So Kimi is boring but Hulkenberg isn’t??!?KingVoid wrote:This is by far my biggest problem with Kimi. He is such a boring driver on track. He’s very predictable and almost never takes any risk.mikeyg123 wrote:The problem with Kimi is that it's not just a pure lack of pace. Every time he looks decent in quali he makes a mistake, he looks asleep at restarts, he hasn't gained a position off the start for 27 races, he's the easiest of the top drivers to overtake and rarely looks interested in overtaking anyone.
I would also like to see Hulkenberg or Perez in that second Ferrari seat. I reckon that they would be just as good as Bottas.
Even at force India Hulkenberg was disappointing several times. Some days he’d have the car and would be doing exceedingly well in the race, only to drop back dramatically and finish much further back than he should have. At least Kimi holds position. Perez on the other hand I agree with. He’s shown that given the car is capable, he will squeeze out every last bit of performance and he’s not afraid to go for it and tends to make brilliant passes. And many times he’s been able to get more out of the tires than anyone else. And as much as I rate Perez, I still think he’d have a difficult time beating Kimi.