Is Mick Schumacher Really Replacing Kimi Raikkonen?

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    Alfa Romeo’s Kimi Raikkonen is the most experienced driver in F1 ever as he holds the record for the greatest number of races entered at 341. He will also be 42 next year and there has been no concrete indication from him on whether he will stay in F1. Rumors have also been abound recently suggesting that current Haas driver Mick Schumacher will be signed by Alfa Romeo to replace Kimi. Team principal Frederic Vasseur has now spoken about the driver situation while directly addressing the possibility of Kimi driving for them next year as quoted by GPFans

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    0:00 - Mick Schumacher To Replace Kimi Raikkonen At Alfa Romeo Next Year?
    1:44 - Fast Feed

    I'm your host Dillon Shelley and first up on Formula World:

    Mick Schumacher To Replace Kimi Raikkonen At Alfa Romeo Next Year?

    Vasseur started off by responding to the rumors of Mick Schumacher driving for them next year

    “It is far too early to discuss this. We are working together, we have tonnes of races in a row over the last two or three months and I think we [will] discuss together in the last part of the season, not before”

    “To keep the system under pressure is always a good thing. I don’t want to commit for a long time, I don’t want to say ‘Okay guys, you can relax and blah blah’. We have to keep everybody under pressure”

    “F1 is all about pressure and we have to keep it like this. We don’t know what could happen around us, in the junior series and in the top of the field and so on and we don’t want to take this kind of commitment today”

    He summed up his words by speaking specifically about his current driver line-up

    “We know that the grid will begin to form at the top. Mercedes will make its decision, then it will be Red Bull's turn and at some point, it will be our turn. At the moment, we do not have to decide. We have doubts right now with Kimi, but Antonio is improving”


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    Red Bull boss Christian Horner has suggested that “both Pierre [Gasly] and Alex [Albon] are tremendously gifted drivers, but timing just wasn’t right” during their time at Red Bull

    “Then the pressured environment that [they] have, and the expectation, it was very tough for them”

    He also feels that it was a “bold move to step out of the scheme this year with Sergio [Perez] but the way he settled in and the way he’s delivering, it would have been very tough for him not to be in Formula 1”

    McLaren’s Daniel Ricciardo has “had success in this sport for the last ten years and [he doesn't] want to suddenly give up everything that got [him] there”

    “That's why [he wants] to continue to use [his] instincts. On the other hand, it would be stubborn to say: the way I do it is right”

    He has “to learn to acknowledge the facts. Because when [he looks] at Lando, [he sees] that the car works very well with a different driving technique”

    Aston Martin’s reserve driver Nico Hulkenberg pointed out that “Max [Verstappen] and Lewis [Hamilton] are performing at the very highest level and it is fascinating to follow the championship”

    He added that Max “is only 23, but already has six years of experience in Formula 1. As a result, he's already insanely seasoned”

    AlphaTauri team principal Franz Tost has stated “that a young driver needs three years to understand this complicated Formula 1, because Formula 1 has become much more complicated than it was years ago”

    Alpine’s Fernando Alonso thinks that they “will fight with AlphaTauri and Aston Martin for fifth place for sure”

    He also thinks “it is more building the team structure, fine-tuning the pit stops, the strategy, the tyre management, and many things that [they] can to be as prepared as possible for 2022”

    Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff thinks that “Sebastian [Vettel] is someone who not only looks at sustainability, but lives by it”, referring to Vettel’s statement that he will vote for the Green Party

    “It's in keeping with his character that he has this attitude. I think that's absolutely fine”

    “It is sometimes a tightrope act to fly around the world as a Formula 1 driver, to operate these monster machines and at the same time to say that you vote green. He has to take the criticism”, Wolff added

    Retired F1 driver turned pundit Martin Brundle has explained that “if you were running Mercedes-Benz, you’d ask is Valtteri Bottas our man to win the World Championship when Lewis inevitably retires two, three, four years into the future. You’d have to think no”

    “I hate to say that, I really admire Valtteri as he is a great driver and does an amazing job against the might of Lewis Hamilton”, Brundle added

    However, he thinks “Mercedes have to get a young gun in there that would emerge as their automatic new team leader sooner than later”


    Do you think Mick Schumacher should replace Kimi Raikkonen next year?

