Originally Posted by Bezzen
Am I being a bit too cynical thinking that the main reason for only one car this weekend is that no driver (with a valid super licence) had enough time to get the cash together? :/
Marussia has Rossi. Apparently they had a second car in Sochi, though it sounded like they weren't 100% finished prepping the car.
I think it was a simple matter of respect for their injured driver and a team not entirely focused on the race. Chilton was downright awful this weekend and retired early.
[QUOTE=Shell51;3661912][QUOTE=prell5713;3661356]Are you special in some way? Normally when I read a post it seems emotionless. But man this one is chock full of something.[/QUOTE]
He sounds a lot like a guy who posts a lot on the Facebook Indycar fan page...[/QUOTE]
Yeah, thats me.
If McLaren can lure Fred away, expect the Prancing Horse to make a play for Lewis and Bieber, in that order, with Hulkenberg their 3nd, but excellent, option. In the past Raikonnen has been able to change the car to fit his style, so I think Ferrari are keen to continue working with him. He did a bang-up job with Lotus in 2012, IIRC, bagging well over 150 points--IMO he's still got it. Mattiaci (sp?) is said to like him quite a bit.
Boullion once said Grosjean could be WDC. Might McLaren
Originally Posted by Glenn
What a great race announcer. I still have wonderful memories of watching Thursday Night Thunder with my boys. We could not wait for Thursdays to come!
Condolences to the family.
Man, I miss the old "The Nashville Network" and that six string logo.
Originally Posted by jkeener24
I'm surprised no one has commented on the loss of the overhead air intake.
Maybe the intake stays, but the engine cover is open. I don't know, but I'm surprised and have a positive reaction to the number of area which are opened up for the kits. I expect that even with a new floor to reduce downforce, the cars next year will be significantly faster on the road courses.