I was. That's one of the problems I listed. I don't think Hammy wants to go to a team where the people are more interested in the team politics than the driving itself. And it seriously distracts the drivers. No harm listing hypotheses, though.^^Hamilton to Renault Lol, were you watching in 2007?
Apparently Senna turned down Haug's DTM offer because he wanted to be guaranteed a race seat in F1 for 2010 with one of the Mercedes-powered teams. That's pretty strange in my opinion, I mean he's good, but not so good that he should ask for a guaranteed F1 seat...Bruno Senna? He is dying for a drive. It was quite funny watching Honda shunted him and signed up Rubens instead.
The Frenchman is hopeful, however, that he will be able to make progress once Toro Rosso gets new updates that sister team Red Bull has been using.
"It will be in two steps for us. In Barcelona we will get what Red Bull has, which is a significant thing because along with a big wing, so it's pretty major," he added.
True, but then if you think about it, Webber is pretty much on the same boat. 126 races, no race wins. And let's not mention Heidfeld has much more podium finishes than Webber, and much more career points.For me, the most likely is Heidfeld. A driver who has started 153 races has not won a single one doesn't really warrant a seat in a team that in the "normal" order is fighting for both the WDC and CC. But if he continues to haul in the points and help Kubica fight for the WDC, he may stick around.
I agree. I was just focusing on the drivers that haven't gotten a vote yet. But I think this could be Webber's year. Given the pace of the RB5, I think that he could finally get his first win, even though it will probably take Vettel having some kind of problem for it to happen.True, but then if you think about it, Webber is pretty much on the same boat. 126 races, no race wins. And let's not mention Heidfeld has much more podium finishes than Webber, and much more career points.
I doubt that Sutil will be able to out perform Kovalainen.Sadly, I have to put Heikki on that list as well. My nominee to replace him would be Adrian Sutil because I think in a better car he would be great. Remember, he finished second to Lewis in Formula 3. I like Heikki alot, but he has been very dissapointing since Monza last year.
True, but I'd like to see what Sutil could do if he was in a better car. Adrian turned in some quick lap times at Bahrain on Friday practice. But, as much as I like Heikki I do not think he was a smart choice for Mclaren as a second driver. He's a great qualifier but in the races he suffers a bit. You need a second driver who can push the lead driver....OR you can do what Mclaren did in the past and hire two top drivers with huge egos like Prost and Senna (my two favorite drivers of all time)...sure they fought alot but when they piloted the red and white attack in the late 80's no one could touch 'em.I doubt that Sutil will be able to out perform Kovalainen.
They tried that in 2007. Didn't end well.....OR you can do what Mclaren did in the past and hire two top drivers with huge egos like Prost and Senna (my two favorite drivers of all time)...sure they fought alot but when they piloted the red and white attack in the late 80's no one could touch 'em.