>>2 seasons, in a top car; nothing much to write about. Ofcourse there is
>>the 2007 fluke title, but thats about it.
> Two seasons, one title,
... McLaren lost it spectacularly, a sure shot title; then again
McLaren were involved in a scandal, while sabotaging Alonso race
strategies. There were questions being asked about Kimi's form by
senior Ferrari management in 2007, now in 2008, and I wouldn't be
surprised, if they make a decision very soon. Besides, there are
questions on his leadership qualities, if whether the team can
look at him as a very long term prospect. I don't. Have you read
what Ferrari engineers have to said about him?
> eight wins,
2 wins in this season of 12 races with Massa kicking his a$$ in
qualifying where it matters the most. 2007 late charge was not
really threatening, nobody would have ever placed bets on him
winning the 2007 title. For the very high rating he was taken in,
he doesn't seem to match it, even by 50%.
> five poles,
Again just 2 of 12 this season, being beaten hands down by Massa...
> 14 fastest laps -
Yeah... not getting him wins, are they?
> what would you consider worth writing about then?
Nothing much, atleast with his stay at Ferrari. He was really
good in 2005, but McLaren Mercedes failed him.
>>Better, faster drivers available on the grid,
> Like whom?
Alonso, Kubica, Hamilton.
Murray: "Case of champagne from Ferrari to Sauber for Noberto Fontana,
because the Argentinian newcomer up from Formula Three really, really
helped Michael Schumacher on his way there."
Martin: "What engine have they got in that Sauber, Murray"
Martin: "Isn't it a Ferrari!"