So Kimi, "What’s the Massa"?

So we’re not keen on a change to the F1 race weekend, SofaF1 wants to stick with one race per weekend:

It seems that on raw pace and when everything is going well for all of the drivers and if all of the drivers were in the same car people think that Kimi is the fastest driver that there is out there. So why hasn’t he won a world championship yet?

This is a very dangerous position to be in as a driver because as I remember it that’s what everyone said about Fisi a few years ago. The danger of becoming known as fast but unreliable is one that hangs sound Fisi’s neck. And I’m afraid to say it will probably stay there because in his case it’s probably true.

But in Kimi’s case something different is going on. He is so intractable that we rarely if ever know what exactly is going on. All we know is that some days he’s really fast and some days the car breaks. Kimi says nothing different regardless which invites speculation. None of which is probably right.

So last year the McLaren was unreliable and Ferrari were reliable. Now Kimi goes to Ferrari and Ferrari becomes unreliable. So my prediction is that we will start to hear all of those “car breaker” stories coming to the surface again soon. Why not blame Kimi Ferrari? It’s easier than fixing the problem and Kimi won’t even bother to explain why it’s not true.

Because Massa doesn’t seem to be having so many problems in the last few races people are bound to use that as a comparison. But Massa didn’t finish the first race due to a lack of reliability. So this weeks poll is this: Is the Ferrari unreliable, or is Kimi a car breaker, or both?

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About Alex Andronov

Alex Andronov is a writer who lives in the UK. He is currently working on 7 novels, 5 film scripts, 2 plays, 2 TV series, 1 history of the United States, 1 travelogue and trying to find some focus.
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