monica needs to take some of the blame for that situation.
She stated many times at the end of last year that Kamui’s position was not dependant on his financial backing, […]
Something to think about further: The energy market in Japan is HUGE. Red Bull is doing well, and Burn is for sale in a few stores, but certainly lacks the brand penetration of Red Bull and the home grown […]
But Sauber haven’t exactly been fair in this situation either.
Their statement of a few days ago basically throws him under the bus, I don’t have it. Right now, but it was along the lines of “we don’t need […]
What’s interesting is that McLaren, who started the season with the quickest car, are in danger (remote, I know) of losing 3rd place to Lotus.
Futhermore if Grosjean didn’t crash so much, there is a distinct […]
Watching that old footage (and others like it in the last few weeks) I am struck by a couple of things:
1. The footage follows the action, and sticks with it, even through some of the less eventful moments. […]
It might be down, but you tell me that the majority of the passing isn’t done by DRS? In the past most of those cars would have been stuck in a “Trulli Train” type of scenario. Kamui seemed […]
I put it down more to DRS.
In the past Kamui stood out because he was one of the few that could really make a move stick. That enabled him to get past slower cars, and really make the Sauber shine.
CarsVsChildren commented on the post, Questions over invisible Force Indias in qualifying coverage 10 years ago
@matt90 exactly. The “journalist” in question has done the twitter equivalent of the “OMG I can’t believe what happened, but I don’t wanna talk about it” posts my 15 year old cousin makes on facebook.
If you […]
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