Perez may become a sensible driver choice for Haas, brings a decent pair of hands and pockets with decent sponsorship money (makes decisions easier for Gene). But IndyCar is also a sensible choice if he can get a seat.
Stinks worse than Vijay business, the guy at least had some heart.
It wont be a big deal. A single engine program with the required mapings (8?) fixed (like the gearbox and ratios). Up to the driver to choose which mapping at what moment.
jpvalverde85 commented on the post, Szafnauer 'surprised how little Brown knows about F1' 11 months, 2 weeks ago
Well, sold is a very simple word to picture the circunstances where the team changed their owners. Vijay was making some questionable business till justice came for him.
Absolutely, racing incident. KMag lost it, Albon went to the gap and kept on the inside, KMag on control or not, on purpose or not, closed too late the gap, he is known for not using his mirrors.
jpvalverde85 commented on the post, Hamilton drags Mercedes to victory after last-lap puncture 11 months, 3 weeks ago
Perez more present than ever, left a hole on the RP roster with Nico out and Stroll unable to get extract more performance and points. Mercs still feel vulnerable on tyre management. Feel bad for Sainz, he did a good race.
Hamilton was a star, hard to measure but he was as fast that nobody could throw a shadow of a chance of fight i’m. Stroll did very well, fast on qualy, good/great start in the difficult weather but his race pace […]
jpvalverde85 commented on the post, Vettel tipped to join Aston Martin F1 team for 2021 season 1 year ago
Still cheaper than dumping Perez. Having two sons racing (one adopted) and let both do practice sessions, the fastest one gets the seat for the qualy and race.
jpvalverde85 commented on the post, Haas not responsible for loss of pace since last year – Magnussen 1 year ago
I have heard in may about a trouble linked to the redesign of the rear suspension and gearbox on Ferrari powered cars for 2020 (both listed parts used by Alfa and Haas), since that Ferrari discovered excesive […]
jpvalverde85 commented on the post, Ferrari to introduce major car update at Hungarian Grand Prix 1 year ago
It seems they didn’t like their 2019 dragster, even less as they have basically lost their smarty-pants power advantage, or they are just sandbagging like Toto.
jpvalverde85 commented on the post, Which motorsport championship has the best virtual series? 1 year, 2 months ago
Indy go nuts on the last laps, just watched and that was plain wrong behavior from some drivers. Supercars at Bathurst was awesome. F1 should get a proper game/sim, or have the talk to Codemasters to build a sim […]
jpvalverde85 commented on the post, Leclerc: Ferrari will have to "catch up" rivals when season starts 1 year, 2 months ago
The prancing horse is downplaying. I’ll be surprised if they are outside of top6 on Austria.
Great! Ovals are a very different challenge, but good drivers thrive anyway, Nano was at the leading pack 3 years ago when his Honda engine gave up. iRacing seems to do a great job replicating the oval race […]
jpvalverde85 commented on the post, Marko says 'Coronavirus camp' comment was misinterpreted 1 year, 3 months ago
Marko is always wrong, but not that wrong. Inoculate a highly contagious but mild virus in a controlled way is what some governments are trying to get, the main subject is control over the amount of people […]
jpvalverde85 commented on the post, Aitken to make F1 practice debut for Williams in 2020 1 year, 5 months ago
This could be another “Giedo” case, i hope doesn’t evolve into that. Still don’t get why he quit from Renault F1 Team (they are on the leave?) to sign for Williams (maybe they are cheap? do they have something […]
Yes, awful. I would prefer them to be “more sleek and agile” rather than just look.
Hulk just being Hulk, proof of why he’s out, lost 1 point and 2 positions on last lap, lost the 27% (his number) of the driver of the day. Still unable to get his stuff right even on his last race. Meanwhile Perez […]
Absolutely. I watched recently the TV transmission at Brasil GP from 1993, cameras where spot on, there was picture in picture on screen, and showing the battles rightly… 1993… all analog for 4:3 screens. This […]
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