Jere commented on the post, No win for Raikkonen in his last 30 podium appearances 3 years, 2 months ago
@newdecade Well, then it’s an error from F1.com.
@newdecade V8 3.5 is not far off being just that! Roy Nissany is the son of Chanoch Nissany, who did a single practice session for Minardi in 2005. And his team mate Rene Binder is the nephew of seventies F1 […]
@newdecade – I honestly think they are going to really struggle. For me, I think their goal next year will be simply to beat Manor and see if they can progress from there.
Currently, I think that no-one can […]
I agree with Mercedes doesn’t seem very agile when it comes to strategy.
I guess most people simply felt that Kimi had been massively compromised by staying out far more than necessary in the 1st […]
@newdecade I guess the predetermined strategy is always best for Mercedes due to their overall pace. Also I guess you haven’t taken into account that Vettel and Rosberg were 2secs or somewhat behind the car […]
I have to wonder if next year, if the front of the grid is much closer and another team can at least occasionally compete for wins, just how vulnerable Rosberg will be.
Did some people here only start […]
@newdecade Rosberg won’t be vulnerable. Rosberg has always beaten his teamates throughout his career. This season was neck and neck, what set them apart was Nico’s inability to feel the car and judge race pace […]
What exactly is your objection to the headline? It reflects what Hamilton said entirely accurately. If your complaint is that it made you want to read the article you should […]
Oh come on @newdecade. What you say makes too much sense. We must remember all logic goes out of the window when a situation involves Hamilton. The guy grew up poor, Nico was insanely rich with an F1 racing dad.. […]
@newdecade why they should’ve investigated Piquet Jr. crash ? To me, and I’m sure to the vast majority of spectators out there, at the moment it was a loss of control in a corner by a mediocre, at best, driver on […]
Girts commented on the post, Why Ferrari's 'fans poll' findings can't be trusted 7 years, 6 months ago
@newdecade Ferrari, one of the most influential teams in F1, are currently trying to change the direction of the sport and are trying to use invalid poll results as one of their arguments.
Do you really believe […]
Mike commented on the post, Why Ferrari's 'fans poll' findings can't be trusted 7 years, 6 months ago
I am going to copy/paste what Keith wrote.
It comes as no surprise Ferrari have published the results while Luca di Montezemolo is lobbying Bernie Ecclestone to make urgent changes to the sport […]
@HoHum commented on the post, Why Ferrari's 'fans poll' findings can't be trusted 7 years, 6 months ago
@newdecade, because Ferarri are making claims that things they don’t like caused the NO vote, and things they do like caused the yes vote. Keith has to comment on a poll purporting to have totally different […]
Red Andy commented on the post, Why Ferrari's 'fans poll' findings can't be trusted 7 years, 6 months ago
@newdecade Nothing wrong with pointing out the flawed methodology in a poll. I don’t see anything in this article that isn’t a legitimate criticism of the way this poll has been conducted.
I don’t think F1 […]
Palle commented on the post, Why Ferrari's 'fans poll' findings can't be trusted 7 years, 6 months ago
@newdecade: If the poll is poor workmanship, the results are invalid and we don’t need to discuss them at all. Data obtained with faulty means should be disregarded, unless You have to make a decision based on […]
@newdecade While his starts have improved , he still has to place the car better in the starts , I feel . Maybe temporarily tucking in behind Webber would have been better. He would not have been jumped by […]
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