Steven Robertson commented on the post, "Two-millimetre" error with clutch caused Hamilton's poor start 1 week, 3 days ago
With the amount of mistakes Hamilton is making this season, I’m beginning to think Russell is going to destroy him in 2022.
He’s in a position where if he works hard and proves himself, he could have a chance of Hamilton’s seat in a couple years.
The way Albon has been treated by Red Bull, it would be in his best Interest to get out of that team as fast as possible. The only person stopping this deal is Horner.
It’s interesting that attendances are still a benchmark for a successful race and not people watching at home. If there’s one thing 2020 taught me, it’s sport doesn’t really need fans there for it to happen.
I trust racefans more than other sites purely because you have boots on the ground speaking to the people involved. Whilst surprising moves, they are highly plausible.
Steven Robertson commented on the post, No points should be awarded for Belgian GP – Norris 3 weeks, 1 day ago
What they should have did instead of the race is hold a qualifying session with one car on track at a time. This would have solved the spray issue and let fans watch something. Maybe start in reverse championship […]
It was the greed of trying to get as many races in the season as possible that has resulted in them having zero flexibility when things like this happen.
Red bull don’t want the constructors championship, it’s all in on max winning the drivers.
I would not be surprised if the f1 leaders have a date pencilled in for moving to full electric, it’s only 9 years until some countries ban the sale of petrol cars altogether. Formula E’s problem was that in nev […]
My worry is how far these team leaders will go in their pursuit of winning, mind games are dirty tricks are part of F1, but where will it end. Any FIA intervention should be ensuring the current financial and […]
Curious why he would still be slower on a straight though, surely less downforce would increase straight line speed.
I don’t get that Hamilton is lucky, drivers make their own luck. He qualified well, max then fell for his gamesmanship trap which stopped him out qualifying Bottas, max starting third in the race and got caught u […]
Looking back, I think he knew he was going to get disqualified for this anyway.
It’s pretty much guaranteed that max will do what Hamilton did to him, only unknown is if Max’s car will make it to the end. Can see an unusual podium tomorrow.
Looked to me like max ruined his own lap by trying to intimidate Lewis and not concentrate on his own preparation.
No sure on changing the no consequence ruling, I’m just picturing drivers exaggerating injuries much like footballers to get the person who caused the crash a bigger penalty.
Christian “files complaints constantly” Horner complaining about pressuring stewards. This has all went a bit ridiculous now.
This issue is, if the sprint race doesn’t count as a pole position, it would have to count as a race victory, which I think is worse.
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