PaulT commented on the post, Red Bull "made it very clear" to Gasly why he hasn't been recalled for 2021 5 months, 1 week ago
PaulT commented on the post, Red Bull need a driver who will push Verstappen in 2021 – Marko 5 months, 3 weeks ago
” …. failed to deliver….”
Hmm, not sure that’s fair – Vettel, Verstappen, Sainz come to mind.
PaulT commented on the post, Zanardi's condition "very serious" following surgery for head injuries 9 months, 3 weeks ago
So they’re holding an event, where trucks are involved?!
Apparently lost control of his bike on a downhill section and veered into oncoming traffic.
Therefore, we should not be surprised if Honda’s lack of commitment ultimately prefaces an exit for both Red Bull teams.
The worst possible outcome for F1, reducing the field to eight teams and 16 cars, and a l […]
Why not turn DRS off for all the cars.
PaulT replied to the topic Video: F1 cars driving the streets of Adelaide at night in the forum Formula One 3 years, 5 months ago
Great video! I grew up in Adelaide (moved away 25 years ago) but I can see most of the roads they used are not actually on the old GP circuit. Still it’s a fantastic promotion for a beautiful and cosmopolitan city.
PaulT commented on the post, Ricciardo admits gap remains despite podium 'promotion' 3 years, 11 months ago
PaulT commented on the post, The Bull that cried wolf: Red Bull threaten to quit F1 again 3 years, 11 months ago
Well said, Clay. I absolutely agree!
PaulT commented on the post, Mercedes team mates fume as crash leaves Ferrari to win at Bathurst 4 years, 2 months ago
Easy to pick the sportsman of the two. Van Gisbergen’s post-race interview showed class and maturity whereas Engel’s dummy-spit and door-slamming was just the opposite. As they say, win as a team, lose as a team.
Why bother? Because F1 is a global brand, unlike NASCAR and Indy (Haas is already in NASCAR by the way, and successful at that). His stated aim is to use the FI exposure to double the size of his machine tool […]
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