- Oct 25, 2017
They could have DRS every inch of the track and we still wouldn't see overtakes probably.
I'd never even considered it, but looking at this (I assume it's doctored) I actually dig it:
Wake me when they get back in bed with Martini.
It makes perfect sense for Ferrari to have a second tier driver, since they are a second tier team.
The way VET has been driving of late, he would be lucky to get a seat at Toro Rosso, nevermind RedBull...
Maybe Grosjean is just very cheap or something or he doubles as a caterer for the team.
Has to be the latter. Grosjean may be cheap, but that has to be canceled out by the amount of damage he causes! He also provides top quality comedy for the team to enjoy such as binning it during a safety car period and spinning in the pitlane...
Isn't Magnussen even beating him? He had a few good years, but the guy has been floating around since about 2009 for crying out loud.
I've been dying for this. If you're going to start making any straight longer than 3 seconds a DRS zone anyway, just freaking go for it. If drivers are dumbasses and crash as a result of using it too aggressively, that's their own problem.
They are going to have to do exactly that starting in 2022.You could improve Singapore a lot by cutting out that ridiculous chunky section at the waterfront in sector 3, but the grandstands there with the offshore stage (and the tunnel under the stands that is a magnet for crashes) is a signature part of the circuit so they'll never do it. Racing sector 3 there in the games is mentally exhausting. It just goes on and on and on.
Prost (Renault) and Sport Bild (Haas)
Can't blame him, he's been creamed this year and no chance of a decent seat next year. I feel bad for him but when he was announced I said that even at best he's just going to be seen as someone beating a rookie in a rubbish team. The only saving grace is that Williams are so terrible that he and Russell have rarely been far apart in terms of position as they're always at the back.