Nacho Nachev commented on the post, Should Formula 1 have the same stewards at every race? 1 week, 4 days ago
Should F1 race every weekend on the same circuit?
Apparently polls show the popular opinion is that F1 should not be a world championship, but perhaps some local completely standardized law school. What will be […]
It looks like TW feels quite confident about the advantage they have, so he allows themselves to spend time on this. Or could it be just the opposite and they feel a little desperate?
From a racing standpoint, […]
Nacho Nachev commented on the post, Hamilton fights past Verstappen to win Sao Paulo GP 3 weeks, 3 days ago
The most surprising thing is that HAM needed so many laps to pass VER assuming the speed difference he was able to pull off in Saturday.
It’s interesting to see what engine modes and for how long, whatever t […]
Nacho Nachev commented on the post, Packed US Grand Prix tipped to be "biggest F1 event in history" 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Apologies. I just pressed the report button by mistake.
Yes, I would expect a lot of folks in US find the early hours more convenient. I’d say the same for myself when we have the early Australian GP and S […]
ALO’s gamble didn’t pay off, which was not surprising having in mind the particular drivers inside of the corner. However, there was nothing wrong about the move.
It was 100% Gasly’s fault. He was neither pushe […]
Nacho Nachev commented on the post, Bottas wins damp Turkish GP as Verstappen retakes championship lead 1 month, 4 weeks ago
My thoughts as well watching BOT on the podium – it’s likely that this might have been his final F1 win. He completed an excellent race, never let the tyres fall off the cliff unlike most of his recent […]
Nacho Nachev commented on the post, "We never get lucky" rues Alonso after losing podium finish 2 months, 1 week ago
ALO drove a fantastic race today.
Great control and strategy. Overtook VER and then RIC, SAI and PER in the drizzle. It was funny to see how much of a gap he was able to close using different lines and much […]
I agree with this. However, in 1998 no one was hurt, this was one of the most memorable races and to a great extent a title decider. They were able to do it safe.
At the same time, Senna crashed fatally in […]
Where did I say that I was entertained by seeing someone crash, or perhaps it’s your confusion between reality and your terrible imagination that might need a treatment?
I am saying that it was fine to cancel t […]
Great respect for everything Martin Brandle said today.
Here’s my personal take though. If drivers are not prepared to cope with these conditions, definitely not the worst in F1 racing history, it’s fine – can […]
Hey Lewis, you could have saved thousands of lives as well by spending some of your time, for example, in lobbying inside Mercedes and the auto industry for moving away from diesel engines, which in Europe, by […]
Nacho Nachev commented on the post, Is it time to give up on holding the 2020 F1 season? 1 year, 7 months ago
I don’t think the sport has taken many sane decisions in the past decade, especially those from the last year or two – e.g. 22 races, change of the weekend format, regulations and etc. Everything is a big rush […]
I think they might have had enough confidence in the tires to the end.
I wonder if switching to Softs 15 laps to go would have helped. VER would have been 5-7 seconds behind at that point, but with better […]
Nacho Nachev commented on the post, Leclerc fumes over "unacceptable" run-off after crash 2 years, 4 months ago
So obviously LEC is one of these spoiled drivers that want forgiving circuits and predicable victories. I’ll become no fan of him.
Nacho Nachev commented on the post, Hamilton aims to get a "working class kid" into F1 2 years, 4 months ago
This is quite interesting topic. HAM has pretty noble thinking, but coming myself from a working class family, this is something that I am not sure I’d genuinely agree with. The presence of working class drivers […]
VER vs LEC: Late braking and late turning quite outside the apex, forcing another drive alongside out of the track. No essential difference compared to HAM vs ROS situation.
Ros vs ver: Yes, I had the same take […]
The stewards say the drivers “negotiated” that corner. Probably, stewards had other negotiations in mind. How can anyone blame them? It’s RedBull’s home race. It’s Honda’s first victory from ages. And there were […]
While I can see the problem with RIC’s overtaking on the final lap, this is getting ridiculous.
The biggest issue is that a lot of tracks are changed in a why that allow you to take some advantage by going a […]
This is spot on. The issue for me is that F1 seems to be rooting for spectators who don’t understand racing. Obviously, some people believe that the sport will make more if it is well received by viewers who have […]
I can see your point, but I’d respectfully disagree. In both situations the pilot well in front could choose the racing line. In both, they did. It has nothing to do with that. It is simply that Hamilton did gain […]
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