Someone Please Fight Back
It seems a little funny that I was absolutely enjoying the Vettel-Red Bull Racing dominance in 2013 and have a polar reaction when I now see Hamilton-Mercedes dominating the 2014 Formula1 Season. I guess this is what it feels like when a driver you donâ€™t support much is dominating. And of course, I wasnâ€™t one of those complaining during the Schumacher era either! (Read: Hamilton Is Winningly Boring)
The in-season test is currently underway and there are talks about a â€˜megaphoneâ€™ exhaust being tried by teams to enhance the sound of the 1.6 litre V6 power unit. I am only glad that our earlier episode â€˜Engine No-iseâ€™ was taken seriously! And in the same breath, I hope to witness â€˜Racing First, Engineering Laterâ€™! But it is heartening to know that â€˜Formula1 Puts Fans Firstâ€™, finally!
In the latest episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, we look back at the sheer dominance of Hamilton-Mercedes and wonder how Rosberg is usually only a tenth behind. And of course, we have Formula1â€™s Pastor to talk about, who is leading a championship of his own. But before I beat around the bush, can someone please fight back? I know Formula1â€™s structure and rules favour domination, but not Hamilton of all the drivers. Power up Rosberg!
Hereâ€™s whatâ€™s in store in the latest episode of our humour filled Formula1 Podcast:
- Did you find the 2014 Spanish Grand Prix interesting? (Read: Mercedes Is The New Red Bull)
- Has Hamilton got the better of Rosberg? Or is there more to this?
- Full marks to Rosberg for trying and chasing lap after lap after lap!
- The irony of being Kimi Raikkonen; we disclose
- Could Vettel have been on the podium had he qualified better?
- Dismal race for Mclaren, double points for Sahara Force India! #FeelTheForce
- No points for guessing who leads the World Penalty Championship
- Renault to stop supplying their under powered engines to a few teams?
- ‘Megaphoneâ€™ exhausts! We tell you more.
- If Mercedes is to be beaten, the 2014 Monaco Grand Prix is the best chance for the rest!
- Adrian Newey to Ferrari? Why not!
- We pooh-pooh modern Formula1â€™s PR strategy
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