It’s hard to say that I feel sorry for a formula 1 driver. But I can’t help but feel bad for Mick and Nikita. That haas look like a horrible car to drive.
It’s going to be really hard to look good while driving that.
Napier Railton commented on the post, Same track limits rules for every F1 session at Imola 1 day, 23 hours ago
This is a silly situation.
That should never have been a headline.
That could mean the aero team jobs could get way more complex. They would need to make a car that works well with two different aero configurations at the same time. That’s awesome!
Imagine the […]
Thanks for cotd, sorry for the bad grammar. That’s what happens when you get up really early preparing for a new early shift.
I wonder if the FIA has noticed the we’ll-never-win-anyway attitude of Haas, and if […]
F1 has a purpose.
It develops road going technology in a competitive environment, it provides entertainment and escapism for millions of fans all over the world, and it make a lot of money.
As a side effect […]
Napier Railton commented on the post, Performance under pressure still Vettel's weakness – Berger 2 weeks, 3 days ago
Sebastian’s crash reminded me of Michael Schumacher’s crashes at the end of his career. At some point he might realise the common factor in all the incidents is him.
It’s sad to say, but if things don’t […]
Could some of the lost time be because these are new cars, they still have a whole season of development to go. They might get quicker
Napier Railton commented on the post, Losing long-serving staff to meet budget cap was painful, says Horner 3 weeks ago
At this point a new team on the grid would be great. More places for these people to work.
Is Bahrain really that bad for human rights? I mean in the grand scale of things.
Look at its neighbours, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Iran… I don’t think Bahrain is doing that badly.
And there are much worse […]
Napier Railton commented on the post, F1 reveals "fastest ever street track" for Saudi Arabian Grand Prix 4 weeks, 1 day ago
Actually looks pretty fun to drive.
Reminds me a bit of Valencia though, hopefully that’s not a bad thing.
Napier Railton commented on the post, F1 reveals "fastest ever street track" for Saudi Arabian Grand Prix 1 month ago
I like the look of it, but you can only see so much from a line drawing, are there any pictures of the track on a map of the place so we can see things like track width and elevation etc.
Napier Railton commented on the post, AlphaTauri in stronger position at start of season than last year – Gasly 1 month ago
In the event that mercedes are not the fastest car, this might be the first time we see them struggle to catch up.
With the budget cap in place, the limit on wind tunnel time and an eye on next season, this is […]
oops, my mistake, I have a bit of a blind spot with threes
Lewis has never really had a bad car. But he’s never had a bad teammate either.
It his time he’s been a teammate for four different champions and compared very well with all of them. If you look at past results […]
I’m looking forward to these. I could be quite fun.
I can’t help the feeling that other races should have been chosen. Russia and Abu Dhabi for example, they are in desperate need of some extra spicing up.
that doesn’t really answer my question. What tangible things are being done?
Does all that mean he’s pushing Mercedes to hire more people from ethnic backgrounds?
If that is the case, I hope it’s not at the […]
So, what is Lewis actually going to do for diversity?
Napier Railton commented on the post, First pictures: Alfa Romeo presents its C41 for the 2021 season 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Haircut for Antonio!
Maybe he will find a performance advantage with the weight loss.
I’ve heard from a lot of teams that they are “focussing” on the regulation changes for 2022.
In 2009 when there was the last aero overhaul, Brawn (Honda) got the jump on everyone because they were putting all […]
why not… sounds rather fun.
More Racing = more action
in terms of losing a link to the past, Formula 1 has changed the way it’s run loads of times in the past.
There was a time when a car could be shared […]
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