Venezuela Predictions 2014
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FYI — The hype about Chile is all that — hype. Did you know they finished tied for second with PARAGUAY but because of Goal Difference they took second place (+10 over Paraguay's +6)? So why not the hype and hoopla over Paraguay? Why not see them as a future semi-finalist? WHY? WHY? WHY?
Prediction — Chile will suffer the Colombia syndrome of 1994. You watch Honduras knock em out.
Ferrari (Ferrari)- Fernando Alonso & Kimi Raikkonen
Mercedes (Mercedes) – Lewis Hamilton & Nico Rosberg
Lotus (Renault) – Romain Grosjean & Nico Hulkenberg or Felipe Massa
McLaren (Mercedes) – Jenson Button & Sergio Perez
Force India (Mercedes) – Adrian Sutil & Paul di Resta
Sauber (Ferrari) – Esteban Gutierrez & Sergey Sirotkin
Toro Rosso (Renault) – Jean-Eric Vergne & Daniil Kyvat
Williams (Mercedes) – Pastor Maldonado & Valtteri Bottas
Marussia (Ferrari) – Jules Bianchi & Kevin Magnussen or Max Chilton
Caterham (Renault) – Charles Pic & Heikki Kovalainen or Giedo van der Garde
Do you agree or disagree, and why?
I think di Resta's future at Force India does look uncertain, but for me I think Maldonado will spend another year at Williams, and I can't see anyone other than Maldonado in the Force India next season if they dump di Resta.
By the way Richard, I meant by having either Magnussen or Chilton in the Marussia for example. I didnt mean having three drivers, I meant either one of the two.
Hence Massa will go to Williams, and maybe get extra sponsorship, not just from Petrobras but also from PDVSA as Williams have a contract with PDVSA and not just Maldonado, if PDVSA don't sponsor a Williams driver next year they'll be sued, and sponsoring Massa would be the perfect solution as he is a South American but may not go entirely easily as he is Brazilian and there is a bit of turbulence right now in Venezuela over Government sponsorship of drivers, many wanting to keep the money to just Venezuelans if not at all.
Sirotkin is crap, he won't get the superlicence and Vitaly Petrov shall take the seat at Sauber for he is Russian and a perfect substitute. Either that or Gutierrez will be dumped for a Petrov-Sirotkin line-up but with backing from the richest man on the planet and a bunch of Russian billionaires, Sauber won't go far wrong with Sirotkin-Gutierrez line-up moneywise, talentwise they'll be nowhere however
Otherwise- we agree.
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