- F1 Brazil – Sao Paulo
Vettel to scamper off into the distance, Alonso to make a monster start and make up several places, possibly into second, Webber to fluff it up as usual and end up down in 8th or something by the 1st corner, the McLarens to battle it out and possibly take each other out, leaving Massa to take an unexpected podium! 😀Posted 7 years ago
Brundle to Sky then
Excellent. Fartin Trundle out, get a decent commentator in who is actually a little bit impartial and does not in any way have such obvious bias towards particular drivers and teams. TBH, Fartin has spoiled the coverage cos he’s so onionated and has a definite agenda. A pundit he is, but he’s no good as a commentator.
Hoping for a good fight between the McLarens, with Alonso in the mix, to have an exciting race for once. Cos let’s face it, unless he has a mechanical, Vettel’s probbly already won this.
Could also see a good battle with Massa and Webber, two drivers desperate to prove themselves but both knowing they are Number Twos.Posted 7 years agoweirdnumberMember
Interesting that you don’t like Brundle. I think he has been really good as a commentator. I would probably prefer the David Croft/Martin Brundle tie up rather than the Brundle/DC one but I think it has been working very well.
So much better than Legard who somehow managed to suck all the life out of the races.
Anyhow, Interlagos usually produces fantastic racing so I’m looking forward to the race. As a Ferrari fan I am hoping for a good finish to the season but I fear we will be racing the Mercs not the McLaren and Red Bulls.Posted 7 years ago
Bit of changeable conditions thrown in, perhaps Button can do something about Vettel but more than likely he will create a 2 second gap on the first lap like he somehow always manages to do and then be gone!brakesMember
Hoping for some Red Bull (team clean) controversy where Webber puts Vettel into the wall (he’s not hurt apart from breaking his pointy pointy victory finger) and goes on to win.Posted 7 years ago
If it’s wet, watch out for Hammy.
Also watch out for Schumey coming up through the field to a paltry 6th place (retire FFS).tonydMember
I like Brundle too, some of the stuff he gets away with on the grid makes me chuckle.
I too think it’ll probably be a boring win for Vettel, but hoping for a bit of a dog fight for 2nd – 5th with Button, Hamilton, Alonso, Massa getting stuck in.
Hoping DiResta (sp?) does well also, come on the Brits!Posted 7 years ago
Unless Vettel suffers a mechanical or makes a mistake, Webber has about as much chance of winning as Nico Rosberg…
Let’s look at the stats:
Vettel: won eleven races and had fifteen pole positions.
Webber: Won none, three poles.
Personally, if I’d bin so comprehensively humiliated by my younger team-mate (woon’t happen; woon’t let it), I’d be looking for the most dignified exit possible. And get into another form of motor racing, like Fartin Trundle did. Maybe get some wins, make a bit of a name for meself.
I certainly woon’t be able to handle being Number Two by such a margin. That’s just embarrassing.Posted 7 years ago
I agree, CheezO. Funny how Vettel had a ‘gearbox problem’ yet still managed to match Webber’s pace once he’d let him get a few seconds ahead. Plus the way he slowed to allow Webber to pass said it all; ‘yeah, I’ll accept team orders, but I’ll make it obvious to the world watching, what’s really going on…’ Farcical.
Nice of Seb to let his poor significantly inferior team-mate win though, weren’t it?
But just in case Merk does not in any way quite get it, here’s Seb telling you what his position in the team is:
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