Why backward arguments? I dare you to show me a female driver with the abilities to win championships in F1.
If there was one, I’m sure she would’ve been offered a seat a long time ago. But there […]
Bernie is awesome, I’m starting to like him more and more. He’s controversial, but he knows what he’s doing. There is a reason that he’s running the show and that all of you are just complaining from your […]
Saints commented on the post, Vote for your 2015 Brazilian Grand Prix Driver of the Weekend 5 years, 11 months ago
Nico Rosberg obviously
Of course Hulkenberg is mentioned a million times in a thread like this, but come on, there’s a reason he doesn’t have a top drive – he’s never been the best driver available.
I like the guy and I know he has been doing really well for most of his career, but it’s not completely random who the best teams pick for their lineup. For the most part,…[Read more]
I was very impressed with Pedro de la Rosa in the 2005 Bahrain Grand Prix, where he got the chance after Montoya had an injury. De la Rosa finished 5th and set the fastest lap in the race, I believe. He had a long battle with Mark Webber and it was very entertaining to watch.
Saints commented on the post, When Raikkonen speaks up, it's important – Whiting 6 years, 1 month ago
It is an allusion to the 2010 German Grand Prix where Massa was told the opposite.
Saints commented on the post, Ferrari confirm Raikkonen will stay for 2016 season 6 years, 2 months ago
Great decision by Ferrari. They’ll continue with the second best lineup in F1.
I rarely agree with Keith’s opinions (for example the driver of the week polls and rankings), but the fact that he has created the best F1 blog in the world cannot be denied. As a website owner myself, F1Fanatic is a big inspiration. Keep up the good work, Keith! You’ve made a fantastic site.
Nice eye, Heidfeld’s curse seems to be very real indeed. All of his team mates had brutal luck or inconsistent performances at the end of their careers. All the drivers you mentioned have that in common… add […]
I think it’s a good decision by Sauber to keep both drivers. Ericsson might not be very good, but he’s not very bad either. Nasr, on the other hand, is a solid driver (although not spectacular).
Stability and […]
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