THE 5 WORST DRIVERS IN F1 RECENTLY

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Post by theo » 19 May 2007, 22:53

if trulli stayed with renalut, fisi would have left and alonso would have came, and everything would have been done like now, 2 championship easilly, thats what i think, alonso is the future shumahcer etc,...
GO KIMIIII....

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Post by legend85 » 20 May 2007, 23:37

the worst recently have been

scott speed
yuji ide
patrick friesacher
sakon yamamoto
timo glock
stephane sarrazin

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Post by Tony03 » 01 Jun 2007, 21:12

legend85 wrote:timo glock


He scored 1 point for his first race in Formula One in Montreal (2004) !!!

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Post by Bowsey » 02 Jun 2007, 00:52

I have to say

Yuji Ide
Patrik Frieschaker
Juan Pablo Montoya
Alex Yoong
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Post by nelmesy16 » 02 Jun 2007, 14:49

JPM isnt one of the worst i must admite... i dont like him, but he isnt one of the worst....
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Post by Bowsey » 02 Jun 2007, 14:59

nelmesy16 wrote:JPM isnt one of the worst i must admite... i dont like him, but he isnt one of the worst....


Problem is he made too many stupid mistakes (like spinning on the parade lap, Australia 06)
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Post by Busi » 02 Jun 2007, 15:51

Bowsey wrote:
nelmesy16 wrote:JPM isnt one of the worst i must admite... i dont like him, but he isnt one of the worst....


Problem is he made too many stupid mistakes (like spinning on the parade lap, Australia 06)

Man that's the least important mistake that you can make. De la Rosa also did it in Hungary and I think Raikkonen in Malaysia 04. The problem though is that was too agressive sometimes, and at McLaren he messed up a lot. I preferred him at Willy, but you guys can't put him in the worst top 5 :lol:
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Post by donald29 » 02 Jun 2007, 17:46

Gaston Mazzacane
Yuji Ide
Alex Yoong
Patrick Friesacher
Zsolt Baumgartner

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Post by nelmesy16 » 02 Jun 2007, 18:22

Busi wrote:
Bowsey wrote:
nelmesy16 wrote:JPM isnt one of the worst i must admite... i dont like him, but he isnt one of the worst....


Problem is he made too many stupid mistakes (like spinning on the parade lap, Australia 06)

Man that's the least important mistake that you can make. De la Rosa also did it in Hungary and I think Raikkonen in Malaysia 04. The problem though is that was too agressive sometimes, and at McLaren he messed up a lot. I preferred him at Willy, but you guys can't put him in the worst top 5 :lol:


yes your states are true, he did make many mistakes, however, he was very fast when he put everything together.
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Post by maltafan » 03 Jun 2007, 11:21

Busi wrote:
Bowsey wrote:
nelmesy16 wrote:JPM isnt one of the worst i must admite... i dont like him, but he isnt one of the worst....


Problem is he made too many stupid mistakes (like spinning on the parade lap, Australia 06)

Man that's the least important mistake that you can make. De la Rosa also did it in Hungary and I think Raikkonen in Malaysia 04. The problem though is that was too agressive sometimes, and at McLaren he messed up a lot. I preferred him at Willy, but you guys can't put him in the worst top 5 :lol:
Exactly. I agree with you Busi.

He was in a close fight to win the championship in 2003 in a Williams. He was a bit too aggressive for Formula 1, but he had one of the most important things, guts!. He's not in my top 5, but faaaaaaaar from the Worst top 5.
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Post by BANANAGP » 04 Jun 2007, 13:58

13 poles, 29 podiums (7 race wins, 14 second places, 8 third places)... in fact of the races he finished, the guy was out of the top 10 only 4 times.

PLUS JPM's pass on Schumi at interlagos is among the greatest of all time.

I'm the first to suggest he didn't live up to his potential - he was constantly fat - but you guys are smokin' Colombia's #1 export for even suggesting this guy is among the WORST. :roll::cheesy:
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Post by yanix » 06 Jun 2007, 03:38

yes I agree with u all, yuji ide he's the worst.
GO FERRARI!!!

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Post by sgj » 09 Jun 2007, 15:05

yuji ide & taki inoue (the guy who kept getting hit by the safety car).

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Post by malakai1328 » 10 Jun 2007, 23:11

i think sakon yamamoto

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Post by furtado » 10 Jun 2007, 23:17

Michael Andretti

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