I can easily see him racing another 5 years, he seems as fast as ever and hasn’t even remotely dropped off the way Vettel certainly did (and Alonso hasn’t really lost anything either). Provided Mercedes can giv […]
I understand it all being about money, but sometimes you need a loss leader so to speak. Even if Spa isn’t profitable it adds to the cachet of the sport and to lose it to cram in yet another Middle Eastern dust f […]
davidhunter13 commented on the post, Alonso to join Aston Martin in 2023 on "multi-year" deal 1 week, 5 days ago
So Alpine will have a great car next season then? This feels like a step backwards for Alonso. Even if AM are investing it’s going to take years for that to bear any fruit. By which point Alonso absolutely will b […]
Having a quick Google of the weather for tomorrow it looks like it could very well be a damp race as well. Bring on the drama!
Never say never I guess. You never know Mercedes could be on par soon and taking points away from Red Bull too. And there’s always the chance of random DNFs whether reliability or silly crashes at the start etc. i […]
They can start be getting rid of Paul Richard for good. Absolutely awful track. I struggle following it because every part of the track looks the same. It’s the one race I literally don’t care for watching.
Agreed. I keep seeing this being mentioned but I’ve yet to see the proof. People cheered at a super exciting and dramatic race start and battle, once Verstappen had crashed there was nothing but concern amongst t […]
I feel like he’s doing a far better job than Mick Schumacher did in his rookie season. He’s holding his own and I don’t recall many, if any, mistakes so I think F1 should continue giving him a chance.
I would be pretty p’d off if I spent hundreds going to a Grand Prix only to have my view of the action completely obscured by this nonsense. It’s not fair on the hundreds of fans in a grandstand to have that hap […]
davidhunter13 commented on the post, Permanent stewards would be "good progress" for Formula 1 – Perez 4 weeks ago
Agreed. I’ve been to Silverstone twice, 99 and 2010, and it’s a pretty chill atmosphere all round. I’m sure some British fans cheered when Schumacher went off in 99 and I definitely felt the Hamilton fans aroun […]
davidhunter13 commented on the post, Impact on Zhou's roll hoop was double the force of FIA crash tests – Vasseur 1 month ago
It happened at great speed which I’m guessing an FIA drop test simply can’t take into account. I think the lateral energy combined with the vertical load is what made it sheer off instantly. If the car passed the […]
*owned up. Not sure what I was thinking there.
Well Red Bull could have honed up at the time and had Perez’s time deleted… but of course they wouldn’t do that. Only themselves to blame there, ridiculous you want him handed brand new tires.
davidhunter13 commented on the post, Caption Competition 189: Boris Johnson joins Red Bull's pit crew 1 month, 1 week ago
“It may or may not have been the longest wheel change ever recorded but we will have to wait for the findings of the enquiry for the facts. “
I feel like Silverstone’s DRS zones work really well without feeling like it gifts drivers easy passes, because both DRS zones lead into quite fast open gradual corners so they can still battle and the overtaken d […]
davidhunter13 commented on the post, Double stacking fears behind call not to pit Leclerc, says Binotto 1 month, 1 week ago
Even I, a strategical novice, could see from limited data on the broadcast that Ferrari had plenty of time to decide and it was the most obvious strategy call. And they completely missed it. I’m still shocked at j […]
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