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03-15-2015, 05:53 PM #11
WOW! SPOILER ALERT!
#sauber Both cars in the points?? Amazing stuff. Even without the heavy attrition, they still would probably have have scored at least some points!
03-16-2015, 06:50 PM #12Senior Member
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Well - 20 cars entered - 13 make a start - 9 maybe 10 finished -Politics and a lousy sounding 'power source' just may kill F-1. I hope not as it was good to see Ferrari run well and a couple of young drivers might make a good story if the Mercedes team doesn't have it closed out to early in the season.
03-17-2015, 01:31 AM #13
Read an article that Newey is complaining that the FIA needs to step in and equalize. Most everyone is calling him a whiner. It is interesting to me, that when Braun was kicking everybodies butt, the FIA stepped in pretty quickly. The same was true when RB Racing was dominating, they made lots of rule clarifications to equalize the field. Now that Mercedes is dominating and Ferrari is back on the Podium, the FIA seems content to leave it alone.
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03-20-2015, 03:50 AM #14
Good to see Ferrari made podium after having a poor 2014 season. Sicks that Kimi had to retire due to that unsafe release.Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value.
03-25-2015, 06:14 PM #15
Anyone got some predictions for Malaysia this weekend?
Williams on the podium. Sauber scoring points. McLaren finishing out of the points. Manor makes the track, but not finishing.
03-25-2015, 10:51 PM #16
I'm only starting to get into F1.. gonna try to record all the races this season
03-30-2015, 03:31 PM #17
Mercedes BEATEN! As I have mentioned before, I am not a big Ferrari fan, never have been. I am a huge Vettel fan, although the way he acted last year with Red Bull wasn't my favorite. Anyway, GO FERRARI! The first team to flat our beat Mercedes since the beginning of last season! Woot! Beyond the chess match at the front, the mid pack racing was awesome!
Predictions: Kimi will win a race in the next 4 races. It is bound to line up for him at some point. I think a couple podiums are in order for him, but I feel strongly that he will stand on the top step.
Mercedes versus Ferrari will be the Manufactures Championship battle! If Kimi can turn around and get some clean races under his belt, Ferrari could take the fight to Mercedes. I have my doubts if Ferrari can string it together with enough consistency to really challenge the Mercs. I am very much looking forward to the battle.
Going out on a limb: Torro Rosso will place higher in the Manufacturers standings than Red Bull.
I desperately want to see Bottas get his maiden win, but they don't seem to have the same speed. Bottas on the podium in one of the next 2 races.
04-04-2015, 12:34 AM #18
Good to see Ferrari take first place, showing Mercedes, they has a strong competitor this year. Sucks that RB weren't performing as good compared to last year.Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value.
04-10-2015, 03:32 PM #19
I just read an article suggesting that Haas F1 hire Danica Patrick and Jenson Button for the 2016 Season. Seems like a media stunt to me. Why can't F1 look at real ways to improve the racing, the experience, the competition, and quit with the gimmicks!?!?!?! Yes, I just called Danica Patrick a gimmick! Does anyone here really feel she has what it takes in F1?
04-14-2015, 12:21 AM #20
Hey Nico Rosberg: next time the person in front of you is "driving too slow" PASS HIM!!!! I am 100% sure that if the lead car had been anyone except Hamilton you would have been chomping at the bit and made the pass! Are you afraid of Hamilton? Do you like being the 2nd driver for Mercedes? It sure seems that way!