Date registered: Aug 2006
Vehicle: CL500, CL500, 190E 2.6, 420 SEC, 350 SL
Location: Glasgow, Scotland, UK
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Agree with both opinions on Piquet - seems a bit prone to overdriving, and doesn't always position his car well when passing or being passed.
Having said that, Massa was the same a few years ago, maybe it just takes the right level of coaching.
Much as it pains me to say it, DC's been shown the way by Webber this year, needs to buck up his act and compete or consider taking his many millions and buying up all the land around La Rascasse.
Teutone I fully agree - it was flawless and he was on it for long periods - I was almost convinced the car was going to break, but it all held together, and he's back in it.
HK has a fight on his hands, and needs more help from the team after the botched strategy. I was wondering after Barcelona if we would see a repeat of the situation between Ron and Mika years ago - who's to say? He's one helluva driver that's for sure. Some of his passes and tactics through three corners were superb.
It was a strange weekend for Raikkonnen - I don't necessarily buy the "it would have taken too long to change the front wing" - they can do it pretty quickly these days. Think that's F1 speak for "I had no real answer to my team mate".
2002 (C215) CL500 (Batmobile), Obsidian Black, 60k miles
2000 (S210) E320 Wagon, Alexandrite Green, 140k miles
1990 (C126) 420 SEC (Bruce), Astral Silver, 112k miles
1978 (R107) 350 SL (Boabby), Signal Red w/ silver hardtop, 115k miles
2004 (W209) CLK270 CDI, 32k miles
2000 (W210) E240, 70k miles
1997 (C140) CL500, 134k miles
1991 (W201) 190E 2.6 Sportline, 133k miles