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, 91 days ago (edited 35 days ago) Reply #1

Let's talk about F1

VIDEOS


I'll share some videos here, please SHARE YOUR FAVORITE VIDEOS:
-have you seen this battle?
Arnoux vs Villeneuve at Dijon 1979

-or this Senna famous starting lap
Senna in the rain at Donington 1993 (sorry but this has to be commented by Galvão Bueno do brasil. yes, it has to be)

- i think the most famous Senna's race
Monaco 1984 full race never full

-Mansell overtaking Senna almost touching tyres
Mansell vs Senna

-Ken Tyrell
Ken Tyrell

from Jason Prudhoe: one of my favorites of all time xD
1998 Chaos & Carnage in Spa

from Jason Prudhoe: second best
Monaco 1996 - Panis - Ligier

-More Senna
Ayrton Senna | Formula One Racing Champion | Full Documentary

-Legends of the grid
Legends of the grid - playlist ep02 is missing :P

6 wheeler Tyrrel
Jackie Stewart tests the P34 Tyrrell 6 wheeler

-Gilles Villeneuve
Gilles - For the Love of Speed
(The whole point of racing, is to charge all the time. Gilles) damn, i love that

- 5 Controversies
5 controversies
I love controversies, don't you?:P
, 91 days ago Reply #2

- at the moment i think Hamilton-Mercedes is the best combination.
- for me, Ayrton Senna was the best, i started watching F1 in 1987, but i've seen every race since 1980 (thanks to the internet), since there, i think Senna was the best. My hero at that time was the crazy Nigel Mansell so i'm used to suffering :P
- If i have to choose a team, it's Ferrari, because of the red, the history and the passion this team means.
- Does hamilton still have a chance? good question, this weekend is really important. Let's see...
- I like the changes for 2017, hope it will mix results again.
, 91 days ago Reply #3

Favorite driver: Jenson Button one of the most under appreciated drivers of all time. Until Alonso he was better than every other driver he teamed with. Jackie Stewart was the best of all time.. One of the smartest drivers ever and a true champion at heart, a gentleman driver when that was still possible. Favorite team was Brawn, what a classy operation.

I hope Rosberg wins. I find Hamilton to be extremely distasteful.
, 91 days ago Reply #4

Driver? Rosberg
All time driver? Best or worst?
Team? was Arrows then Minardi in the late 90's mid 00's. no team these days.
win? at what?
start watching formula 1? 2000 australia, was a boy at the time rest my head on my fathers gut watching the race highlights, seeing a yellow minardi of Gaston Mazzacane on the "idiot box", my father compared Mazzacane's name to some savory product at the time as a joke.
my all time favorite race is 1998 belgium gp. it had everything in it!
future of f1? don't really care for the overcomplicated nature of the beast. when it is simplified more and certain people in the sport are removed from their place for those who can drive the sport to a better place, then there will be a future. for now, it is all hot air in a bag.
, 91 days ago Reply #5

First started regularly watching in 1994 iirc, there have been many drivers since then so I'm finding it very difficult to pick a favourite but probably Rubens Barrichello. First noticed him in a wet race driving for Stewart and thought, there goes a little man with big balls :-) Of the current drivers, probably a toss up between Riccardo and Button.

Favourite team? I don't have one but if I did it wouldn't be Ferrari. It just doesn't seem fair that in something which is supposed to be a sport they should get paid more than anyone else just because of who they are.

Can only comment on drivers I've seen and of those Schumacher was undoubtedly the best but I don't think you can really compare drivers from different eras, the cars have changed far too much over the years.

I hope Rosberg beats Hamilton.

As for the future of F1, it's become less of a sport and more of a moneymaking exercise for a select few over the years. I can't see that improving (if anything I predict it will get worse). After 2019 it doesn't matter to me cos it's only going to be available on sky as far as I'm aware so I'll no longer be watching.
, 91 days ago Reply #6

my favorite Driver currently is Daniel Ricciardo (Fast and funny)
All time great is Ayrton Senna (I watched some old races just to see him drive those amazing cars)
Favorite team is Ferrari (Michael Schumacher and ferrari was dream driver - team combo)
2016 is Nico Rosberg's best chance to Win Championship (But Hamilton is very capable of turning the table)
2005 I started watching F1, very inspired by speed and the sound,(miss those old days)
Future of F1 is very bright, thanks to some good rules changes and drivers like Max Verstappen, races will be exciting to watch
, 91 days ago Reply #7

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Who is your favorite driver?
- Well, it depends on which aspects we take into account, but I think this is an overall question. I think Daniel Ricciardo is the best one as he's fast, he does great starts and he's an agressive driver

Who was the best of all times?
- Ayrton Senna

What is your favorite team?
- In this season, Red Bull. In the first races they didn't drive as expected but they managed to overtake Ferrari and set as the 2nd Strongest team in the current season

Who is going to win?
- Nico Rosberg is the best option. But we have to watch today's race. I hope Hamilton doesn't mess up the race thanks to his wonderful starts

When did you start watching F1?
- When I was 5 (around 2005)

What you think about the future F1?
- We'll have to wait to 2017 to answer this question
, 90 days ago (edited 90 days ago) Reply #8

i'll start sharing some videos with pure F1

-have you seen this battle?
Arnoux vs Villeneuve at Dijon 1979

-or this Senna famous starting lap
Senna in the rain at Donington 1993 (sorry but this has to be commented by Galvão Bueno do brasil. yes, it has to be)

