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- Aug 16, 2005
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De Vries could barely even get out of the car on his own after the race. He's certainly a fit person, but just shows you HOW fit you need to be to pilot one of these things. Makes his performance even more amazing. Granted Monza isn't a particularly physically demanding track compared to many others, so I think De Vries definitely lucked out being thrown in this weekend. If he is driving in Singapore in 3 weeks, he better get training NOW.
Ayrton Senna, Brazil 1991. He lost most of the gears in the transmission, had to wring everything out of the car using just 6th. His team had to lift him out of the car and was driven to the podium in the medical car. It was also raining.That’s incredible. Never seen a driver that wore out. Also respect to the Indy drivers with no power steering.
Perez - I had to pit [early] because of a brake issue.
Horner - We had to call Perez in to pit because of a massive lockup that flat-spotted a tire was causing terminal vibrations.
So, which is it?
Red Bull principal Christian Horner says that some debris caught in the brake duct was behind the Monza fire for Sergio Perez.www.planetf1.com
I don't remember this, at all!
A Nico Hulkenberg / Kevin Magnussen partnership would be the one the fans "would love" says Guenther Steiner.www.planetf1.com
Confronting Magnussen in the TV pen after he pushed him off the track at the 2017 Hungarian GP, the Dane famously told Hulkenberg: “Suck my balls, honey.”
The two cleared the air earlier this season when Hulkenberg was in the paddock in Bahrain, the 35-year-old revealing he had “greeted him with, ‘Suck my balls, honey’. That’s my exact words to him. He quite liked it!”