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*Link to poll:* https://www.youtube.com/post/UgwMbXqyhE3IpkaQDXZ4AaABCQ 0:00 - Mick Schumacher To Replace Kimi Raikkonen At Alfa Romeo Next Year? 1:44 - Fast Feed

23 dagen geleden
Alan Angcao
Alan Angcao

As much as I love Kimi and his Kimi-isms, Mick NEEDS a better car, he proved it today by being aggressive against Max Verstappen but couldn’t hold it for long cause the Red Bull is just that much faster. Teams should stop dropping the ball on F2 champions, Nyck de Vries is in Formula E and Russell is just scrapping by at Williams just praying the Mercedes seat opens up.

2 dagen geleden
Paul Allen
Paul Allen

The wise thing from Ferrari's point of view is to have Mick *mentored* by Kimi. He'd be the perfect teacher to learn car set ups from and his experience alone makes him ideal for the mentor role.

9 dagen geleden
Crish :D
Crish :D

I'd like to see Mick be a teammate of Kimi, imagine that, he doesn't get advice from his father anymore so having Kimi will be good for him!

10 dagen geleden
mortennikolay s.
mortennikolay s.

Video summed up: Is Mick going to replace Kimi? It's to early to say.

18 dagen geleden
Chef Pedro Almeida
Chef Pedro Almeida

I belive will be A. Felix Da costa

19 dagen geleden
Samuel Ride
Samuel Ride

I honestly don’t think kimi will stay around for the new era cars next year. I think he’s just over it snd had his time

20 dagen geleden
João Coelho
João Coelho

kimi is going for the most difficult record in f1, the oldest f1 champion, fangio has the record, but i reckon a strong alpha romeo to win the championship in 5 years

20 dagen geleden
David F
David F

Is mick replacing kimi? Nobody knows 🤦‍♂️ this channel is almost becoming click bait

20 dagen geleden
Berk Ç.
Berk Ç.

*NEIN NEIN NEIN AMK*

20 dagen geleden
Coach Gregs Anabolic icecream
Coach Gregs Anabolic icecream

Kimi Raikkonen, Mick Schumacher, George Russel, and Danny Ric are all overated. Sorry, had to get this off my chest somewhere

20 dagen geleden
Gingercollo 1
Gingercollo 1

Kimi forever no one never 🤣🤣🤣🤣

21 dag geleden
Kuba Prošek
Kuba Prošek

Brundle out here really on a campaign to get russell to mercedes

21 dag geleden
Bruno Lr
Bruno Lr

They need to develop the car, Kimi is the right man. I think they will keep him one more year, at least one more season with because of the new regulations.

21 dag geleden
Jacques M
Jacques M

Martin Brundle has been in F1 for years... surely he knows that Bottas is the contractual number 2 driver and is instructed to not race Lewis?!?!? (Lewis been asked at the 2nd Austrian race "are we racing now?".... If it was open season... Lewis may not have had 7 championships... Why on earth do you think Nico retired after being crowned World Champion? He was told contractually that Lewis was number 1 (and always will be)... so he beat Lewis fair & square and then retired.... Seriously Martin.. you should know better

21 dag geleden
User 307351926
User 307351926

I think the line up for Alfa will be 47 & 77. I see Antonio going to a different team and Kimi retiring at the end of this season.

21 dag geleden
Barry Peers
Barry Peers

not alot to go on dingo

21 dag geleden
Danny Hansen
Danny Hansen

Well Kimi is one of my favorites.. but his age is against him.. BUT.. throwing the most experienced driver out and letting an amateur like Schumacher would be a big mistake!! Kimi is one, if not the best, at helping develop cars and teams with his experience!

21 dag geleden
Rainman
Rainman

Get rid of Kimi and you are dead to me!

22 dagen geleden
Humping Raider
Humping Raider

Can we just allow 21 cars on the grid and have Kimi on for literally as long as he wants. Even when’s he’s to old to go past 100 kph and always holds up traffic? Please?

22 dagen geleden
Tyrone Corbin
Tyrone Corbin

Mick should have been with this team from the beginning .

22 dagen geleden
Murugan R
Murugan R

I wonder what Martin Brundle would have said if Mercedes had two British drivers and Valteri was the young gun.

