If blue flag rules are simplified (aka removed) it might ironically further complicate the sport. Backmarkers could influence results by letting some cars ease passed and block others, getting away without […]
It’s good to see Renault pushing back a bit. By saying Red Bull will be title contenders because of the improved Renault engine, Cyril Abiteboul is doing the reverse of what Red Bull has done so long (blaming the […]
jaapgrolleman commented on the post, Magnussen expects "better racing" with more powerful DRS 4 years, 8 months ago
I think it’s more because in football people tend to be fan of a team. In Formula 1, people tend to be fan of drivers, and the drivers get way more exposure than individual football players, bar a Messi or Ronaldo.
jaapgrolleman commented on the post, FIA 'should equalise engines if Mercedes aren't caught' 4 years, 9 months ago
2009 to 2010 had one of the craziest silly season ever, even by this years standards. BrawnGP became Mercedes, the world champion Button went to McLaren, Alonso to Ferrari, Barrichello to Williams, Kubica to […]
jaapgrolleman commented on the post, Vettel's Ferrari honeymoon ends with win-less year 4 years, 9 months ago
Just like they did with Alesi!
jaapgrolleman commented on the post, Caption Competition 115: Retiring Rosberg – and Alonso 4 years, 10 months ago
“Welcome Fernando! So here’s your desk, let me introduce you to your crew.”
Jorge Lorenzo also held up the back to put Marc Marquez into traffic during the 2013 finale at Valencia. Up until half of the race the pack was extremely dense, until Lorenzo gave up and accelerated to win the […]
jaapgrolleman commented on the post, Vote for your 2016 Japanese Grand Prix Driver of the Weekend 5 years ago
Nico Rosberg. For so long has Rosberg looked like Hakkinen’s Coulthard, Schumacher’s Barrichello, Alonso’s Fisichella or Vettel’s Webber, but he is genuinely looking like a champion, especially after today’s race […]
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