Originally Posted by spockcat
Seriously though, the only comparison between those two is how well they've done since their comeback. I already said that Kimi got lucky with a good car. I'm suggesting that Schumacher is pissed because Kimi just about won a race and therefore lashed out at Pirelli.
Can't wait for the Iceman's first win!!
A nice comparison between Vettel and Kimi during the Bahrain GP...
I'm thinking that Kimi is close to victory. I recently read that James Allen predicts either Hamilton or Kimi to win at Monaco.
Considering how the forces have been working against McLaren this year, Kimi winning here is looking rather attractive.
It seems that the team just need to get their tire strategies dialed in a notch better, cause that Lotus impressed again last weekend. To see just how competitive Kimi was, check out Alan Permane's comments:
It is worth noting that Lotus set the fastest lap in the race. A WHOLE second faster than the nearest car!!
Originally Posted by JAllen.com
Hamilton has had the pace to qualify on the front row of every race this season so far, @ China he was docked 5 places (dropped to 7th) for the gearbox change, and sent to start from the back row in Spain for fuel issues.
Kimi will win one this season (if not more).
As long as Lotus can continue to develop the car, the WDC this year will come down to Kimi and Hamilton.
Anyone for a wet race in Spa between the two of them? again!
"You live more for five minutes going fast on a bike like that, than other people do in all of their life." - RIP Marco Simoncelli.
I thought i'd get this thread up again, since we're probably in for a good showing at SPA, or...Kimi's living room.
The super duct is debuting on the Lotus, which should be awesome for the long straight. Can you say: "Kimi snags Fisi"??
Here's to Kimi's comeback win and to continuing his impressive showing this year.