22 dagen geleden
Joyson Dias
Joyson Dias

Nico Hülkenberg will replace Kimi Räikkönen Mick Schumacher will replace Antonio Giovinazzi Perfect mix of youth & experience

22 dagen geleden
[KPG]
[KPG]

Please Kimi, for the love of MWOAH, retire

22 dagen geleden
Michel Crepin
Michel Crepin

God I hope not. Replacing a fair play and consistency legend by a semi-rookie who has proven nothing and direct line to a cheater, unsporstsmanlike artist and plainly over-hyped hypocrytical fake champion. The white version of Hamilton.

22 dagen geleden
roller
roller

If Kimi is gone please take Gio with you dude is the definition of forgettable.

22 dagen geleden
Dy Jeman
Dy Jeman

I don't want Kimi to leave F1

22 dagen geleden
Sebastiaan Swinkels
Sebastiaan Swinkels

Mick needs more time in the seat, this years Haas is hardly anything to go by tbh.

22 dagen geleden
MetikalMan
MetikalMan

Mick and Illot should be at Alfa next year.

22 dagen geleden
MetikalMan
MetikalMan

Kimi to Indycar! I want him back at McLaren!

22 dagen geleden
Kud Zem
Kud Zem

Why not give Kubica a chance?

22 dagen geleden
HeavyHarris
HeavyHarris

I feel like people are sleeping on Gio this year, he's consistently qualifying well above Kimi. The race pace isn't exactly there but he definitely looks better than previous years

22 dagen geleden
footynutguy
footynutguy

If kimi retires then Mick should replace him, but ideally he herds another year at Haas before moving up.

22 dagen geleden
neo
neo

no schumacher replace giovinazzi and kubica replace raikonnen as orlen is named sponsor

22 dagen geleden
John Lloyd
John Lloyd

Illot should get the Alfa drive

22 dagen geleden
Guicho 271828
Guicho 271828

Didn't Kimi say he is "just filling the empty seat because they needed a driver" when he got a seat at Alpha?

22 dagen geleden
Chris du Bruyn
Chris du Bruyn

Kimi is close to everyone’s heart and I think he has an important role in F1 in a different capacity

22 dagen geleden
BigMac Mick
BigMac Mick

LOL at Toto @ 3:34 He's blatantly trying to take some attention away from Lewis and the hatred he gets for his hypocritical views on 'saving the planet and the oceans'

22 dagen geleden
joe popes
joe popes

Kimi is an awesome driver. But he has the age and should stop Formula 1 now. Mick Schuhmacher will get an offer from Mercedes too. If Ferrari doesn't react, someone else will. Mick has the talent and also the name.

22 dagen geleden
reflex. playz
reflex. playz

Kimi won’t retire from F1. F1 will retire from Kimi

22 dagen geleden
Mike z
Mike z

Mick at Alfa instead of Kimi? No. Because Ferrari would have to come up with quite a few extra millions to make that happen. And honestly? Why should they?

22 dagen geleden
Tanjit Singh
Tanjit Singh

Who wants to work with/for a guy like Kimi? He’s a douche. He’s very meme-able and the online community loves it but imagine a guy like that in your workspace? Imagine being in the paddock with that kind of energy and persona when your working. They keep him for the money he brings

22 dagen geleden
evilution
evilution

I bet HAAS will be glad to get rid of him. A team should never have 2 bad drivers and 2 bad cars.

23 dagen geleden
Phil Porter
Phil Porter

Newsflash- Rich kid gets preferential treatment!

23 dagen geleden
Ludwig St
Ludwig St

It’S the first time ever Horner talks about Gasly and not critticizes him

23 dagen geleden
ROB P
ROB P

is this the guy Hamilton was like WHO?

23 dagen geleden
Frank Kubrick
Frank Kubrick

Mick needs to get away from harasaspin

23 dagen geleden
dneth19
dneth19

Personally I'm really against teams announcing or even considering about picking drivers for the following season when not even 40% of current season is not concluded. I think there should be a rule to indicate this as if one team jumps the gun it will be adding pressure on rest of the teams/drivers. Let them compete and see who is gonna stay/eave/replace/retire. It will be good on the teams,drivers and also us, the fans as we get to see pressure less driving of the champs.

23 dagen geleden
Steven Byrd
Steven Byrd

Haas announced that they were going to sacrifice the 2021 season to work on next years car. Why would Mick Schumacher want to move to the second worst team, who did develope their car for 2021. He has exerience with the Haas team, and I can't see why he would move to Alfa Romeo unless there are internal conflicts at Haas.

23 dagen geleden
Onkar Indurkar
Onkar Indurkar

Its funny how kimi owns more of alpha romeo team than the team principal himself.

