wsrgo commented on the post, Ricciardo ends McLaren's victory drought as Verstappen and Hamilton crash again 4 days ago
Perez could have just given up the position immediately and gone for it again next lap while the Ferraris were still struggling with tyre warm up. Instead he went the obstinate route and was classified behind the […]
Mazepin seems to be very comfortable being openly critical of his teammate, a lot more than Mick, who got shut down by his team in Baku on the radio, and had rarely had a bad word to say about Nikita publicly. […]
wsrgo commented on the post, Albon's return to Formula 1 with Williams confirmed as Latifi stays 1 week, 1 day ago
Hearing Zhou at Alfa may be confirmed soon. Now I want Piastri to blow away the rest of the field in the second half of the F2 season, flip the bird at Alpine and go off to Indycar.
wsrgo commented on the post, The other qualities which make 'Mr Saturday' the right driver for Mercedes 1 week, 1 day ago
@f1osaurus Norris too was an F2 rookie in 2018. In fact he was making an arguably bigger jump than Russell, moving up from Euro F3 instead of GP3.
wsrgo commented on the post, Mercedes believe they didn't miss a "big opportunity" to win at Zandvoort 1 week, 2 days ago
@nickthegreek Delay Lewis’s 2nd pitstop for a bit, to allow Bottas on his fresh mediums to get into the pitstop window, forcing Max to pass him again. The previous occasion Max had to pass Bottas, Lewis slashed […]
wsrgo commented on the post, Norris: Perez passed me because contact knocked my foot off throttle 1 week, 3 days ago
An excuse and a half, if I ever saw one.
wsrgo commented on the post, Mazepin says Schumacher showed his "true nature" and he won't tolerate it 1 week, 4 days ago
“I’m Russian, and the way that I believe we are is that we’re very direct ..”
So free will doesn’t exist. Who you are is decided by your nationality, and other such artifacts. It’s hard to believe that a count […]
My first memory of Kimi was in 2005, leading a new world order with Alonso in a post-Schumacher world. I remember celebrating with my brother after Kimi won the 2007 championship, and being nearly in tears when he […]
@randommallard or his engine related 10 place grid drops in France, Britain and Italy.
@balue Raikkonen lost a 3rd place in Spain, and another in Germany, due to technical failures, while Alonso lost 0 points to reliability, and Hamilton maybe a maximum of 4 in Brazil. But sure, Raikkonen got lucky.
wsrgo commented on the post, Verstappen denies Russell his first pole position in wet Spa qualifying 2 weeks, 5 days ago
So I guess Merc has the third-fastest car this weekend behind Red Bull and Williams.
wsrgo commented on the post, Audi, BMW, Mercedes: Why are so many manufacturers quitting Formula E? 3 weeks, 1 day ago
How about just ban these shuttling manufacturers from participating in any sport? We know they’ll inevitably lose interest and leave. Manufacturers that subsist mainly from automotive profits should not be […]
Of course, that deserves a mention, while Leclerc’s Styrian GP has been described as a demolition derby. As the crown starts slipping from Lewis’s head, it seems the Britishness of some of these journalists has […]
@xenn1 2017 and 2018 yes. 2019 Ferrari was not a championship winning car, not with the aero package they had. But I guess when a Ferrari gets pole, it’s the car, and when it doesn’t fight for the win, it’s the […]
In the Styrian Grand Prix he made contact with no fewer than three of his rivals
This is really lazy. Only the first incident with Gasly can I say that Leclerc got away without ‘penalties’ (his front wing broke, […]
@rodewulf You’re forgetting the red flag. Without it, Leclerc would have walked to second (he was half a minute ahead of Norris) and Hamilton would’ve been nowhere. Instead we got an artificial bunching of the […]
wsrgo commented on the post, Will Netflix's Michael Schumacher film live up to its 'no sugar-coating' brief? 1 month ago
I’ve known to not take Rosberg’a stories seriously.
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