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@ 192But rn this article is about testing and what might happen in the coming season. It is NOT about what happened in the past, or which driver is best.If you and gaz, and others, stuck to the subject, instead of trying to score points of each other, you might not have posts removed. Think on.You both obviously know a quite a bit about F1, why not stick to that and ignore the wums?
@191,Raikkonen didn't suffer an alternator failure on his Lotus at all last season. Indeed, he finished each and every race. That's why I said (in yet another farcically reported post of mine by a certain user) that for "KR consistency" last season, read "Lotus consistency."Personally I don't rate SV or KR as being amongst the very, very top tier of F1 drivers...that's FA and LH for me.
@188 Let us not forget that both Lotus and Red Bull share the same engine supplier and that through the season both cars suffered alternator failures, which for Sebastian (could) have cost him the Valencia Grand Prix (leading pole).Raikkonen is a strong driver and I look forward to seeing what he can accomplish this season.Personally, I support Sebastian, though I very much respect the others.
@ 187. rnIn response. I do not mark posts up or down, and I do not report posts. Ever.I simply find it pointless for fans of drivers to try to prove their guy is best by referring to things that have happened in the past, and cannot be changed, and, at the same time, hijacking articles to do so.
on topic. Redbull are definetly sand bagging as always. JB is definetly down playing the Mclarens speed, think they will be up there with Redbull and Lotus, Ferrari will be close too I think then the mercs nipping at their heels and the Force Indias will be in with a shout for Q3 at melbourne.
In regards to my last post (172), I believe that Alonso did very well in a championship where his car was not as competitive as say the Red Bull. Massa on the other hand managed to find incredible pace towards the end of the season but was being a shield (as seen in Brazil) for Alonso.More importantly though, Kimi Raikonnen was the most consistent driver, on the track and on the scoreboard.
Gaz, I added the Sauber/Williams stuff to my last post to stay on topic, but this fanboy stuff between you and rn, and others, ruins the F1 HYS.I feel that many more of us F1 fans would take part if the mods did their job and removed the cr*p and unprovable arguments you lot come up with. It is not personal, but none of you can prove anything you argue about from past seasons' results.
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