Nigel Bates commented on the post, How to design a better points system for Formula One 7 years, 9 months ago
That is Keith’s favoured solution as outlined above.
It’s worth looking at how it might have effected past results. In general, it doesn’t massively alter what happened, but I’ve listed some of the more […]
If you look at Vettel’s pole lap:
he clearly leaves the track with all four wheels three times.
If they are going to penalise Grosjean for a single, much […]
Nigel Bates commented on the post, Vettel expects more pressure from Mercedes in Korea 8 years, 10 months ago
Actually, Renault have spilled the beans – Mercedes just don’t have the right engine mapping:
Clearly the system works better at […]
Nigel Bates commented on the post, Singapore showed Vettel's true advantage – Hamilton 8 years, 10 months ago
Yes, here’s a link to a transcript of the interview:
Hamilton’s first response to the question about Red Bull’s pace was this:
“I agree, there’s not really […]
I’m broadly in agreement with what you say, and managing traction without access to this year’s levels of downforce is going to be a very different problem to the one that Newey has excelled in solving under the […]
Nigel Bates commented on the post, Alonso 'more complete' than Schumacher, says Massa 8 years, 11 months ago
As soon as I saw the headline I groaned.
Best piece of F1 related trolling I’ve seen in a while – just look at all the comments.
Nice one, Felipe.
Nigel Bates commented on the post, Sky F1 ratings fall in second year as BBC's recover 8 years, 12 months ago
And that’s a >lot< of gold…
I think we should have an honourable mention for Kubica :
Speaking in the wake of the event, Citroen Racing team boss Yves Matton admitted that the Polish star […]
I agree with most of the article, but I think it might be reading a bit too much into the Hungary result, and it’s not at all clear who is going to be the fastest on the new tyres.
Vettel was very close to […]
Nigel Bates commented on the post, FIA 'lacked courage' on Mercedes test – Montezemolo 9 years ago
“We’re not winning, therefore it’s not fair.”
He does now have a car which is stronger in qualifying – Grosjean’s Q3 time was closer to Hamilton’s pole time than Kimi’s was to Grosjean.
Both Grosjean and Raikkonen were very impressive, but neither managed […]
I think the Button overtake penalty was fair enough – a bit harsh, but it was Grosjean’s miscalculation which caused the contact.
The Massa overtake penalty looked rather harsh. Grosjean was no further off the […]
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