The place for respectful and reverent discussion of Reject drivers and teams, whether profiled or not as yet
by Francis23 29 Apr 2015, 01:18
UgncreativeUsergname wrote:
Francis23 wrote:-Esteban Tuero- Another forgettable Argentine, and given a few more years one of two forgettable 'Estebans'
-Stephane Sarrazin- All I remember is a wildly spinning Minardi, had that not happened I'm sure he'd have ended up having a half decent F1 career
-Gaston Mazzacane- Argentine Minardi/Prost pay driver, not memorable for me

Ban this guy, he's a troll

Okay maybe in hindsight I don't forget those drivers then! But it's actually thanks to the former site that I found out more about them. Prior to that I wouldn't have had much of a clue, I remember when I first played 'F1 99' on the old PlayStation, and because it included substitute drivers you could race as, I wondered who this bloke called 'Sarrazin' was, obviously I know now, but back then I didn't.

But then that's just me :D
by Butterfox 29 Apr 2015, 04:55
Francis23 wrote:Every driver eligible for a profile on this website.

So ehm, which rejects do you remember, then?

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by Rob Dylan 29 Apr 2015, 08:26
Paul di Resta will, like Alguersuari, become one of these over time I think. He was noted for being a consistent finisher, but in terms of results he would have one or two decent races a season. Beaten by his teammate in 2 out of 3 seasons. The one thing that may save his bacon was Spa 2013 qualifying, but that would only be for people who saw it. If luck had gone his way and he'd landed on the front row or even pole, we may be telling a completely different story. But that's one for the "What if" thread. I'll pop over there now :arrow:

Murray Walker at the 1997 Austrian Grand Prix wrote:The other [Stewart] driver, who nobody's been paying attention to, because he's disappointing, is Jan Magnussen.


Felipe Nasr - the least forgettable F1 driver!
by Francis23 29 Apr 2015, 10:34
This wrote:
Francis23 wrote:Every driver eligible for a profile on this website.

So ehm, which rejects do you remember, then?

Quite a few actually, despite how it might appear
by GerhardTalger 30 Apr 2015, 12:56
I have to say I find quite some profiled drivers anonymous. There's a vast difference between a slow and steady guy like Badoer, a smasher like Foitek or Ide, a complete numbskull (paydriver) like Deletraz or a actually decent driver like McNish (although I'm not sure if he was profiled?)

The last type of rejects are the most forgettable.
by Bobby Doorknobs 30 Apr 2015, 17:17
GerhardTalger wrote:I have to say I find quite some profiled drivers anonymous. There's a vast difference between a slow and steady guy like Badoer, a smasher like Foitek or Ide, a complete numbskull (paydriver) like Deletraz or a actually decent driver like McNish (although I'm not sure if he was profiled?)

The last type of rejects are the most forgettable.

It's partly why F1 Rejects existed in the first place. So they can be remembered for what they achieved, no matter how good or bad they really were :)
by WeirdKerr 11 May 2015, 22:16
De Matta ended up leading the Brittish GP after that mad irish priest( an actual mad one and not 1 from Craggy Island)ran onto the track.... so not forgettable
by Aguaman 24 May 2015, 09:08
Paul di Resta for me. I literally forgot he drove for Force India recently. Petrov I forgot about as well.
by Dom_Wings 23 Jul 2015, 11:53
I totally forgot some Ingo Hoffmann bloke raced in F1. His best finish was 7th surprisingly at Interlagos.
Not to mention he won Stock Car Brasil 12 times...

Also forgot about a certain Wilson Fittipaldi.

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by WeirdKerr 28 Jul 2015, 18:19
Aguaman wrote:Paul di Resta for me. I literally forgot he drove for Force India recently. Petrov I forgot about as well.

In Soviet Russia Petrov forgets you....
by FullMetalJack 28 Jul 2015, 18:45
Aguaman wrote:Paul di Resta for me. I literally forgot he drove for Force India recently. Petrov I forgot about as well.


