Craig Wilde commented on the post, Injury risk from porpoising comparable to other sports – Verstappen 3 days, 14 hours ago
It’s not that simple, never has been.
Craig Wilde commented on the post, Hamilton should retire to avoid "pain" of decline – Stewart 3 days, 16 hours ago
There is literally no reason for Hamilton to retire yet. If we tell ourselves there is then we may as well claim Gasly, Perez, Bottas, Vestappen, Alonso, Ocon or anyone else on the grid should retire.
Craig Wilde commented on the post, Ferrari unhappy with race director's late decision to deploy Safety Car 1 week ago
I was wondering why they took so long to deploy it, especially after they’d been quite quick for both Perez’s and Schumacher’s cars.
That’s quite the false equivalence
See any other car that relies upon ground effect, such as Indycar or F2.
Which would cause further instability and greater risk of a crash.
Craig Wilde commented on the post, Gap between top teams and midfield "a bit sad" – Gasly 2 weeks, 5 days ago
While I suppose we shouldn’t be surprised that a major rule change would see one or two teams strike lucky and get a significant advantage over the rest of the field, I’m with Gasly as I had hoped for the field to […]
If you want an F1 drive then the RB Junior Program is the worst place to be.
Craig Wilde commented on the post, Magnussen says Hamilton collision comment was made "in the heat of the moment" 1 month ago
Look at Hamilton’s onboard and you see he doesn’t deviate from his line.
Craig Wilde commented on the post, Perez: Red Bull said they would reverse first position swap with Verstappen 1 month ago
It was pretty nauseating listening to that excuse when they should have just flatly told him to move aside as they clearly wanted him to from the moment they signed him.
Craig Wilde commented on the post, Vote for your 2022 Spanish Grand Prix Driver of the Weekend 1 month ago
Personally I voted for Russell for his defense against the two faster Red Bulls, but can’t argue with Hamilton’s brilliant recovery drive.
It’s interesting how you completely ignored what I said to attack one particular driver who wasn’t even referenced in my comment.
But as I say the rule isn’t fit for purpose. If we were going for ‘common sense’ […]
The problem is the rule isn’t fit for purpose and is undermined by other rules (wedding rings are allowed, as is jewelry that counts as ‘religious’, while glasses arn’t even covered in the rules to my knowledge). […]
So what about Magnussen and Gasly? They both also break the jewelry rule but due to contradictions in the rules they’re allowed to wear their wedding ring and religious necklace respectively. If anything the […]
Craig Wilde commented on the post, FIA's hold-up on approving more sprint races "surprised" teams 1 month, 1 week ago
F1 races are equal length for a reason. I think the only thing more ludicrous then more points for sprint weekend is making all weekends sprint weekends considering how unpopular the format is.
I think you may very well be right on the PR stuff, I dare say they couldn’t be happier at how much it’s blown out of proportion.
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