Edward commented on the post, New McLaren F1 director De Ferran "older and wiser" since BAR/Honda stint 3 years, 3 months ago
Lets take one quote from an Indycar driver and use that to deduce that Indycar drivers like hard tracks and F1 drivers like easy ones and therefore Indycar drivers must be better.
F1 drivers enjoy easy tracks […]
Edward commented on the post, The Bull that cried wolf: Red Bull threaten to quit F1 again 4 years, 6 months ago
I dislike all the criticism Red Bull receive for speaking openly. When the Renault engine was rubbish, they called them out just as Alonso has with Honda, and that should be admired in a sport full or PR speak. […]
Edward commented on the post, The data which shows DRS has failed to win over F1 fans 4 years, 8 months ago
I don’t disagree that non-DRS moves are often more exciting than those that are DRS assisted but DRS gives the races something less quantifiable.
In previous years when the championship had been contested by […]
He certainly isn’t the worst driver we have seen in the last few years, but sadly he has arrived at a time when the grid is unusually competitive.
He brought a lot of interest from Indonesia which may have been […]
Edward commented on the post, How the CVC era changed F1 – and what Liberty might mean 5 years, 1 month ago
This article seems to do its best just to make CVC sound bad. Many things being blamed on CVC that wee happening anyway such as the move away from F1s European heartland to wealthy developing nations. This began […]
Mercedes 1-2 was boring but behind them it went Lotus, Red Bull, Force India, Williams, Ferrari then Toro Rosso.
That’s about as far from a procession as you can get. 8/10
(Extra points for Grosjeans podium, […]