Di Resta is forgettable for me too, despite how much BBC creamed themselves over him. He's the most average Formula 1 driver of all time.

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by Rabbi Gordon 01 Aug 2015, 01:47
FullMetalJack wrote:
Aguaman wrote:Paul di Resta for me. I literally forgot he drove for Force India recently. Petrov I forgot about as well.


Di Resta is forgettable for me too, despite how much BBC creamed themselves over him. He's the most average Formula 1 driver of all time.

This so much!
He's really mediocre and I'm tired of everyone telling me that he didn't get a true chance. He did. He was just nothing special. Also, always came off as a bit of a dick.

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by Aguaman 01 Aug 2015, 14:27
Re-watching some old season reviews.

Gianni Morbidelli, Buemi, Bourdais (I always forget he drove for STR in '08), Larini, Timo Glock and JC Bouillon.

Back on Di Resta, I do recall Brundle thinking he should drive for Ferrari, Mercedes or McLaren.
by Bobby Doorknobs 03 Aug 2015, 14:09
LolLola wrote:I have starting to forgot that Lotterer did a race last year

That is tantamount to heresy around these parts. Nobody forgets the LottererLegend!
by WeirdKerr 03 Aug 2015, 20:54
Simtek wrote:
LolLola wrote:I have starting to forgot that Lotterer did a race last year

That is tantamount to heresy around these parts. Nobody forgets the LottererLegend!

Am I going to need the banishment gown again?
by Rob Dylan 04 Aug 2015, 09:51
WeirdKerr wrote:
Simtek wrote:
LolLola wrote:I have starting to forgot that Lotterer did a race last year

That is tantamount to heresy around these parts. Nobody forgets the LottererLegend!

Am I going to need the banishment gown again?

*DING* *DING* Shame...

Murray Walker at the 1997 Austrian Grand Prix wrote:The other [Stewart] driver, who nobody's been paying attention to, because he's disappointing, is Jan Magnussen.


Felipe Nasr - the least forgettable F1 driver!
by tommykl 04 Aug 2015, 20:30
Rob Dylan wrote:
WeirdKerr wrote:
Simtek wrote:That is tantamount to heresy around these parts. Nobody forgets the LottererLegend!

Am I going to need the banishment gown again?

*DING* *DING* Shame...

Oh dear HWNSNBM no, you don't want to see WeirdKerr naked.



Trust me.

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by dr-baker 04 Aug 2015, 21:05
tommykl wrote:Oh dear HWNSNBM no, you don't want to see WeirdKerr naked.

Trust me.

Implies that tommykl has previously seen WeirdKerr naked... :shock: :o

watka wrote:I find it amusing that whilst you're one of the more openly Christian guys here, you are still first and foremost associated with an eye for the ladies!
dinizintheoven wrote:GOOD CHRISTIANS do not go to jail. EVERYONE ON FORMULA ONE REJECTS should be in jail.
MCard LOLA
by WeirdKerr 04 Aug 2015, 21:33
dr-baker wrote:
tommykl wrote:Oh dear HWNSNBM no, you don't want to see WeirdKerr naked.

Trust me.

Implies that tommykl has previously seen WeirdKerr naked... :shock: :o


Wait .... what?
by Bobby Doorknobs 04 Aug 2015, 21:39
WeirdKerr wrote:
dr-baker wrote:
tommykl wrote:Oh dear HWNSNBM no, you don't want to see WeirdKerr naked.

Trust me.

Implies that tommykl has previously seen WeirdKerr naked... :shock: :o


Wait .... what?

There's no denying it now, what have you two been up to? :P
by Butterfox 04 Aug 2015, 22:44
dr-baker wrote:
tommykl wrote:Oh dear HWNSNBM no, you don't want to see WeirdKerr naked.

Trust me.

