Discussion in 'Drivers' started by RasputinLives, Jul 14, 2011.
We may see Buemi by the end of the season if Webber swears revenge in the earshot of Dr. Marko.
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I agree next year will be interesting and after getting fully into it this year I'm already planning to get tickets to go and be there for my firstvLe Mans!
I'm pretty sure Buemi will be driving the Toyota again then too.
Why does he resemble a moose?
How about, why didn't he sign for Force India when he was apparently a favourite to get the seat.
Or, if I can get an autographed poster that I can stick in my room.
Formula E and WEC champion Buemi set for Red Bull F1 test return
To be honest as a Formula E a WEC champion he is just a great driver.
Pirelli begins testing on wider tyres to be used in 2017
The report ends:
"As part of the attempt to simulate 2017 aerodynamic loads, the car they are driving is fitted with side 'skirts', which seal the gap between the floor and the track and increase downforce.
'Skirts' were part of F1 from 1978-1982, the era of so-called 'ground effect' aerodynamics, before being banned on safety grounds before the 1983 season."
So we will be hearing from Hamilton and Rosberg then.
I think it's not exaggerating to say Buemi is one of the best racing drivers in the world at the moment.
Di Grassi tends to be wiser tactically, in my opinion, which is why he challenges in title races. Those two have been the absolute class of the Formula even back to the spec-series year (when they were joined by Piquet).
Gutierrez (although Sarrazin replaces him now, since his move to Indy) of Vergne
Daniel Abt of DiGrassi
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