Or just having some semblance of awareness of his surroundings... Now I know that Perez' move was optimistic at best and probably unnecessary in the first lap of the race, but I saw lots of overtakes in the broadcast in those two corners, some from as much behind as Perez. Yet he remained the only one blind enough to turn into the car on the inside...
It's so hard to analyse that story without coming across as misogynistic.
...but she (and this statement would be equally true if she were a he) shouldn't be anywhere near an F1 practice session. It just goes to show what a joke F1 is. I see cheap karting arrive and drive championships with more credibility.
Agreed. It would be an insult to every struggling driver wanting to reach F1 if such a talentless person is even granted a superlicence. Maybe she's taking the Susie Wolff approach and using sex to replace talent. I don't any men in F1 circles are THAT desperate though.
This, I'm finding it very hard to criticize somebody like Alice saying she is not good enough for Formula One, not good enough for lower categories or in other terms 'is not ready', without being accused of being 'sexist' or whatever.
The misogynist bandwagon is getting ridiculous, in a world where people want equality can you not say Powell is not good enough for Formula One in the same way I would say Gonzalez or even Chilton are not good enough for Formula One?
I'm off to read the Daily Mail comments section!!! Sounds brilliant.
Ha ha, someone (I know who!) mentioned me in the comments. If I - a 33 year old who smokes, doesn't train, doesn't eat healthily, fixes and sets up my own car, doesn't test and has a total budget less than her tyre budget - can beat her some/most of the time, then she clearly isn't good enough to be a professional. Ever. Some might claim it's jealousy, but I think it's the only logical result from looking at the evidence.