Meanwhile your post in this article is based on “what ifs” and “could have beens”. These are rankings for 2020 right, or am I missing something? Whoa is me for ranking a driver lower than Norris with again, I’ll […]
I think K-Mag was too high and I think Norris is at least one spot too low here. His second half wasn’t as strong as the first, but the guy was still a critical factor in helping McLaren be the best of the rest […]
JeffHeinick commented on the post, Kvyat wishes car breakthrough had come earlier after late-season gains 9 months ago
Kvyat barely got a shot in the Red Bull as a very young driver. He didn’t do terrible, but had a much better talent behind him. I’m glad Red Bull put him at least in the Torro Rosso, and even brought him back […]
JeffHeinick commented on the post, Stronger AMG brand links for Mercedes' F1 team in 2021 1 year ago
Lmao are you serious? Volkswagen Group will put their tail between their legs and quit faster than Honda.
They pulled their LMP1 programs. The pulled out of DTM, WRC and rallycross. Etc etc. They are NOT the […]
JeffHeinick commented on the post, After a tough start, Honda's fourth F1 era continued their race-winning legacy 1 year ago
People need to understand that history is history. The late 80s and early 90s were such a different time with different people running things at Honda, Mclaren, F1, and the FIA. Their legacy of winning is stuck […]
JeffHeinick commented on the post, Kubica could get practice outings in 2020 Haas deal 2 years ago
Would get eaten alive.
JeffHeinick commented on the post, IndyCar drops Pocono and adds Richmond on 2020 calendar 2 years, 1 month ago
So because drivers cant control themselves on lap one, the track is used as a scapegoat.
If people are so against this, drop Spa already. How many devastating accidents have we seen there.
These cars are going 220+ mph, bad crashes are going to happen. I mean, if these cars were not safe Robert Wickens would be in a coffin. The fact of the matter is this accident could have happened on any oval. […]
JeffHeinick commented on the post, Bottas: Huge points gap to Hamilton doesn't reflect my performance 3 years ago
Unfortunate news, Robert Wickens has confirmed he is paralyzed from the waist down. An absolute shame, he had a fantastic start to his career in Indycars. I applaud the safety advancements indycar has introduced […]