Leclerc will never win a title….. with Ferrari atleast. He is champion material for sure but Ferrari cannot deliver through the course of a season.
Even this season, even if you take out the missed […]
Taimur commented on the post, Dry sprint race, damp grand prix likely in Austria 5 months ago
Ferrari does not need Sainz to give themselves headaches
Taimur commented on the post, Verstappen clinches the 2021 drivers' championship with last-lap pass 11 months, 4 weeks ago
I never thought Formula1 as a sport can be fixed. There are just too many variables involved. I was wrong..
Taimur commented on the post, Verstappen quickest as Ricciardo crashes heavily in second practice 2 years, 4 months ago
He’s not being sarcastic. Just straight up loco
Taimur commented on the post, Hamilton was a "sitting duck" for Verstappen due to hard out-lap 3 years ago
He would’ve passed him anyway. Max was unstoppable this weekend!
Taimur commented on the post, Hamilton: I don't think I'm going to get a knighthood 3 years ago
The Queen did not like his table manners when they met, plus he did not read the dress code for the royal box at Wimbledon and was sent away…. so no!
Haha, just kidding. I don’t care if he gets it. Though Sir […]
Taimur commented on the post, Hamilton leads Bottas as Mercedes storm to fifth consecutive one-two 3 years, 6 months ago
If there is one race they could definitely win this year, it will be Monza!
Taimur commented on the post, Are Ferrari or Mercedes ahead? Five Australian GP talking points 3 years, 8 months ago
Keith is just super excited!
Taimur commented on the post, Which F1 drivers will beat their team mates in 2019? 3 years, 8 months ago
I wouldn’t call them optimistic. More like patriotic.
Taimur commented on the post, Hamilton says he wants to be F1's "all-time great" 3 years, 12 months ago
The champions you have listed had all achieved the ultimate goal of most Championships/Grandslams then any other i.e when Schumacher passed Fangio and Federer passed Sampras.
On the run up to that, it […]
For the simple fact that athletes/sportsmen cannot be judged when they are still actively competing… A lot can change till they actually call it a day.
I consider him to be the Donald Bradman of F1. He might not have the most wins/championships but his percentages and to do it at that time, it really makes you wonder/marvel.
But then again, no power steering, no buttons to flick to change gears. Cars are definitely easier to drive and easier to setup now then before. There is no denying. Physically they were more challenging to drive.
That’s true. Some drivers used have pretty unhealthy lifestyles during that time… Racing after nights of heavy drinking. Smoking in the paddock. Or was that just James Hunt? Haha
The ‘what ifs’ are always there for everyone. Let’s also not forget that Lewis has had one of the best reliability throughout his career.
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