23 dagen geleden
Jake M
Jake M

Alfa have already commented that it’s up to Kimi whether he drives next year or not. In the 1950’s, with very dangerous and very difficult to drive F1 cars - there were multiple drivers in their 50’s. Louis Chiron was 58 and racing in F1. 42 is nothing…

23 dagen geleden
Loxs
Loxs

Albon back to alpha tauri!!!

23 dagen geleden
Olly Plays
Olly Plays

Nico UUUUUUUlkemberg

23 dagen geleden
Kevin Harter
Kevin Harter

Mick is not replacing kimi

23 dagen geleden
Andreas Kratky
Andreas Kratky

If this happens we will see a comeback of kwyat for sure in the russian haas

23 dagen geleden
Shadrach Daka
Shadrach Daka

“Things might change at the top of the grid.” 🤔 Bottas, you mean?

23 dagen geleden
Pepor
Pepor

Honestly, I think Mick should replace Giovinazzi. He already had 3 seasons and kimi outperformed him in every each one of them

23 dagen geleden
Paul Allen
Paul Allen

People talk about the qualifying for some reason. F1 isn't about qualifying but who finishes ahead of the other in the race. And in the races themselves Kimi finishes ahead of Giovinazzi more than the other way round. In 2019 the stats were 16-2 in Kimi's favor in the races they both finished. In 2020 it was 9-4 in Kimi's favor. In 2021 we still see Kimi ahead of Gio in most races. We saw Leclerc making easy work of Vettel at Ferrari which is why Seb had to go. We see Norris outracing Ricciardo in pretty much all races in 2021. But we *don't* see Giovinazzi doing the same to Kimi. If a driver in his prime at 27 can't consistently beat a 41 year old veteran I don't see him ever becoming a top driver like say Leclerc. I'm also saying that Sauber/Alfa wouldn't even have hired Giovinazzi for the 2nd seat unless Ferrari had a say of who they should put in the 2nd seat. For Ferrari it's a matter of assessing the skills of their junior drivers. If Ferrari decides they want to assess Mick Schumacher, Callum Ilott (current Ferrari test driver) or Robert Shwartzman (should he make it to F1 next year) then it's Giovinazzi which has to go not Kimi. Ocon is another young drive who can't beat his older team mates. Perez beat him for two years straight at Force India, then Ricciardo outscored him by twice his own score at Renault in 2020 and right now old man Alonso is outracing him. I'm puzzled to why Alpine wants to keep Ocon. What I saw in Verstappen and Leclerc almost immediately I don't see in him. Alpine only signed him because he's French and they sorely want another Alain Prost. Ocon is no Prost. He's not even a Jacques Laffite. In Austria we saw Kimi racing Alonso hard for position. Alonso overtook him and Kimi overtook Alonso to take back his position within a lap. We see race craft in Kimi. When did we last see something like that from Gio? Then people just look at it all from qualifying. That's because they can't assess drivers if neither scores points and are all focused on the front runners.

9 dagen geleden
Max 44
Max 44

F1 doesn't need sprint races. It needs a m1 pro car style series with cars like the Aston Valkyrie, Mercedes Project one and the crazy Lambo from Goodwood. You get more racing with cars producing very little dirty air while substracting nothing from the special event of the one Formula 1 race. This series would also make a stage for aspiring F1 drivers like Albon, Hulkenberg, Magnussen and all the new comers.

23 dagen geleden
Conor Treacy
Conor Treacy

Giovanazzi is in the Ferarri controlled seat at Alfa not Kimi. If Schumacher, Shwartzman or Illot are to move to Alfa next season it would be Giovanazzi who would have to give up their seat not Kimi. Kimi's seat is decided by Sauber where I believe Kimi is a part owner? I can't see Kimi giving up just yet but who knows 🤷‍♂️

23 dagen geleden
Toe Gobbler
Toe Gobbler

They should remove gio not kimi

23 dagen geleden
Shanaka Abeywickrama
Shanaka Abeywickrama

When Horner says “the timing wasn’t right”, he is referring to the timing sheets.

23 dagen geleden
Ajunta
Ajunta

Hahahahahah, niiiiice

20 dagen geleden
Allen A
Allen A

I think they'll keep Raikonnen to get input for the new regulation

23 dagen geleden
stratman
stratman

Alfa Romeo: "when are you leaving us, kimi?" Kimi:..."leave me alone, i know what i'm doing..."

