10th Jul 12, 16:40 #321
If both Grosjean, Massa and both McLarens had not let me down...I would be leading by now
When you're tired of rallying...you're tired of life
10th Jul 12, 16:44 #322
10th Jul 12, 17:31 #323
Although technically Pedro should be PdlR, or PMdlR.
Pedro de la Rosa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaThose who believe in telekinetics raise my hand.
10th Jul 12, 22:10 #324
Something like that. Either way it doesn't look like either pdr will be scoring points this year...FGP for 2013 has begun. Stop by and check it out at http://sites.google.com/site/2009fgp/. It is a great place to laugh and unwind from defending your favorite drivers and/or teams. I hope we see you in FGP!
11th Jul 12, 00:12 #325
With all due respect I think di Resta has an excellent chance of scoring in FGP.Those who believe in telekinetics raise my hand.
11th Jul 12, 03:37 #326
So, 17th in this GP, and 17th overall.
Man... I was hoping for a podium finish this year. But in retrospect, I really chose a bad combination. General wisdom in previous years was that spending on drivers isn't the best strategy, but this year, because the teams are so close and no manufacturer ahead of everyone else, even midfield/affordable drivers are getting good points, so unless you picked absolutely the worst driver combination possible (like me), then spending on midfield drivers was a wise strategy this year.
If I was to choose my team now, it would be a Renault engine, a Lotus chassis and at least one respectable driver.Iceman: Adjective 1)Rapid, swift 2)Nickname of Kimi-Matias Räikkönen, a legendary Formula 1 driver
12th Jul 12, 02:32 #327
We'll see.FGP for 2013 has begun. Stop by and check it out at http://sites.google.com/site/2009fgp/. It is a great place to laugh and unwind from defending your favorite drivers and/or teams. I hope we see you in FGP!
12th Jul 12, 16:58 #328
13th Jul 12, 17:06 #329
Be my guest. FI has been the craps all season and I Don't see it getting any better. Even if McLaren falter to 11-14th there are Williams and Sauber to fill in the two top ten places where Jense and Hamm should be.FGP for 2013 has begun. Stop by and check it out at http://sites.google.com/site/2009fgp/. It is a great place to laugh and unwind from defending your favorite drivers and/or teams. I hope we see you in FGP!
23rd Jul 12, 05:35 #330
Results will be up tomorrow.
23rd Jul 12, 14:44 #331
Anyone notice how Roman Grosjean's name was not mentioned at all? He was NOWHERE yesterday.
23rd Jul 12, 14:57 #332
Germania Grande Prix results:
1 Awesome Mustangs* 116
2 McLaren Domination Forever* 72
3 Katz Racing* 66
23rd Jul 12, 15:04 #333
1 Awesome Mustangs* 489
2 Studiose Racing* 476
3 Sentinel Racing* 461
4 Rocky Road* 460
5 Slash Racing* 456
6 MSF Jens GP* 454
7 Team Marlboro Koz Racing 449
8 PSF1* 444
9 DeezLugNutz* 443
10 Mussara F1* 441
23rd Jul 12, 15:05 #334
You're killing me Roman, Absolutely KILLING me. My sister is now ahead of me in the overall standings!
Help Us, Silver-y McLaren. You are our only hope!
23rd Jul 12, 15:05 #335
RG sucked in Germany, and my team took a real hit with Vettel getting the penalty, on top of Kimi's great result. However I will gladly take the bullet to see Vettel exposed as somewhat of a pampered punk.
And what is with his apology to the team for not winning the race on the cool down lap.
Those who believe in telekinetics raise my hand.
23rd Jul 12, 15:16 #336
I am among those who have Grosjean as first driverWhen you're tired of rallying...you're tired of life
23rd Jul 12, 15:19 #337
I heard that. I don't know why he said it. He drove well but Alonso drove better.
23rd Jul 12, 17:09 #338
Well, my hopes of finishing at the top of the leaderboard are gradually coming to an end, because Alonso is absolutely dominating the WDC standings. I won't blame Grosjean - he has nonetheless collected quite a lot of points by now (who expected him to collect 60+ points before the season, while choosing him as their driver?) and more than other midfield drivers. But the success of Alonso/Ferrari over Red Bull and McLaren/Mercedes is absolutely fateful...
23rd Jul 12, 19:16 #339
Fateful and hurtful.
23rd Jul 12, 23:34 #340
I didnt do to bad 23rd considering Lewis & Jean Eric both failed badly.
Ferrari Engine won and Sauber Chassis got loads of points. Well done Fernando, Sergio & Kamui."In F1 too many things overshadow the Racing" by Kimi
"Like DRS, soft tyres and "The Show"." by Me