Grid on Canada '08
It's not the Grid Position that counts, but the Race Results.
Grid on Canada '08
dacer wrote:Renault before spain, was worst car than Ferrari, McLaren, BMW, Toyota, RedBull and Williams.
Today, Renault, seem only worst than Ferrari, McLaren and BMW. Now, seems better than Toyota (Piquet overtake both on Canada) William and RedBull.
If he get 3 on grid, do you believe he can be on podium?
dacer wrote:If his car ended the race, I think sure top5, maybe top3. If he will had a little luck....
shail69 wrote:well hamilton's race would be very hard indeed. he has to start from 14-15 and it is always a dangerzone going into the turn one for the first time. if he wants to score good points then he needs to jump to 7-8 during the first stint. its going to be very difficult for him.
Hamilton would be hoping for a wet race in france!!!!!!!!!!!!1
MP4/4#12 wrote:Don`t know why, but i "feel" Lewis is going to make another mistake, he`ll start at the middle/back of the grid he seems a bit nervous this season and he`ll try to gain a lot of places in those 1st laps, maybe he`ll hit someone in the process, i hope not but if it happens i won`t be surprised.
DC wrote:I remember when I started my career, people used to say ‘wow, you are so calm’. The reality is that you are so calm because you don’t know anything - you just drive. I have said about Lewis (Hamilton) that he is a fantastic talent, but you don’t judge him on one season - you have to wait to see several seasons. Even when he wins in his first year you cannot say everything about his career. You need to see more because there is a big difference between winning when you’re not expected to, and winning - or taking the title - when you’re expected to win. Now he is expected to win and it is inevitable that when you are under the spotlight if you make a mistake people start to question why you did it. Pressure starts to build.