This dispute, I think, leads to a fundamental question of what F1 is: a driver sport or a team sport? I think it’s always been the latter. The driver is only one part of the chain, an important one but not the […]
Am I missing something, or has Lotus yet to confirm their engine supplier for next year? Surely they would need to know by now who’s engine/power unit they are going to fit in the E22. I would assume they will […]
Lord Stig commented on the post, Lotus investor believes Hulkenberg will get the drive 7 years, 11 months ago
F1 should be thinking of cost cutting the other way around. We should let the teams decide where is their money spent. Let’s put together a proper RRA that has real enforcement and verification mechanisms. I don’t […]
I suspect that because of the significant increase in the amount of team radio that we hear, this idea that strategic use of tires is due to the Pirelli’s is blown completely out of proportion.
Also I am not […]
I suspect that Kimi’s departure may have a negative effect on their finances. They really need to sign a new title sponsor, and losing Raikkonen does not help that effort. I do hope that they sort things out, […]
Lord Stig commented on the post, Sky F1 ratings fall in second year as BBC's recover 8 years, 2 months ago
At the end of the day, Dietrich and Christian have the more important opinions. Helmut Marko is an advisor, Christian and Dietrich run the show.
I don’t see banning them from the young driver test being a good solution. Mercedes used there race drivers who are familiar with the car. The amount of feedback you can get from a rookie is going to be far less […]
Lord Stig replied to the forum topic Attitude is everything, or why I don't like Kimi Raikkonen in the group F1 8 years, 7 months ago
I would concur with Nicholas. It’s not Kimi’s job to accommodate the engineer during the race. The engineer is there to support the driver, that support should be defined by the driver.
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