23 dagen geleden
Martin Day
Martin Day

Mick Schumacher comes across as very humble and respectful of others and he has come into F1 with a lot of expectation and is at best currently finding his F1 feet and feeling his way. Based on current form he would be replacing Kimi more because of his name rather than any ability that he has demonstrated. Truly great drivers such as Hamilton and Verstappen are quick from the get go and at this stage Mick, looks to be more like a Ralph than a Michael.

23 dagen geleden
Adam Carpenter
Adam Carpenter

I mean is that really an upgrade for him? Alfa isn't much quicker than HAAS and I get the feeling HAAS' car next year will be worlds better with all of the new money they are pouring into it

23 dagen geleden
Not Aaryan Rath
Not Aaryan Rath

Maybe swap Gio and Mick?

23 dagen geleden
Czesław Wiesław
Czesław Wiesław

Kubica

23 dagen geleden
AH Hmm
AH Hmm

F1 should really stop virtue signaling about sustainability. The ICE releases carbon, and nothing can change this. It is literally a technology that is driving the 6th mass extinction.

23 dagen geleden
vibhu sharma
vibhu sharma

It’s ridiculous how Kimi made two mistake this season and everyone is on his case like he should retire. Where leclerc has multiple rash driving incidents in one race pushing other drivers out of track or bumping in to them and nobody says shit! I really want kimi to stay one more for 2022 and hopefully with better car and new regulations he will show everyone why he’s one of the best of all time! Age is just a number, Alonso just came back at the age of 41 and performing really well because alpine has a better car! Alfa Romeo is being struggling last 2 season because of lack of power Ferrari engines and Kimi still able to finish 11-12th almost in every race this year! Personally I would be sad if Kimi leaves F1 because I really believe he deserves a fair chance to compete with a better car! Hopefully Alfa Romeo keeps him for 1 more year

23 dagen geleden
TheRealHoltzy
TheRealHoltzy

Look, Kimi has been playing "My Team" irl since his departure to Sauber. Kimi is part owner of Sauber and chooses when he leaves. Alfa's 2 seats are split between Sauber drivers and a Ferrari junior/academy seat. Gio is in that Ferrari academy seat, so bringing Mick in would sacrifice Gio, not Kimi. Kimi wants to retire from F1, not racing, just F1 and he has been following his plan meticulously since he put it into action while still at Ferrari. Everything that happens to Kimi is by his own design. No need for panic or speculation

23 dagen geleden
Huayra
Huayra

Even if kimi is let go illot would prolly be the go to man because haas needs shumacher to stay since he is both talented with a lot of sponosrs and cash, scwartzman, illot, etc dont have no where near the amount msc has, so haas really needs to try and keep mick

23 dagen geleden
bean red
bean red

why would you keep italian jesus, he's not gd enough to be a mentor of other driver, at the same time he also not able to perform, he improving so what, not a world champion material anyways and he's already 28, basically no future, on the other hand, if you pair mick and kimi, at least mick can learn from kimi, what can gio bring for the other driver or the team?nothing

23 dagen geleden
Sukalpa Kundu
Sukalpa Kundu

Give the seat to CALLUM ILLOT.

23 dagen geleden
Andrew Storm
Andrew Storm

Renault - need to improve pit stop / strategy but they should have been doing that for years

23 dagen geleden
Ayush2727
Ayush2727

then ilo might go to mass

23 dagen geleden
Ryan Matthew Reyes
Ryan Matthew Reyes

Idk what planet Daniel is living. I swear every time he opens his mouth he describes a landscape at odds with reality.

23 dagen geleden
Alexander Hellén
Alexander Hellén

Short answer: no

23 dagen geleden
Surya Chandrasekaran
Surya Chandrasekaran

Bwoah Dillon, it doesn't really matter what we think. Alfa Romeo will do what it wants, so there's no point of what we think

23 dagen geleden
SD Alexander
SD Alexander

I definitely think with Mick's pedigree we can make an impact on the sport. The problem is all the top teams have very solid drivers right now. I think in a few years there may be an option at Red Bull then I'd like to see Mick in that seat. If you can get into Alfa Romeo and raise his game who knows maybe even Mercedes might be an option. And you know what Mercedes would totally make sense for both Mercedes and Mick. I really hope to see Mick in a few years.

