That would at least make sense. Palmer seem to not become any quicker and therefore it would be best to put Kubica and Hülkenberg on the same program and check if Kubica is as fast and consistent as his test in the E20 suggests.
I doubt any driver can destroy Ricciardo, beat him? perhaps but I doubt the difference would be too big.Macklaren wrote: ↑Thu Jun 22, 2017 1:19 amMy $0.02. I think ALO has 2 choices: stay at Mclaren or retire. I dont think Merc will pair him with HAM and he is most def not going back to Ferrari. If he leaves, its clear that Button will not drive again. I think the most likely replacements for ALO are (a) RIC: if VER destroys him this year, I think RB will put SAI in his seat leaving him free: esp. if McL run Merc engines (b) Rosberg coming out of retirement with nothing to lose and potentially everything to gain if McL can make it back to the top again.
If Verstappen had a bit more luck, he would be ahead of Ricciardo in the Driver Standings.
Dumpster sounds so much more classy. It's the diamond of the cesspools.
Some perspective on Sainz:
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