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Ted Kravitz analyses all the action and looks behind the scenes from qualifying at the Chinese Grand Prix.
Ricciardo would be ahead of Vettal on points if not for Red bull trying to cheat. Vettal never made any big mistakes on Q3 lap so in my opinion Ricciardo is naturally quicker. I can see a massive shake up in drivers and management...
Hamilton is a great driver and as a great driver people naturally want to have a go at him, people have called him stupid, aggressive and dangerous because of the way he drives. These same people would call Senna a genius if he did...
If they're so much more advanced than the rest of us why aren't they building their own chassis and power unit ??? After such arrogance I'm going to rather enjoy watching this particular team wallow around at the back...
Hahahaha I'd love to see this. It may well bring the establishment in F1 to their senses and realise that F1 is nearly dead. You can't have a formula that carries the F1 banner and it has a 1.6 bloody engine, no danger, no sound anymore...
My my we are all a tad sensitive. He's a wealthy american bringing a new team into the sport we all love. Although some of his comments are a bit jingoistic that's their way and you can't expect him to say they don't...
Only Daniel Ricciardo at Red Bull will come out with more respect from the majority of all fans. Red Bull, Horner, Marko, Mateschitz etc all got the result that most expected finally being caught with their hand in the cookie jar....
Red Bull fitted one fuel flow sensor which they purchased from Gill Sensors and which was homologated by the FIA in accordance with regulation 5.10.4. They had to do this or it would be an automatic disqualification. Red...
Well done FIA, for once, but further to the fuel flow dispute, it¿s rumoured that RBR are thinking about changing to Cosworth engines if Renault don¿t get up to speed, surely the engines were homologated before the season started...