Steven commented on the post, Why Ferrari got its power to veto F1 rules changes 3 years, 6 months ago
This does provide context as to why the veto exists – for that time period it does make sense.
However, I am still strongly opposed to Ferrari’s advantages – the context of the first Concorde Agreement no […]
Steven commented on the post, Ferrari's power to veto F1 rules is up for discussion – Todt 3 years, 6 months ago
Just because a team has been in a sport for a long time does not mean that they are entitled to preferential treatment. Either the rules are same for everyone, or you’re just plain insulting sport.
If they want […]
I thought he had a great first season with Lotus but he’s not the driver he was ten years ago, whereas I think Vettel and Hamilton still have the drive for WDCs. It’s a true shame since it really should be a […]
Steven commented on the post, McLaren make most aggressive tyre selection for Suzuka 3 years, 10 months ago
I’m going to the Japanese GP and looking forward to a good time – I hope McLaren-Honda can catch a break and get a decent finish.
Steven commented on the post, Ferrari suffer their first ever double lap one retirement 3 years, 10 months ago
Hamilton now has 60 career wins yet remarkably this is only the second time he’s won having started outside of the first two rows.
@keithcollantine I tried looking for figures about this but couldn’t find it – […]
Steven commented on the post, 20 telling stats about each driver's season so far 3 years, 11 months ago
I enjoyed this one, Keith.
I personally wish Ericsson, Palmer, and Kvyat are swapped out for different drivers.
Once they retire, Hamilton and Vettel with both go down as greats. Even if Alonso retires with “only” two titles, I think he’ll still be regarded as a great driver – I think he did the most that he could during […]
I was upset that Le Mans and Baku were scheduled for the same weekend; I’m still a bit upset about that since we didn’t get to see current F1 drivers take a shot at Le Mans, but much less than before since I got […]
Steven commented on the post, Mercedes should have given Red Bull engines – Ecclestone 5 years, 7 months ago
I was wondering what he was talking about – I know a couple of people who watch F1 casually but Canada is far from being a “huge market.” There is good potential for growth if there were some national interest – […]
It’d be interesting if Rosberg was able to qualify on pole despite the power deficit. As much as I admire Hamilton’s abilities, he needs to come to terms with the fact that things won’t always go his way and he […]
To be fair, it’s only a few Tilke circuits which I think aren’t so good, and others are great. I think the cars are more to blame for poor racing than the circuits: I think Sepang, Shanghai, and Istanbul are very […]
I really miss the V10s, and the V8s were okay but neutered when the RPM limits were imposed; I think the V*s were reliability to 20k but were capped at 18k I believe in their final season. Really is a shame since […]
Steven commented on the post, Vettel wins disrupted Singapore Grand Prix as Mercedes lose their way 5 years, 10 months ago
This race was reminiscent of Vettel’s RBR days – there’s something very nice about hearing the German/Italian national anthems together.
Hopefully this will put an end to the Senna comparisons for a while – […]
Now that I think about it, isn’t Erdogan still Turkey’s leader? I remember reading a lot about him acting more like a dictator than a democratically elected leader. Considering the circumstances, it seems like a […]
I really miss the Istanbul Park circuit. It truly is a fantastic track with the elevation changes, good mix of high speed corners and hard-braking zones. This still remains as one of my favourite F1 tracks, and […]
I think what Dan is referring to is writing on the ballot that you abstain from voting; the difference between not voting and doing this is that you’re actively showing up and saying that you do not have any […]
I don’t think the minimum duration will be popular with anyone; if pit stops are going to be homogenized for all then we may as well do away with them altogether and start drivers with their race tyre and fuel […]
I don’t think there was any intent to be disrespectful in Button’s comments.
However, to answer your question, Vettel basically needs to sign a Manor/Marussia contract and single-handedly win WDC/WCC to […]
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