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Just read on BBC - http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/formula1/24511959 - Alonso has all but conceded the title to Vettel....
0 · October 13, 2013
That's a bad attitude :(
I think the BBC headline summarized it differently :-) FA did not *exactly* say that.....
0 · October 14, 2013
Wonder what you think of this :-) :-) http://www.espn.co.uk... - Felipe Massa speaks his mind (finally)......
i cant wait till this wednesday. that trophy will be mine this month ted.
Ha ha everyone says the same thing, we'll see , you have two days to learn how to drive faster. See you Wed.
Enjoyed the event - Temple Bar is certainly tucked away in such a place I could have easily missed it! :-)Nice to have met quite a few of you - looking forward to the next race - Airtel Indian GP - which takes place local (IST) 3pm. Not sure when the Sky HD satellite broad cast will be....
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I would like to join everyone. The season is over. Battle will be champ again. F1 is data a low now and nobody cares. Wasn't even like this with Schumacher was winning. At least it was close and others had a chance. Focusing on NFL
0 · October 12, 2013
After Suzuka, it will be all over but the cryin. Who's gonna get second ?
1 · October 8, 2013
Agreed - Seems to me that the fight for 2nd and 3rd place, should leave something exciting for the fans - be it drivers or constructors. Ferrari (barring accidents or retirements, they do need to work on both reliability and pace) should be OK for 2nd spot. Alonso like wise for the drivers standings in 2nd. Kimi most likely be the 3rd spot. Similarly for Lotus it may be between them and McLaren for the constructors 3rd place finish in the standings/points. I find it hard to see anyone else. What does everyone else think?
0 · October 11, 2013
Now everyone is accusing Red Bull of Cheating ( of Course ) but to me they just build a better race car. It will be interesting to see this Sunday and than we'll have next year to look forward to. Hope to see you on Sunday.
1 · October 11, 2013
Well you will not find me making that sort of statement :-) since I spent many years in the car business. I do share with folks that the Red Bull engineers, designers, CFD specialists, ....all have come up with innovative approaches and for at least 1 of the 2 cars - a high degree of reliability, which is why they are usually ahead. What others should do is emulate or out think them, then it is a lot more fun. Bending the rules is OK, since at least the stewards would have to weigh in, making things even more interesting and elevating the sport harder and higher.
Sharan, check out the latest Post on Chicago F1 Facebook page from Fred Mertz. I like your point, 1 of 2 cars. Do you remember the early days of the Turbo's , when, you just had to hope your engine didn't blow up before he end of the race ? Will it be the same for next year ? Will this change the domination of RED Bull ?
How can anyone beat Vettel?
The questions should be - can anyone beat Vettel and the current RBx generation car? Imagine if he were in another car - how would it pan out? Imagine if FA were in a Red Bull car, how would that scenario work?
@Dean Morgan: Right now Vettel is in a purple patch, but things can change.... :-)
0 · October 9, 2013
I don't think anyone can beat Vettel. He even said that Suzuka was his favorite track.
0 · October 8, 2013
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