23 dagen geleden
Matt McNelis
Matt McNelis

So you essentially told us nothing new. Cool Thanks 👍

23 dagen geleden
Isaac
Isaac

Kimi is still one of the best drivers on the grid.

23 dagen geleden
Tony Thomas
Tony Thomas

Rather than replacing Kimi for Mick Schumacher, Alfa Romeo-Sauber should replace Frederic Vasseur from Team Principal and put some proven motorsport TP to bring results to the team.

23 dagen geleden
Pew Pew
Pew Pew

Personally I think this is for the best. Kimi already proved himself to be one of the most experienced, fastest and the best with car control. Alfa would also be the perfect team for Mick to prove himself worthy of the Ferrari seat.

23 dagen geleden
Scare Tactics
Scare Tactics

Confirmed: Kimi to Haas. Günther and Kimi together in one team. Can you imagine?

23 dagen geleden
Victor Viterbo
Victor Viterbo

Ricciardo is awesome

23 dagen geleden
Arthur Bretas
Arthur Bretas

I'm not ready for Kimi's retirement

23 dagen geleden
Luke Orphan
Luke Orphan

I say mick to replace Gio and Illot to replace Kimi if he chooses to leave F1 or even move to haas.

23 dagen geleden
Mick Psyphon
Mick Psyphon

Unfortunately, Hamilton signed a 2 year deal; otherwise "s say that bringing Mick in to drive alongside Valteri next year, would be prime!

23 dagen geleden
Mick Psyphon
Mick Psyphon

@Steven Byrd  @Steven Byrd  What's ridiculous about it? I didn't comment on how good Hamilton is. I merely stated that with Hamilton signed for another two years, that prevents any other driver from taking that spot; and specifically, with respect to Mick, I would like to see him in a Team with another seasoned driver, rather than with the boat anchor Mazepin. Mick has a history of taking a year to get up to speed in any racing series that he's joined. If that holds true with F1, them we can expect huge improvements next year, but in his current Team it won't be noticeable. They're a backmarker Team; and they're unlikely to become anything more than that as long as Mazepin drives for them. There's nothing wrong with saying that you'd like to see something happen; and in F1, I've seen far stranger things. You might as well say that it's ridiculous for me to want ice cream in January in Northern Canada.

23 dagen geleden
Steven Byrd
Steven Byrd

This is an all around ridiculous statement. Obviously, Hamilton is an incredible driver and the right choice for Merc, and there was no way they wouldn't sign him unless he decided to quit F1. Mick is nowhere close to being ready for a Merc seat, even if Russel wasn't an option. With Russel as an option, Merc would be insane to sign anybody else to a seat.

23 dagen geleden
RV A
RV A

Tbh Alfa isn't a step up. It's more like a side step

23 dagen geleden
Addhyan Malhotra
Addhyan Malhotra

FAAAST FEEEED

23 dagen geleden
LE 11
LE 11

Sorry but I think Kimi's last year will be 2022. He have to leave that seat ultimately for new drivers.

23 dagen geleden
Justin Chung
Justin Chung

Mick should team up with Kimi while Antonio should replace Mick at Haas imo

23 dagen geleden
Gabriel Lemut B.
Gabriel Lemut B.

the pressure to be last, worst chief ever

23 dagen geleden
Alberto Amador
Alberto Amador

Actually Mick seems a worthy replacement for Kimi, very big shoes to fill though.

23 dagen geleden
Jack Albert
Jack Albert

Lando Norris is going to teach Danny Ric how to drive

23 dagen geleden
Left-Handed Eskimo
Left-Handed Eskimo

Bwoah.

23 dagen geleden
Cosmic Gibber
Cosmic Gibber

Hi Dillon Shelley, when will you deliver the facts of formula 1 instead of feeds?

23 dagen geleden
Cosmic Gibber
Cosmic Gibber

Hi Dillon Shelley, And will Red Bull / Marko and Horner be the only team believing in Max for 7 long years to believe in the world record for delivering a champion since Nigel?

23 dagen geleden
Cosmic Gibber
Cosmic Gibber

Hi Dillon Shelley, Will Max break the world record for being the longest since Nigel Mansell to win a world championship in F1? Kimi won it after 6, Alonso /Hamilton/Vettel won after their 3rd?

23 dagen geleden
The Chinese Russian
The Chinese Russian

I wonder if crofty's "Russell to mercedes announcement at silverstone" will be in a rumour round up

23 dagen geleden

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