een talks formula one
Okay, I’ve thought about it, and if Kimi can grow his mullet back then I will be okay with him coming back to Ferrari.

Okay, I’ve thought about it, and if Kimi can grow his mullet back then I will be okay with him coming back to Ferrari.

Also from the 2005 Grand Prix, this incredible pass from Nando round the outside of Schumi into 130R.

Kimi to Ferrari really annoys me because Massa was always loyal to Ferrari and nearly won a title and played the number 2 role well to Fernando. Now you’re gonna have two stars in a reasonably priced car and get fucking nowhere except an annoyed Nando and disinterested Kimi.

Plus Massa is one of my favourites and it pains me to think that I will see him racing for anybody but Ferrari.

GET IN NANDOOOOO

Imagine if Alonso had a good car? Also fuck Vettel he is too good. Now i know how non-Schumi fans felt during the early 00s.

Monaco, 1997.

In a dry Sunday warm-up, Williams set their cars up for a dry race and started the race with dry tyres. Schumacher set his car for a wet race, and started with wet tyres. By lap 5, Schumacher was ahead by 22 seconds. He won the race by nearly a minute to future team mate and fellow wet weather specialist Rubens Barrichello, while both Williams drivers crashed out.

Sure as hell made up for the embarrassment of crashing out on the first lap the year earlier.

The boss, Luca.

The boss, Luca.

The narrow wheelbase F399 Ferrari wasn’t quite as pretty. But it was much, much faster.

The narrow wheelbase F399 Ferrari wasn’t quite as pretty. But it was much, much faster.

Eddie leads Mika, Hockenheim.
Mika Salo was trailing reigning champion and fellow Finn Mika Hakkinen before a tyre failure gave the Ferrari stand-in the lead. Instead of getting what would have been his only ever race win, Salo moved over towards the end of the race to give teammate Eddie Irvine, who was the de facto team leader with Michael out injured, the race victory and pivotal 10 points in the title race.
In a show of appreciation, Eddie gave Mika the winner’s trophy after the race.

Eddie leads Mika, Hockenheim.

Mika Salo was trailing reigning champion and fellow Finn Mika Hakkinen before a tyre failure gave the Ferrari stand-in the lead. Instead of getting what would have been his only ever race win, Salo moved over towards the end of the race to give teammate Eddie Irvine, who was the de facto team leader with Michael out injured, the race victory and pivotal 10 points in the title race.

In a show of appreciation, Eddie gave Mika the winner’s trophy after the race.

Mika and Eddie, 1999.

Mika and Eddie, 1999.