Are you saying that Hamilton doesn't insist on being the number 1 in the team? If he doesn't, why did Merc bring on Bottas, a mid-mid-tier driver rather than an upper-mid-tier one like Rosberg? And why did they extend Botta's contract, except for the fact that he made a good doormat for Hamilton?
that claim is not backed up by any evidence, on the contrary if you look at what Mercedes' #2 driver has achieved over the last couple of season compared to what Ferrari's #2 drivers have achieved (I am considering Leclerc as their #2 driver only because so far he is behind in the standings, obviously he's not their #2 driver) the hard evidence points to the fact that Mercedes had a car that was significantly faster than Ferrari notwithstanding the fact that both Kimi and Leclerc are signifcantly better drivers than Bottas (I almost believe that comparing Bottas to Leclerc or Kimi would be insulting them).I think you will find that Ferrari for the last two years have had a car sometimes faster than Mercedes and failed to capitalise .
Well....it is really disconcerting as Izumi likes all things German and Japanese (except for Hamilton in a Mercedes)....and you don't seem to be a really big Vettel supporter.Did not notice Ruslan last time I tried they said my file size was too big . Will come up with one then
I like Italian and French stuff as well. Il Volo, espresso, Moka pot, food, wine, Mirelle Mathieu, Edith Piaf, and hundred other things...
Revised:Pascal Wehrlein approached Haas about a return to Formula 1 with the team for 2020, boss Gunther Steiner has confirmed, but the German’s time out of the sport ultimately counted against him.www.motorsport.com
i like this (potential) conversation
Wehrlein - i hear there might be a vacancy at Haas next season
Steiner - No