Discussion in 'Formula One Discussion' started by sushifiesta, Dec 14, 2013.
She chose 100 yards last time though, gethinceri.
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36 - Giedo van der Garde
40 - Felipe Nasr
46 - Robin Frijns
They're also willing to keep 5 on hold this year (and 44 next).
So presumably, until they officially announce their retirement, the number can't be reused.
Good job the system wasn't in place when Schumacher retired-returned-retired.
Westy you could argue it was unique to that driver.
I imagine we won't see a zero ever again.....unless Josh Hill makes it to F1.
I think not - many drivers are very superstitious and would be horrified if they had to relinquish their 'lucky number'.
soccerman17 The point of doing it was so the drivers could build a brand around their numbers. You can't really do that if the numbers change every year, which is why the system was changed in the first place.
sushifiesta I understand that, but what if a driver wishes to change their brand? Do you really think Kvyat wants to build around 26? Why not let them change as long as nobody is already using that number, if they so wish? Its a driver number lets not over regulate it here. If a driver wants to keep a number and build a brand he may, but if he doesn't want to then don't make him. Simple as that.
FB - If, of course, anyone cared.
He originally chose 16 but was told it was a 'Red Bull reserve number'.
I wasn't aware teams could do that?
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