Cannot be much of a surprise when the guy in the other car is the owner’s son.
Proesterchen commented on the post, Would McLaren be right to drop Ricciardo for 2023? 4 hours, 8 minutes ago
If he beats Ocon he regains his position as a team leader in a major team. If Daniel beats Esteban, that should spell the end of both drivers’ careers in Formula 1.
Proesterchen commented on the post, Would McLaren be right to drop Ricciardo for 2023? 4 hours, 11 minutes ago
McLaren will have to pay Riccardo off to get rid of him before 2023, at the tune of 20m + a salary for Piastry.
McLaren are better off working with Riccardo for another season
Daniel’s millions are […]
Proesterchen commented on the post, Would McLaren be right to drop Ricciardo for 2023? 4 hours, 33 minutes ago
I don’t know. Daniel’s supposedly best overtakes always looked scripted to me.
You cannot lunge from several car lengths behind into a breaking zone and make it stick without at least the other driver being […]
Proesterchen commented on the post, Would McLaren be right to drop Ricciardo for 2023? 5 hours, 51 minutes ago
There’s no justifying his performances for a driver being paid to do this.
Let’s remember that it was Alpine that said ‘no’ to putting Oscar in a car this year, and again ‘no’ to putting Oscar in their car in 2023, at least when they still believed they had Fernando as an option.
I don’t know if I would characterize Alex’s return as successful.
He’s still a pay driver in the worst team on the grid, and Red Bull didn’t consider him for any of their in-house seats, again.
What sort of an organization are they running at McLaren these days?
When you’re just outright lying about contracting drivers, what else are you lying about?
At least everyone carries part of the blame this year: team, car, driver – all failed spectacularly at one point or the other.
Proesterchen commented on the post, Ricciardo eager for summer break after "not the six months I wanted" 1 week, 4 days ago
This man needs at least a 500 days of summer break.
Proesterchen commented on the post, Will Piastri's rift with Alpine put his F1 debut on hold again? 1 week, 4 days ago
If you had the free choice among three drivers, and two of those were Fernando and Oscar, few people would choose the third guy to anchor their team. (and now apparently lose both others)
I, too, am all for automating the deletion of laps not completed on the racing surface.
At that point, you’re just gambling, and on terrible odds, too.
Not saying I would put that past Otmar and the Renault people, but let’s hope saner minds prevail.
Nicky would probably take the upgrade. ;-)
Who in their right mind would invite and pay Daniel Ricciardo money to drive their Formula 1 car after the past two years of constant s*ck?
They couldn’t secure the two drivers they should have because they had a contract with their number 2.
Maybe they should ask Nicky if he wants their first car?
Oh well, at least Otmar still has Esteban in his second car … for now. :D
What a literal s-show.
Proesterchen commented on the post, Hamilton joins group buying into Denver Broncos NFL team 1 week, 5 days ago
Solid investment, though I personally don’t understand the move to add somewhat random celebrity ownership from the people doing the actual buying.
But I guess they’re all happy with the terms in exchange for […]
Proesterchen commented on the post, How did Alpine let its star driver slip through its fingers? 1 week, 6 days ago
The question should probably be how Renault ended up having to choose between Fernando and Oscar while being stuck with Esteban in their second car.
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