- i think the most famous Senna's race
Monaco 1984 full race never full

-Mansell overtaking Senna almost touching tyres
Mansell vs Senna
, 90 days ago Reply #9

dan
i'll start sharing some videos with pure F1
have you seen this battle? Arnoux vs Villeneuve at Dijon 1979



seen it before, but it didn't last very long.

one of my favorites of all time xD
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o02s_g5AUUE

second best:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dBRm5iCqQBkp

, 90 days ago (edited 90 days ago) Reply #10

Jason

seen it before, but it didn't last very long.

one of my favorites of all time xD
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o02s_g5AUUE

nice jason, i was watching that crash live!!

Jason

and that race from Olivier Panis on that Ligier too.
, 85 days ago Reply #11

today i'm posting this documentary: Ken Tyrell
, 84 days ago Reply #12

i'm going to share many videos about Ayrton Senna.
Ayrton Senna | Formula One Racing Champion | Full Documentary
, 84 days ago Reply #13

My favorite driver is Kimi Raikkonen. You can imagine how happy I am that he keeps getting contract extensions.

The best driver of all times, in my opinion, is Ayrton Senna. I wasn't alive to see him race, but he's always the measuring stick for big F1 talents, for good reason.

My favorite team is McLaren-Honda. I've always been a sucker for British cars, so Lotus was my favorite team until their exit, and McLaren-Honda was upped from 2nd to 1st. Alonso is also my 2nd favorite driver. 2014 was a dream come true...almost.

As for this years winner, I think it will be Rosberg. He has performed well under pressure and knows what he needs to do. As long as he keeps calm and drives on, I think the title is as good as his.

To be honest I haven't been watching F1 for the longest time. I was a casual fan until 2013 when I decided that I would start waking up at 2 or 3am to watch every race. Life has never been better.

For the future of F1, people seem excited over the 2017 regulations. I do think there is a little too much aero-reliance in the cars, which makes it hard to overtake. In NASCAR, they've been cutting the downforce away, and all of the drivers love it. It also makes for a pretty good show. We will see though, maybe the 2017 regulations will be the best yet. Just as long as Kimi and McLaren-Honda find their way up the order, I'll be pleased.
, 84 days ago (edited 83 days ago) Reply #14

-Legends of the grid
Legends of the grid - playlist ep02 is missing :P

6 wheeler Tyrrel
Jackie Stewart tests the P34 Tyrrell 6 wheeler
, 81 days ago Reply #15

-Gilles Villeneuve
Gilles - For the Love of Speed
(The whole point of racing, is to charge all the time. Gilles) damn, i love that
, 80 days ago Reply #16

So Rosberg needs a 2nd and a 3rd and that title is his, but Hamilton is making a mad lunge at it. He almost screwed up his race in Mexico into turn 1 with cold brakes and maybe a misjudgement on his side that lead to a full lock up and skipping turn 2. (On a side note: i am glad to see Vettel get his just reward after what he did to Ricciardo, i wonder if Ricciardo has thanked Verstappen for the podium result?)

Brazil next, be interesting to find out what will happen next.
, 80 days ago Reply #17

well, Rosberg need a 2nd and a 3rd if Hamilton wins. But, maybe it's easier to crash him :P
If he crash him one time, then a 7th will be enough to be champion. What would you do? LOL
I won't forget this:
This gave the champ to Prost.
Prost vs Senna 1989

This gave the champ to Senna
Senna vs Prost 1990
, 79 days ago Reply #18

dan
well, Rosberg need a 2nd and a 3rd if Hamilton wins. But, maybe it's easier to crash him :P
If he crash him one time, then a 7th will be enough to be champion. What would you do? LOL


Gone are the days of stewards decisions that were at that time pre-historic where the idea of knowing who did what was at best marginal. These days Nico can't do what Senna did on Prost and Prost did on Senna. he could see his championship go up in smoke if Hamilton pulls enough points even in a damaged car that keeps him in contention in the final race, if the Stewards take enough of a dim view on it, he could see a race suspension and if Hamilton wins that one, Rosberg only has himself to blame.

If Hamilton did the same thing with the intention of deliberately cutting Rosberg out of the title hunt, for example cutting Rosberg up and taking his front wing off without Hamilton getting a puncture and all on purpose. you can be sure it will be thoroughly looked into.

These days a driver can't sneeze without the FIA taking an interest and thinking it is a secret code to the team.
, 79 days ago Reply #19

Agreed. I hope we have the chance to see some battle between them. We have been waiting for many races. Now it's time for us to be the lucky ones :)
, 77 days ago Reply #20

Favorite Drivers are Hulkenberg and Bottas / All Time Favorite is Mika Hakkinen / Favorite Team is Williams / Rosberg will win it this weekend / I started watching in 2007 but due to the internet I've watched clear to the mid 90's / As for F1's future I hope it goes well and shakes up the order to where Mercedes aren't as dominant and hopefully the lower teams can climb a little closer to the front of the field and all together the competition is better / Favorite Helmet is Grosjean's from this year mainly cause the design and color combo look amazing together
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