The F1 Thread…
Hmm, Horner said not, according to the Beeb –
Horner said Red Bull would continue with Renault next season but admitted the team were looking at other options beyond that.Posted 3 years ago
However, he dismissed the idea that Red Bull could build their own engine as “highly improbable”.
He added: “First of all we need to see what the plans from Renault are. A team like Red Bull isn’t short of choices but we want to make sure we’re competitive for the long term. Obviously designing and manufacturing our own engine isn’t currently part of that plan. We have no desire to be an engine manufacturer; we want to work with a strong partner.”
For sure I think Hamilton will win. I read for sure on the BBC this morning that he has sacked Ayrton Senna as his hero for sure and employed Muhammed Ali instead. Sometimes a change is what is needed for sure and I think imagining that he is Ali will for sure give him that extra speed that imagining he is Senna failed to do for sure.Posted 3 years ago
Jeez – would you really rather have the sort of dull corporate drone that just hides all the emotion that goes along with being a highly competitive racer? Nah, I meant Kudos to him for coming out and not hiding the fact that he was utterly gutted about having made a stupid mistake that hands the advantage to Rosberg again. While the media stuff is ‘mandatory’ it’s not unknown for there to be a big delay while the team brief them about what to say (looking at you Red Bull).
Anyhow, bet he’s doing a rain dance in his motor home this morning. He’d love it to pour down after Rosberg’s just stopped for tyres but that’d mean Lewis not trashing his tyres first… which is unlikely.Posted 3 years ago
would you really rather have the sort of dull corporate drone
I don’t really see that Hamilton is any better than the others in this regard. Webber spoke his mind, Riccardo is always grinning from ear to ear, Kimi says little but doesn’t care, not that we hear him or Alonso much this year. Ok Vettel is a bit dull but we must allowances for his nationality. Rosberg, just comes across as calm and rational to me. There isn’t always something interesting or controversial to say.Posted 3 years ago
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