Discussion in 'Grand Prix Polls' started by FB, Oct 30, 2011.
Think we all should do that
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While the RB7 has had little updates in a while so have the McLaren's and Ferrari's. I feel Vettel has been the best driver this year no doubt, but I feel Webber's year has been terrible. The reason Vettel has been so successful is that he has performed when the time came this year in nearly always the best car. I think if he was in a McLaren or a Ferrari he would perform similarly to Button or Alonso. (A small) part of the reason Vettel looks so good is that Webber has been so bad, he's only really beaten Vettel once over a whole weekend, even with the kind of year Hamilton is having I think he would have achieved more than Webber has managed so far.
Good to see 'Squire' producing with an upgraded Toro Rosso.
Yes, but the reason he didn't start second can only be put down to his mistake. Mistakes are costly..
Never type when your knackered is something i've just learnt .
How can anybody say that the Ferraris were 2nd fastest here?? The McLarens and RB's were much quicker,though the Ferraris were a bit closer this weekend,but still only 3rd fastest. With all due respect,i must say that it's ridiculous to call the Ferraris "2nd best" at India
Mark is ridiculously hard on his tyres and vettel isn't that is why Mark cannot optimize the performance in a car that is by far the best on the grid.
He should ask Button for some tips on looking after the black round things bolted to the corners of his car.
2 votes for Lewis!?!? confused. Even Lewis said it wasn't his best weekend
Oh well - at least no one just voted Schumacher due to bias.....hang on....*waves fist at Jos*
Am I right in saying this was the vote for the best Indian driver in the GP?
On a serious note Karthe performed well considering his lack of experience in the car which we know isn't the class of the field. Was this HRT's best ever result?
Nope, I'm pretty sure they came higher in Canada, 14th one thinks
Liuzzi got 13th in Canada
I may be being totally stupid here, and I'll kick myself when I get the answer, but what in the name of Zeus' butthole is the Grand Chelem?
Grand Chelem is pole, led the entire race and set the fastest lap. Which, surprisingly, is a record Schumacher isn't leading (He has 5 and is tied for second with Ascari, Jim Clark has 8!).
Were any of Schumacher's from the 97 season? If so, do they count?
I believe all of Schumacher's records, including points, wins, laps led etc. from 1997 are included in his career total - all he lost as "punishment" was his position in the championship table. The FIA were quite specific on this point, as I recall.
Yup, spot on G.
Were any of Schumacher's from the 97 season?
No, they were from the
1994 Monaco Grand Prix, 1994 Canadian Grand Prix, 2002 Spanish Grand Prix, 2004 Australian Grand Prix, 2004 Hungarian Grand Prix
(copied directly from wikipedia because I'm lazy...)
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