What? Minardi?Lord Blackadder said:Let's hope it doesn't blow up every race like last year
I have to admit though, McLaren has made me get my hopes up that there will be some serious competition with that Italian team....
Simple looking cars? Now? Have you seen the sculpture on the side of the Mclaren or the Sauber? Michelangelo couldn't have done that...russed said:i like it how the cars are starting to look a bit more like they did in the early nineties. a bit more simple and shorter.
anyway. i think mclaren will have got their act together this year but i have really lost all faith in f1 to see an exciting season. it will be dull all the way. no crashes, no overtaking, no nothing other than a procession from start to finish. any guess who will be at the front?
all i was meaning is that they are beooming a bit more like the 90's. a bit shorter a bit dumpier, i tjust think thy look a bit better!MOFS said:Simple looking cars? Now? Have you seen the sculpture on the side of the Mclaren or the Sauber? Michelangelo couldn't have done that...
you have to give him a little credit as his verbal skills have improved a lot since his first F1 interview but anyway, you're right, he's interested in driving the car, not talking about it.wymer100 said:we'd have to listen to Kimi in the post-race interview, and I wouldn't wish that on anyone!
Each rookie says the same, I do hope he will improve his skills at the interviews, I remember Montoya saying "You know, you know" every sentence, , it was the year when he made 7 poles, 2002, I think.JFreak said:he's interested in driving the car, not talking about it.
Not sure, it's very hard to tell isn't because it's so dark under the nose, this is an evolution of the 19B so maybe they've stuck with the twin keel layout?Williams haven't fully abandoned twin keels just yet, Sam Michael was very evasive when asked about that.anonymous161 said:Anyone know if the 20 is a twin keel car like the 19 or did they return to a single keel? I heard tell that Williams was abandoning the twin design but I haven't heard about McLaren and with their dark livery it is hard to tell.
Ask yourself... is it really Schumacher that makes it boring? or is it the failure of every other team and driver to assemble credible opposition?russed said:he is sooooo boring
I give him a lot of credit for trying and improving, but I still think Steven Hawkins has more inflection in his "voice."JFreak said:you have to give him a little credit as his verbal skills have improved a lot since his first F1 interview
I'm wondering if the large number of panels is due to the heat issues. They may have put heat resistant panels over "hotspots" with regular old carbon fiber over the rest.iGAV said:Lastly, that rear end is really tightly packaged, with what looks like a ton of panel lines, they almost give it an F14 look about it, looks very complicated, but visually stunning.
Ask yourself... is it really Schumacher that makes it boring? or is it the failure of every other team and driver to assemble credible opposition?
When did we start talking about the Indi 500?wdlove said:That new model may be just the New Year gift for David Letterman and his Bobby Rayhall team. It may be the key to winning the Indianapolis 500 a second year in a row.
Other than tires, engine, aerodynamics, weight...wdlove said:It's in reference to the Rayhall team using the new Mclaren 2005 model. See no reason why they couldn't use it at the 500.
I didn't say he was always in the fight for the titleCounterfit said:Damn straight! Well, except '99, that was Eddie