Wonderbadger commented on the post, Leclerc: There is no 'number one' driver at Ferrari 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Sad to see the news about Sabine Schmitz this morning.
I suspect in markets where existing agreements are in place other platforms won’t be allowed. Same as it is in the UK with F1TV unavailable due to Sky’s blood-sucking deal.
From my point of view Yas Marina suffers from the same thing a lot of the modern F1 tracks do in that they are designed for overtaking. That might sound odd but what I mean is that a lot of modem tracks try to […]
I think you’ll find that Alex has been practicing advanced driving techniques used by drivers who won multiple world champions in order to improve his race-craft, unfortunately he’s currently studying Vettel.
Wonderbadger commented on the post, Stroll: Some people will always try to "destroy me" 7 months, 2 weeks ago
Stroll seems to grey a lot of flack for the fact that daddy bought him an F1 team, in my mind though this isn’t really any different to many other pay drivers who get funding from their family or other big […]
Wonderbadger commented on the post, Ferrari presents special livery it will use for 1,000th race 8 months ago
They missed a trick here, just paint it to look like the Williams, that way the fans won’t be surprised to see it running so far down the field.
Wonderbadger commented on the post, Verstappen derides "stupid" suggestion he might lose motivation 8 months ago
To me, the language that Red Bull are using around the qualy mode ban shows both them and F1 in a bad light. “As we see it, the blatant superiority in qualifying will no longer be there.” Could be translated as […]
I think if I was the engine manufacturer I’d just set up a 2 stage throttle so that it has an indent the drivers can feel, that way normal racing would be done at 90% throttle then for overtaking and quali push […]
@F1oasaurus it was never a mistake at the time it happened, they did what they needed to do given the information available, i.e. that failures were happening, max had reported vibrations and they had a big enough […]
Luckily I’m fluent in Italian so can translate Binotto’s quote:
“it’s not by sacking people that you make a car go faster”
“Please don’t sack me”
Have I missed something? I can’t find any coverage of the lemans 24H virtual from this weekend, it was one of the best organised most professional races I’ve watched during lockdown and on the whole drivers raced […]
Wonderbadger commented on the post, Can F1 get close to a full grid of drivers for its Virtual Grands Prix? 1 year ago
It’s a shame they’re still trying to sell the F1 2019 game as a sim, as a semi serious arcade game to get people interested in F1 and pretend they’re racing with their favourite drivers it does a good job but […]
I suspect that some countries who have a wider problem with the virus would rather place restrictions on large, high profile events like these than risk the health not only of the attending fans but also the […]
I suspect that would be about as effective as a dog chasing its tail, move to a “safe” country and it only takes one undected carrier to spread it around to a larger number of people before that country isn’t safe […]
Wonderbadger commented on the post, McLaren should innovate, not copy other cars – Norris 1 year, 2 months ago
Alternatively, change Racing Point to Haas :)
Wonderbadger commented on the post, Williams bringing "exciting" upgrade package for Spanish Grand Prix 2 years ago
“Williams bringing “exciting” upgrade package for Spanish Grand Prix” – they’re going to install a race engine instead of the spare one from postman pats van
Wonderbadger commented on the post, Leclerc "not happy with myself" after errors on Ferrari debut 2 years, 1 month ago
It’s a refreshing change to hear a young driver who’s willing to admit when there is room for entitlement, compared to some who have a sense of entitlement and can’t learn from mistakes as they never make any. I […]
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