Friday, December 18, 2009
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
However, if you consider qualifying times, Vettel wasn’t actually the fastest driver. I believe that a racer’s speed should be evaluated constantly in every race, not only where they shined. This is just like the championship where points are rewarded in every race.
As you can see by clicking on the spreadsheet, that Rubens Barrichello has performed better in qualifying than anyone else!
This is the second time he has done this! In 2003 he out-qualified none other than Michael Schumacher!
I'm not saying that Rubens deserves the Championship or the DHL Award more than Button or Vettel. You need more than speed for that.
However if I were you, I'd listen to a very wise man in F1...
Sir Frank Williams...
Most, if not all, people do...
I hope this has been understood and well received by most of you. Any constructive criticism that would help this site be more informative is welcomed. LET THE 2010 SESON BEGIN !!!
Saturday, October 24, 2009
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Thursday, June 25, 2009
Since they BOTH didn't register a lap time in Spain, Boudais is up 4-3 and jumped 0.441 seconds in front of the Swiss. Buemi had a 3 G.P. drout from Bahrein to Monaco, so he has a lot of catching up to do. We need to keep an eye on them...
When it comes to fast laps, Sutil ties it up 4-4 but it's Giancarlo who comes on top by 0.070 seconds. Once again, an eaqual pair.
Wednesday, June 24, 2009
Monday, June 22, 2009
Trulli, un master en clasificación, con los pilotos Red Bull, fueron los que mejoraron ambos Brawns. haga click en la imagen