:crazy: :crazy: :crazy:Well today could have been the best day ever, instead, we have Luca Badoer at the back of the grid
mclaren back in the game it would seem.
Yea, its not looking well for ferrari at all,Well today could have been the best day ever, instead, we have Luca Badoer at the back of the grid
I thought you were calling Button a cheat then...then i figured you are referring to the KERS button. ha.Hamilton is nearly 10kg lighter than Button, so I feel it is going to come down to how much of an advantage the cheat button is going to give him. The sooner they ditch KERS the better IMHO.
I think both of the Mclarens and the Red Bulls will suffer lateral graining issues. I am hopeful it will come to a direct fight between Button and Barrichello. Both the Brawns should be able to go longer than any of the cars in front of them and if past form is anything to go by, they will use their tyres better in these temperatures.Race should be interesting i think, hamilton will kill his rear tyres.
Trying to one stop?Ok, I can understand that Hamilton is light and why, but I 'm trying to get my head round Trulli at 707kgs....?
"Our car is shite on street circuits and it's very difficult to overtake... any ideas, lads?"
"Why don't we brim the tank and see if we can be lapped by the first pit stop - that'll be a laugh...."
Mclaren are using two different chassis at Valencia, one short wheel base and one long wheel base. IIRC Hamilton has the short one, it might prove that Kovalainen has the better package. Also Hamilton is on a permanent contract, whilst Kovalainen has been told to hurry up or your out, it appears that he might have done that.Trying to one stop?
I think the most interesting fuel results is Kovalainin really keeping Hamilton honest with more fuel on board than him, and Rosberg again qualifying well, but also do so whilst running pretty heavy.
Got to agree with you on this, on all counts, never have been a fan of Alonso & he's going to be unbearable driving a Ferrari, however I have my reservations as to whether he'll get the best from the car anyway.Oh and I knew it would be happening, but I am gutted about the Ferrari/Alonso deal. I'm going to find it really difficult to support him, I can't stand him!
And I will be sad about Raikkonen's probable departure he could have done so much more in F1 if he wasnt such a lazy fucker :lol:
Yes but they are good at lining the pockets of the F1 management, and building huge complexes so VIPs can get wanked off its not been about the track for years.....its the biggest problem in F1 todayButton got seriously squeezed by Vettel off the start, damn shame. Can't see it being that exciting a race, overtaking isn't one of this tracks strong points