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At this point, I'm convinced you cry yourself to sleep over the Grosjean-thing.Hughesy said:So Haas are going to retain their drivers, that's strange because I thought one was going to Ferrari
Your sig is next level and I think I need my meds because it's making me lose my mind and feel the need to fight a Serbian.Westyy said:They are not ahead by much if they are. I still think Ferrari have the better chassis but I don't think it's balanced enough. Also, let's not forget Hamilton has been mighty at Silverstone in recent years. Ferrari have a chance with Vettel, but they do need to get everything right from now. Race strategy & car setup etc seems to be their weak point.
And people who like Ferrari have been suicidal for close to a decade. I feel like we're all in the same boat here.RevolvingPrawn said:Dude, you liked RBR and Vettel, so of course you'll see it differently. For those of us who didn't, it felt like he won every other race. Which if he won 45% of the races is damn close to being true.
And if RBR won 53% of the races during that time, that is still domination. Less so than Merc, but still domination. Do you know what the percentage for the other teams are? Like what percentage did Ferrari and McLaren win during those seasons?
And personally, I'd rather watch 14-16 again over 10-13. 2012 was a very good season, but seeing Vettel just erode Alonso's (who was in the 3rd best car) points lead in the last part of the season was depressing. And then being gifted positions in the final race after the collision he caused at the start sucked complete ass. I'll never watch Brazil 2012 ever again.
Really trhough man, this is all just a matter of perspective, which I guess we've already established. People who like Vettel and RBR enjoyed 10-13. People who like Hamilton and Merc have enjoyed 14-16. Simple as that really, stats or no stats.