Kimi Raikkonen finally won something – the ‘Driver of the Day’ in the Hungarian Grand Prix. Did Max Verstappen’s fans vote for him as a ‘thank you’ gesture for not overtaking their driver again?
Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen – both superlative Formula 1 talent. Can any constructor pull off the unthinkable and pair them as team-mates? All this and more as we discuss the 2016 British Grand Prix and other funny Formula 1 news.
With Formula 1’s most exciting talent locked-in with Red Bull Racing, Ferrari might just be forced to re-sign Kimi Raikkonen for 2017. Unless Nico Rosberg becomes available after the aftermath of the 2016 Austrian Grand Prix. He’s been a good ‘No. 2’ driver, after all.
No Mercedes, the 2016 Austrian Grand Prix didn’t make you look like idiots. In fact, we thank you for allowing your drivers to race. Please do not consider team-orders, for the sport’s sake. There’s not much to gain anyway, for you, or for us fans.