piast9 wrote:If I was to bet my money they would also be on Grosjean. From the non-yet-winners he's the most probably 8th winner.
bhallg2k wrote:Valencia specialist? How so?
mx_tifoso wrote::lol: I wonder the same thing, but Raymond is one of our "specialists" on here so I'm awaiting a good response as to what a "Valencia specialist" is.
Yes Hamilton also deserves a mention - he's had 3 second places and I remember in 2009 and 2010 he was in contention for the victory. I don't remember him battling for the 2008 victory - but he might well have. The 2008 Felipe was imperious at any and all counter-clockwise circuits.Red Schneider wrote:If anyone's a Valencia specialist it's Hamilton. 2, 2, 2, 4.
You can't put the retirement blame on Vettel - his engine went kapoof. In fact that weekend 2 engines blew up on him. The 6th place - he finished behind 2 McLarens, a Ferrari a BMW and a Toyota. At best he was only ever going to nab 5th place. Kovalainen and Kubica in 3rd and 4th were 10s up the road - and Hamilton/Massa were 50 up the road. It was not within the car to beat the McLaren/Ferrari cars over a race distance.bhallg2k wrote:Notwithstanding last season - the RB7 was a world specialist car - a 6th-place finish, a retirement and a win make Vettel a Valencia specialist? Fair enough.
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