beelsebob wrote:Traction wrote:Wheel to wheel at over 300 kms p/h coming into a tight corner at the end of a long straight, both drivers not wanting to give an inch? Makes a good one for me. What I liked about it is that you can see Senna looking over on two occasions while Mansell is completely focused on the corner, almost as if Senna blinked first and hence lost the corner.
I don't really see how it's more exciting than Webber on Schumacher or Button on Schumacher from last race.
n smikle wrote:To me, a great pass has to be set up from many turns away, and it must be premeditated, deliberate car control, something like a chess game. Not just something that happens and you react to it. That's just me though.
mep wrote:Schumacher vs Alonso Monaco 2010.
DaveKillens wrote:n smikle wrote:To me, a great pass has to be set up from many turns away, and it must be premeditated, deliberate car control, something like a chess game. Not just something that happens and you react to it. That's just me though.
How very true, then it becomes more than a physical manoeuver and becomes a synthesis between art and war. Just like watching fencers parry and thrust, drivers do the same, attempting to force their opponent into the slightest mistake so they can capture an advantage, and turn it into a pass. For me, it's freaking fun and amazing to be witness to such motorized combat, performed with skill and brains, courage and strength of will.
andrew wrote:Muulka wrote:That second one- Johnathon Ross?
No, it's Johnaton Woss.
andrew wrote:I'm waiting for him to recite this popular children's nursery rhyme:
Wound and wound the wugged wok the wagged wascal wan, how many aws are in that, tell me if you can.
We need a thread dedicated to F1 related words that Johnothan Ross would have difficulty saying!
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