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Best of the rest?

Post by Ross on Sat Mar 22, 2008 10:30 pm



Welcome to You Tell Us, the weekly talkback section of our Formula One category. This week we want to know who you think is the best of the rest. Ferrari and McLaren are battling it out at the front, and BMW have once again clearly established themselves as the third best team. But who do you think is the best of the rest? Williams is second after Australia, but does that mean they are stronger than Renault? Will Red Bull overcome reliability problems to take that third place? Jarno Trulli's third place grid slot for Toyota in Malaysia was impressive, but can Toro Rosso push to get ahead? We want to know what you think...


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Re: Best of the rest?

Post by James on Tue Apr 01, 2008 3:03 pm

I think that Red Bull will be a stronger team this year with the likes of the experienced DC and Mark Webber...however to achieve the results the team would be looking for...the car needs to be reliable. If the car can have a better reliability rate it should out perform the Renaults and the Toyotas. The last thing the Red Bull team are looking for is their sister team...Toro Rosso to be quicker than them, even tough this is an almost certain impossibility.

The Williams team looks at the moment quite impressive...with a 3rd place finish at Australia but a rather below par performance at Malaysia, with Nico finishing a lonely 14th with his team mate Kazuki Nakajima finishing in a disappointing 17th.

The Renault team with the return of double world champion Fernando Alonso were looking to impress after their great run of winter testing.
Alonso had an impressive 4th position in his first race back in the Renault camp but his Malaysian Grand Prix was rather a poor effort for the teams high expectation levels. His team mate Nelson Piquet retiring in the Australian Grand Prix and a disappointing 11th at Malaysia.

But there is no doubt that after BMW have sorted their small, but costly problems there will be a 3 way battle for the constructors championship.
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