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Discussion in 'Motorsport' started by GTPorsche, Sep 23, 2015.
Really tempting to get back to sleep now, Max is keeping me up though.
I was trying to avoid that conversation.
I heard Grosjean is looking for a new career with John Deere Mowing products
Except instead of a highly praised and supported rookie Lewis Hamilton, he's losing out to a poor Honda engine.
I do think calling the Honda engine a GP2 engine is a bit harsh... the GP2 engine could do much better!
Stevens under investigation for speeding in the pitlane..
Which is interestingly more irritating to him then the one season he spent with said rookie. I can't recall one time where he made a shriek like that on the radio in 2007.
Yeah. The chassis is much better than the paperweight attempting to power it is showing.
Alonso: 'Who are these driver's we are racing against?!"
Not sure if that's a dig at McLaren, or a dig at the drivers...
Can't understand why Nico can't at least match Lewis's lap times; he seemed to have a slight edge for much of this weekend. Shame, because it's denying us a good end to a rather uneventful GP.
Button loses two places in about 400 yards..
Vettel catching Rosberg..
I think Hamilton might've gotten the edge back after making his Medium Tires last longer then Rosberg.
Also, Hamilton...making tires...last longer then someone else...
There was also the "overheating causing damage" message to Rosberg early in the race, maybe significant. Rosberg went purple as he chased the first stop though.
Stevens nearly took his team-mate out!
Stevens doing a 90 degree spin at 130R.
And Rossi just had a Days of Thunder moment.
Well, there was that too.
Wow, that was really close. Imagine the fear of going through the smoke not knowing where the other driver ended up.
Newer tires and a quick Ferrari that you just completed the undercut on, will do that.
Im with Alonso on this. Ive given McLaren-Honda time but they are ridiculous. Wouldnt be suprised if we see Alonso in Le man next year
No retirements so far, although Stevens nearly mucked that up. Anyway it means Pastor has successful not crashed for 47 laps!
Wonder if that one guy at Ferrari was right about Alonso not being good at Developing a car. Think about it, he goes from a Struggling Ferrari to an even more struggling McLaren and the results (Sans the increase in BBQ'd engines) are the same.
Unless they've brought some Lego I don't think Lotus have any spare parts. Both drivers seem to be keeping out of the way of the race. Running good times though
Fixed that for you
I think I'd be calling Webber for any other seats at Porsche. That or I'd jump into GT racing.
Ericsson is pants. I've always thought that and today isn't proving me wrong.
Nasr first one out of the race..
Nasr has retired from the race.
Some good mid pack battles but pretty meh race again.
100% this ^
Well done to Hamilton..
McLaren-Honda miss out on points yet again. I'm still confident things will and are getting better.