raymondu999 wrote:@Miguel - it's pretty hard to find a performance that really transcends a car nowadays - the talent level of the field is too close really. In reality; if a car wins a race; it would probably be the quickest (surviving) car
kalinka wrote:It's a shame that Damon Hill couldn't win in Hungary in 1997 with Arrows.
Websta wrote:Although not a race, the 2005 US Grand Prix winning Ferrari deserves more mention than Alonso's win in Silverstone last season.
raymondu999 wrote:To be fair I think both of them were wins under exceptional circumstances; where circumstances ensured that the Ferraris were the fastest race cars.
Pierce89 wrote:Websta wrote:Although not a race, the 2005 US Grand Prix winning Ferrari deserves more mention than Alonso's win in Silverstone last season.
Have a grudge? Alonso's win in Silverstone was a monstrous drive regardless of circumstances.
Miguel wrote:My doubt is the fact that the F2012 is good at heating the tyres. Thus, it may actually turn out to be a decent wet weather car. On the dry, McLaren, RB, Williams, Lotus and Perez seemed faster though.
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