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Most glaring difference between Vettel and FA is his relative speed to RAI and the huge number of stupid mistakes and unforced spins.
And last season... and the season before. Really makes me wonder what the real potential of the last years' cars where when you see what Leclerc...
Go Vettel - you can do it. Catch Kubica.
Couldn't happen to a better guy than Verstappen BTW, IMO!
First time Vettel has done something worth a net positive benefit for the team in a loooooong time.
Ever more obvious he's losing hand/eye...
As I wrote during the Austria race, Leclerc is going from strength to strength as he gains experience in the team, gets the team begins him and...
Brilliant defending by LEC on the previous lap. Couldn't believe he came out ahead.
I really do feel though that he missed a perfect opportunity...
I find myself thinking how come I'm not warped enough you think of putting all those random corners and fillets on grille openings, exhaust...
Nice selection of drawings.
Amazing how the drive then was towards smooth, unadorned surfaces - the exact opposite of the cars of today.
I see Pirro's there also, handing out trophy for F2 race - reward for bravery for Montreal decision maybe?
Does Ive "moonlight"as Bruce Willis?
1970's style skirts:
Skirts central to design of this modern interpretation of the Tucker for Automobile Quarterly design competition:
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Skirts were a big deal during the race for low Cd's in the 80's, like the Probe III, precursor to the Sierra.
Lovin' this Charles kid - going from strength to strength. If this coincides with a Ferrari revival his confidence will soar and though the season...
The surfacing on the TR7 was a bit primitive but the slashes on the sides were ahead of their time especially in this post-Bangle world.
Other line attributed to him upon seeing the TR7 for the first time at the 1975 Geneva motor show, he paused and stared at it, then walked around...
Speaking of Giorgetto, interesting article here except the "tiny car he created" looks to be the Corvair Monza. Illustrations were probably for a...
I think that's the definition of a snowflake, yes?