The 6 word sum up!

17 Aug

As we are in the summer holiday I’m going to write a 6 word summary of each driver this year.

Sebastian Vettel: Someone please stop him winning everything.

Mark Webber: Unfairly treated but still good teamwork.

Lewis Hamilton: On stewards office speed-dial and complaining.

Jenson Button: Winner in wet and double centurion.

Fernando Alonso: Never loses hope and amazing starter.

Felipe Massa: At last back from terrible injury.

Michael Schumacher: Way past it but carries on.

Nico Rosberg: Embarrasses Team-mate, podium contender, bad car.

Nick Heidfeld: Smashing his own record, never wins.

Vitaly Petrov: Did look good but not now.

Rubens Barrichello: Awful car, but driver hangs on.

Pastor Maldonado: Good qualifier generally retires in races.

Adrian Sutil: Not good enough compared to team-mate.

Paul Di Resta: Great driver, best performance  Silverstone qualifying

Kamui Kobayashi: Risk all, drive fast and overtake.

Sergio Perez: Amazing,  will take Massa’s seat soon.

Pedro De La Rosa: Never stops racing, last minute wonder.

Sebastian Buemi: Best Toro Rosso but only just.

Jaime Alguersuari: Good for age, still needs improving.

Jarno Trulli: The power steering is not right.

Heikki Kovalainen: Reliable Finn usually leads new teams.

Karum Chandhok: By far the fastest Indian driver.

Narain Karthikeyan: Always at the back whatever happens.

Vitantonio Liuzzi: Starting to compete with Virgin and Lotus.

Daniel Ricciardo: Will go far may win championships.

Timo Glock: Stupendous in Wet, average in dry.

Jerome D’Ambrosio: Nothing special but always good enough.


2 Responses to “The 6 word sum up!”

  1. jackson August 17, 2011 at 20:53 #

    F1 is so boring sport nowadays, Raikkkonen’s return would give some boost 🙂

    • tomtoma2z August 17, 2011 at 22:46 #

      I have to agree, he’s going nowhere in Rallying and it would be good to see another ex champion on the grid. The thing is who would take him? Ferrari had him when he left but their drivers are both ties up McLaren seem happy with their driver and the most likely bet – Renault – probably can’t pay his contract and with Kubica and Petrov neither deserve to be dropped. It’s not boring though, DRS makes overtaking a joke but the tyres add at least one more dimension to the sport with the different strategies and wear.

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