BBC carried a piece in which JP said Ferrari may win all the remaining GP’s.
Has he thrown in the towel and accepted that 2004 is a no-win year? How could his team let him do that? Motivational issues?
JP, you need to be skillful mentally as well as behind the wheel. Sharpen the former and then think about taking out the leader of a race!
BBC Sport had this item saying that Ralf is going to Toyota next season and that they have not decided who his team mate is going to be.
But the important point is BMW has no drivers, with JP going to McLaren next year. Wonder who is on their radar. Vill? DC? Hope it is the two of them, so that I can dismiss that team completely. While you are at it, make Damon Hill the manager of that team 🙂
Meanwhile, it was a surprise for me to learn that Toyota has the second largest budget after Ferrari.
Well, it is never nice to compare sportspersons from different eras, but it is just too difficult to resist saying that Michael Schumacher is the best Formula 1 driver ever.
This past weekend he won yet another race this season – the French GP. That makes it 9 out of 10. And if you consider that the one race he did not finish, he was leading and was taken out by Juan Pablo, it could have been a perfect season so far for him.
Well, in my books, it is still a perfect season. I am not blaming people who say it has become a boring sport, with such dominance from one competitor (Schumi, as well as Ferrari being ‘the competitor’). But interestingly enough, the race for the rest of the spots is quite a good one.
I am rooting for Renault – I love Trulli and Alonso. Hopefully they will beat out Rubinho at the end 🙂