“I was annoyed,” he said. “It’s Q3, he shouldn’t be there. But it is what it is.”
Tsunoda was quick enough for Q3, which is why he was there. The penalty is is irrelevant. Mighty entitled from Perez, unle […]
The racing world is also vastly different now than it was when Old Man Ferrari was fighting Henry Ford II for the honours at LeMans. Ferrari has vastly more resources than nearly any other automaker that competes […]
If the two drivers informed their teams and sought permission to return home as the provisions allowed, then I don’t see why this is an issue at all.
Obviously, the people who wrote these operational norms have […]
I don’t believe any team on the grid, even Mercedes and Ferrari, have the financial capability to afford both Vettel and Hamilton at the same time. Vettel can say that finances played no part in his decision to […]
I wonder if Toyota would push Sebastien Ogier to take part in the Dakar next year, since he’s announced his retirement from WRC. It would be a stunning coup for the Dakar organizers, getting legends from other […]
Sundar Srinivas Harish commented on the post, Haas's real problem in 2019 wasn't tyres, says Grosjean 2 years, 7 months ago
In the past few years, Haas has done well on even-numbered seasons. Hence, I fully expect them to have a banger of a 2020.
Excuse the small sample size though :P
I think he’s still unclear on the objective of the budget cap. Someone should break out a pen and paper and explain it to him.
We all know the lengths he’d go through to keep his drivers from colliding with each other. For instance, a few weeks ago he decided not to resign one of them so that they wouldn’t fight unnecessarily!
Sundar Srinivas Harish commented on the post, Ferrari win at home as Leclerc resists Mercedes pair 2 years, 11 months ago
McLaren were doing well until Carlito’s wheel gun cock-up. I don’t think they have anything to fear from Renault, this was a freak result for them, aided by a good setup for once this season, and Honda’s returning woes.
@f1osaurus They’re taking advantage of a technicality. They bait other cars out of the garage, pull over and then ride in their tow. Its too cheeky by far.
The Mercedes drivers should also be given reprimands for their “practice starts”. They’ve already pulled the same crap once this year, and the FIA has let it slide again. Anyone moving over to the practice start […]
Most reports said that Correa’s condition was “critical, but stable”, and this article clearly states that the respiratory complications are recent developments during his treatment, so I don’t think you, or most […]
The LED panels are visible at daytime too. I find them immensely useful at all times in IMSA and WEC, with their massive spread of cars. Their use in F1 is questionable, but it would be a nice-to-have, but not a […]
Its a shame that Raghunathan and Maini have been getting all the attention for the wrong reasons over the last couple of years, while Jehan Daruvala is currently in 3rd place in F3, and has been putting in […]
Sundar Srinivas Harish commented on the post, Ricciardo leading Hulkenberg in close Renault fight 2 years, 11 months ago
Renault have one of the closest driver pairings, both in terms of experience and skill. Sure, one has won races, but then he’s been in a race-winning car.
The real failing of Renault has been as a team, […]
Sundar Srinivas Harish commented on the post, Norris nearly crashed before race start on "dangerous" drag strip 3 years ago
I think there still are a lot of countries that respect engineers, our country definitely is one of them – the respect stems from pedigree, unfortunately, and engineers from the insanely competitive public […]
Sundar Srinivas Harish commented on the post, Verstappen wins crazy German GP after Leclerc and Bottas crash 3 years ago
I came to Racefans looking for your comment! :)
I share your pain in Hulkenberg’s retirement, but he’s bottled a lot of good chances for a crazy result in unpredictable races in the last few years, and I […]
Sundar Srinivas Harish commented on the post, Haas denies rumours Grosjean will be replaced at Hockenheim 3 years ago
Anonymous Redditors are also my go-to guys for F1 info. Its good to see that publications use the same high quality sources.
Bottas, on fresh soft tyres at the end of the race took the bonus point immediately and then coasted home to the podium, while Hamilton put in a banker lap to take the bonus point on the last lap. That victory was […]
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