F1_Americana commented on the post, Caterham to sue former staff over "misrepresentation" 7 years, 3 months ago
It would allow us to see many more drivers in ‘equal’ cars!
I’d like to see an Alonso, Ricciardo, Hamilton team… :D
Alonso didn’t lose positions by slipping the chicane
Actually, maybe short-cutting that chicane and not having to load up the rear tyres on exit is what eventually got him to lap 31 on those softs… So you […]
I’m with you @danbrown180.
I watch it sometimes as a reminder that in some situations, I may have to face all my fears as I may be the only person in a position to help somebody else.
While I’m sure the […]
Don’t even say Maldonado and Montoya in the same sentence.
In his few seasons in F1, Montoya made a huge impact. He was up to pace straight away, and he was absolutely as good at overtaking as Lewis […]
Alonso drove a car that’s a bit slower than the RB10 and put it on the podium; only behind the Mercedes pair. So no points to you for “not even considering it”.
Yes, it sure is funny. Hilarious even.
At first I thought I cheated because I went Alonso with only his Sunday race in mind.
But in hindsight he led a practice session, had a good weekend, and it’s probably a bigger accomplishment than we all […]
F1_Americana commented on the post, Schumacher in "critical" state after skiing accident 7 years, 10 months ago
+1 I’d like to know.
That’s very well put, @Robbie. It helps me, anyways.
Tilke didn’t design COTA, though he was the architect in charge of constructing the grandstands and other facilities. Tavo Hellmund designed the track layout with input from some other driver friends of his. […]
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