That your favorite driver didn't win?
When I go to the pub at 12:30 and got back at 5:30 I do not usually post. (OK, I admit I sometimes do, but try not to )Juzh wrote: ↑Sun Aug 26, 2018 5:58 pmhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3KquFZYi6L0Just_a_fan wrote: ↑Sun Aug 26, 2018 5:53 pmYeah, second best driver in the best car beats best driver in second best car. Did anyone think the result would be anything other than Vet 1, Ham 2? A foregone conclusion.
Which is why I went to the pub at 12.30 and came home at 5.30. Great time with great people. Chatting to various people, all agreed that the likely result was Vettel passing Hamilton on the Kemmel before driving away. The title will be decided by reliability and consistency. We talked more about the MotoGP race up the road at Silverstone. And that is F1's problem right there...
isa yokeroon wrote: ↑Sun Aug 26, 2018 6:03 pmThat your favorite driver didn't win?
Fix the racing, not enough passing, too much money, to0 complicated... On and on, but most of the complaints seem rooted in people wanting only their favorite driver to do the passing and the winning. Then they claim there is something systemically wrong with the sport, because Driver Whomever, their cosplay character, isn't performing as well as dreamt.
I'm not succeeding, other people whom I purport to support aren't succeeding, there must be a nebulous systemic issue causing all this... My, there are some deeper philosophical dimensions at play down here in the salt mine.
Ideally, Hamilton should be consulted on where to put DRS zones prior to each race. This is one of the problems with F1. He's not in an advisory role. He should be given a status as steward. The provisional role he was granted in this capacity at Germany this year should be extended.piast9 wrote: ↑Sun Aug 26, 2018 5:58 pmI am of the opinion that this track does not need the DRS, at least on the Kemmel straight. Today there was no fight whatsoever for gaining a place. Driver in a bit faster car had to wait for that straight to pass. It was ridiculous when Hartley was overtaken on the pit straight and was able to pass back on the Kemmel straight even though he was slower.
Nope. Just F1 is predictable. Didn't need to watch to know P2 is in a good place at Spa, that Ferrari has the faster car and therefore once past, would win.
Type. Read your post. Read again. Read yet again. Press submit and wing it.