Bottas and Grosjean oh dear.
Well, I did use to note that Hamilton would almost invariably get pole at those races where Nicolle was not present. When she was there, his results were inconsistent. I think he was a little distracted.Of course, Lewis went on to win how many championships - three isn't it? - since his last known serious relationship broke up? Maybe we can expect the same from Valtteri.
i dont blame him being a bit distracted. but it boded better that he now having more fun on track than off itWell, I did use to note that Hamilton would almost invariably get pole at those races where Nicolle was not present. When she was there, his results were inconsistent. I think he was a little distracted.
that was weird crash because 1st did bottas have to make that move in practise session. it was bit too far back probally. but Grosjean how is he looking in his mirrors for that long & staying on outside. "inviting" bottas then cutting him offBottas and Grosjean oh dear.
i guess that was the city tour guide but that was irritating about that they advertising the half hour program of that feature of that so had to turn over otherwise it would ruin it., we had a section on the Brundles racing around the Nurburgring which, as interesting as it was, had nothing to do with the Abu Dhabi GP.
Its not that much different when Schumacher and Ferrari were trouncing everyone back in 2002 and 2004 but wait they had superior tyres and spending buckets of money more than everyone else.The margin of victory for Mercedes shows what an uphill struggle the other teams have got in front of them to try and beat them in 2020.