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Re: 2015 FORMULA 1 ROLEX AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX

Posted: 15 Mar 2015, 07:04
by donald29
Great to see such a brilliant debut from him. Remember seeing him in F3 and thinking he was brilliant, but always underwhelmed a bit in GP2. Often good, but not spectacular.

McLaren, can't even score points with 11 finishers :lol:

Re: 2015 FORMULA 1 ROLEX AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX

Posted: 15 Mar 2015, 07:24
by Vlad-SRB
Strange race... Glad to see Vettel taking P3 and shutting mouths. Also great drives by Nasr, Hulk and Sainz. Too bad Kimi had that wheel issue.

P.S. Arnie was amazing!

Re: 2015 FORMULA 1 ROLEX AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX

Posted: 16 Mar 2015, 14:37
by jickmagger
I have got a milk float McLaren can borrow ;-)

Re: 2015 FORMULA 1 ROLEX AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX

Posted: 16 Mar 2015, 20:45
by F1EA
Oh Mclaren finished :)
That was a good testing session. Now, time to crank up those engines?

Red Bull...... man i never liked when they were winning, i like them less with their current attitude.

What a stark contrast between Ferrari and what RB does. Yes DiMonte was a bit colourful, but he never made these kind of childish comments.

Of course, i don't care about Ferrari tho, cause they have a RB chump as their driver. :))

Now, i hope RB quits. More points to real racers like Force India and Williams.

2015 FORMULA 1 ROLEX AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX

Posted: 17 Mar 2015, 23:32
by F1EA
What the ell. I just read this and wow:

"Last year Fernando Alonso finished 35 seconds off the winning Mercedes with the unloved Ferrari F14-T and this year Sebastian Vettel was 34.5 seconds off the lead Mercedes with the much-improved SF15-T. Proof that progress is always relative in Formula One."

Mercedes is in a league of its own......

Re: 2015 FORMULA 1 ROLEX AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX

Posted: 18 Mar 2015, 12:37
by Edi96
F1EA wrote:What the ell. I just read this and wow:

"Last year Fernando Alonso finished 35 seconds off the winning Mercedes with the unloved Ferrari F14-T and this year Sebastian Vettel was 34.5 seconds off the lead Mercedes with the much-improved SF15-T. Proof that progress is always relative in Formula One."

Mercedes is in a league of its own......
Last year, Rosberg had no reason to push because Hamilton suffered a DNF. Moreover, Rosberg had less time to create that gap due to a later SC. If you don't ignore these facts you will come to the conclusion that Ferrari reduced the gap to Mercedes quite significantly.