JerseyF1 commented on the post, No Verstappen/Ricciardo favouritism at Red Bull – Webber 3 years, 3 months ago
@xiasitlo I think the only thing we know at this point is that you really have a huge bias against Mercedes!
JerseyF1 commented on the post, Can Mercedes match Ferrari's record of dominance? 2018's stats to watch 3 years, 3 months ago
@ Sumedh I’m not sure that the drop is as much as it looks, the main difference could be attributed to greater movement of drivers in the 80s and 90s. Looking at the list of 80s winners Jones, Piquet and Rosberg […]
The problem is that we have been told for years how important it was to integrate chassis with engine in the current regs and McLaren have had significant input into the Honda engine hence their aero may have been […]
Poor Montoya. Everyone remembers Alonso upsetting Ron Dennis and getting kicked out of McLaren at the end of 2007, but everyone forgets that Montoya did it the year before, and not only that he did it better by […]
I actually think it works out quite neat that the ‘big teams’ at the front suffer the greatest cost of breaking the rules as those are exactly the teams who would quite happily pay a tariff or manipulate any rules […]
JerseyF1 commented on the post, Norris says he must match Leclerc's rookie F2 title 3 years, 4 months ago
@enzov6 Three teams and five drivers won races in 2017. If you want more than that then perhaps Ferrari’s failure to secure a decent second driver is more to blame than Mercedes dominance (is it dominance when […]
JerseyF1 commented on the post, "Very possible" McLaren will switch to papaya orange in 2018 3 years, 4 months ago
@ardy Kiwifruit isn’t native to New Zealand, it comes from China and was actually called a Chinese Gooseberry. The kiwifruit name was introduced as a marketing strategy when they started growing it commercially […]
It’s interesting, no one else in F1 seems to want Fernando (and certainly none of the top teams) yet McLaren are (supposedly?) still paying top dollar for his services. Is this a sign of desperation at McLaren as […]
JerseyF1 commented on the post, Leaders crash out at final corner in sensational Macau Grand Prix 3 years, 5 months ago
Remind me what Vettel got for deliberately crashing into his rival behind a safety car in a significantly more dangerous formula?
JerseyF1 commented on the post, "The deployment is stupid": Brazilian GP practice team radio highlights 3 years, 6 months ago
To Ricciardo: “OK Daniel new lap we’ll got mode seven. This is a more aggressive mode seven setting than you’ve raced before. Mode seven. It’s quite aggressive.”
According to the article yesterday about the […]
It proves nothing, it could be that this was an experimental engine mode and Lotus were simply allowed to be the guinea-pig for it. Post race analysis might have shown that it was a huge reliability risk and it […]
@bascb That’s the point, in terms of income it isn’t always just starting fees which count, some countries (not all though) will tax a portion of all global earnings (sponsorship, image rights etc etc) as soon as […]
@ninjenius I completely disagree, going slowly would never have been a better tactical move for Ferrari than going quickly as going quicker would have given Ferrari more tactical options. If he could have put […]
JerseyF1 commented on the post, Rosberg has third-shortest reign as champion after Hamilton win 3 years, 6 months ago
@ferrox-glideh that assumes Alain Prost doesn’t make a surprise comeback for Renault.
Maybe the FIA will start to deem it ok if cars are underweight as long as it’s “only a little bit”. Wings can flex slightly more than tests allow as long as it doesn’t make the cars “significantly faster” and […]
@robbie but it’s nonsense, how is it over policing to treat all infringements the same? It could be argued that had Raikkonen not been cutting/extending corners for every lap of the race up until that point that […]
I’m sure Stevens is well aware that he won’t be back
@neilosjames Given Hartley’s unexpected ‘return’ to F1, Kubica’s discussions with Renault and Williams and the possible return of Di Resta coming back per […]
JerseyF1 commented on the post, Villeneuve takes title as Schumacher's attack gets him thrown out 3 years, 6 months ago
@david-br It wasn’t this kind of behaviour that makes him one of, if not the, greatest driver of all time. It was his driving ability that did that.
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