Have lotus got the pace for a championship this year, with a modest two qualifying sessions but an amazing start to the year with a win do we think kimi, or maybe even grosjean could be high contenders for the championship, i think its unlikely with redbull being very strong , ferrari, mercedes and mclaren more contenders lotus will have to keep the game strong
Paul di resta is certainly not my favourite driver at the moment and i do not see a lot to be desired in his personality but i do feel pity should be taken upon him as the striving young brit narrowly missed out on the mclaren place last year to sergio (checo) perez, who unlike di resta is a ‘paid driver’ and so with his comfortable financial position and skill level that probably matches paul’s he obviously was the man for the job.
Luckily for paul, however, the force india cars have seemed to have , made a considerable leap in terms of pace and looking a lot stronger than some of the other midfield teams.
Unfortunately for paul though there is once again a new problem, the return of sutil!
And with sutil overshadowing paul he is less likely to get the team offer he so desperately wants
Bernie Ecclestone has faced serious allegations against his running of f1 with the largest being race fixing, i wish to believe this is not true not only for my enjoyment but for the survival of the sport. He is however a but sly in the way he and the CVC taking large amounts of money out of f1. And he is doing this, theres no denying that the teams are earning a very small percentage of what they really should be earning because of the extraction of their income by the CVC. We need more teams on the grid with some of the main contenders retiring from the sport because of financial issues we are left with a smaller grid, and its not looking bright for the current teams either with the recessions end not seeming to loom any closer.
New blog, gonna start off with the controversy of the malaysian gp on sunday