duploelabs wrote: »
Same could be said of ferrari during the Schumacher years
Cool_CM wrote: »
Those remote control boxes are class
Vic_08 wrote: »
They're less wooden than the usual politicians.
CFlat wrote: »
Interesting that Binotti didn't want to apportion blame. I wonder had it been Vet who caused the incident would he be looking at his P45. Le Clerc is the wunderkind at the moment.
Dont be at yourself wrote: »
Perez's drive was sensational, but also showed up the gap between him and Stroll. Regardless of him being Lawrence's son, I can't see the other investors being too happy with him being kept on next season, especially with the likes of Vettel being available, and with driver salaries outside the budget caps.
muckwarrior wrote: »
If Stroll's team mate was Alonso/Hamilton/Verstappen then the performance difference might be excusable, but Perez is an average driver. Capable of the odd very impressive drive, the odd terrible performance, but mostly just... ok. I'd put him in the same category as Hulkenburg or Bottas. That leaves Stroll as a below average driver, at best.
El_Duderino 09 wrote: »
How are Hulk and Bottas in the same category?
muckwarrior wrote: »
Same category as Perez, i.e. average. Good, but not on the same level as the elite drivers.
quokula wrote: »
I wouldn't put Bottas on the same level as Perez and Hulk, they were always among the most outstanding talents of the midfield. Bottas would be the next tier down, more on par with a Kvyat or Magnussen.
Top Dog wrote: »
Can someone please explain why Hulk is being mentioned in the same sentence as Bottas and Perez?! Bottas is a multiple grand prix winner. Perez has shown that on his day he can take ther fight to most anyone. Hulk has ... the record for most amount of races without ever stepping on a podium? It's nearly on the same fantasy level as he who shall not be named (but featured in first practice the weekend just gone)
AMKC wrote: »
You mean Kubica 🙂
I think Nico Hulkingberg was a good driver but he was also very unlucky.