Implies that tommykl has previously seen WeirdKerr naked... :shock: :o

Nothing to worry about, it's a natural Belgian thing to watch other people naked. Prefferably people below 18 years old and when you either own a van, a secret basement or are a priest. I'm pretty sure Tommy is not a priest, but the other options are very plausible. Judging he is from Wallonia, it's probably the hidden basement thing.

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by UncreativeUsername37 05 Aug 2015, 01:21
This wrote:Nothing to worry about, it's a natural Belgian thing to watch other people naked. Prefferably people below 18 years old and when you either own a van, a secret basement or are a priest. I'm pretty sure Tommy is not a priest, but the other options are very plausible. Judging he is from Wallonia, it's probably the hidden basement thing.

That escalated quickly....

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by Butterfox 05 Aug 2015, 02:02
UgncreativeUsergname wrote:
This wrote:Nothing to worry about, it's a natural Belgian thing to watch other people naked. Prefferably people below 18 years old and when you either own a van, a secret basement or are a priest. I'm pretty sure Tommy is not a priest, but the other options are very plausible. Judging he is from Wallonia, it's probably the hidden basement thing.

That escalated quickly....

Like i said, nothing to worry about. Just a different culture. You have to respect that!

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by dr-baker 05 Aug 2015, 12:46
This wrote:
UgncreativeUsergname wrote:
This wrote:Nothing to worry about, it's a natural Belgian thing to watch other people naked. Prefferably people below 18 years old and when you either own a van, a secret basement or are a priest. I'm pretty sure Tommy is not a priest, but the other options are very plausible. Judging he is from Wallonia, it's probably the hidden basement thing.

That escalated quickly....

Like i said, nothing to worry about. Just a different culture. You have to respect that!

Is this the same secret basement that Max Moseley used?

watka wrote:I find it amusing that whilst you're one of the more openly Christian guys here, you are still first and foremost associated with an eye for the ladies!
dinizintheoven wrote:GOOD CHRISTIANS do not go to jail. EVERYONE ON FORMULA ONE REJECTS should be in jail.
MCard LOLA
by Rob Dylan 05 Aug 2015, 13:04
This scandal demands an acronym.
TommyKlHavingSeenWeirdKerrNakedFromThis'sSecretBelgianBasementGate.
or TKHSWKNFTSBBGate :twisted:

Murray Walker at the 1997 Austrian Grand Prix wrote:The other [Stewart] driver, who nobody's been paying attention to, because he's disappointing, is Jan Magnussen.


Felipe Nasr - the least forgettable F1 driver!
by WeirdKerr 05 Aug 2015, 18:20
Rob Dylan wrote:This scandal demands an acronym.
TommyKlHavingSeenWeirdKerrNakedFromThis'sSecretBelgianBasementGate.
or TKHSWKNFTSBBGate :twisted:

I'm worried that as I have no idea how I was spotted naked...
by dr-baker 05 Aug 2015, 19:10
WeirdKerr wrote:
Rob Dylan wrote:This scandal demands an acronym.
TommyKlHavingSeenWeirdKerrNakedFromThis'sSecretBelgianBasementGate.
or TKHSWKNFTSBBGate :twisted:

I'm worried that as I have no idea how I was spotted naked...

Do you have a webcam? Camera on your mobile perhaps? (Hackers remotely accessing these...)

watka wrote:I find it amusing that whilst you're one of the more openly Christian guys here, you are still first and foremost associated with an eye for the ladies!
dinizintheoven wrote:GOOD CHRISTIANS do not go to jail. EVERYONE ON FORMULA ONE REJECTS should be in jail.
MCard LOLA
by WeirdKerr 05 Aug 2015, 19:30
dr-baker wrote:
WeirdKerr wrote:
Rob Dylan wrote:This scandal demands an acronym.
TommyKlHavingSeenWeirdKerrNakedFromThis'sSecretBelgianBasementGate.
or TKHSWKNFTSBBGate :twisted:

I'm worried that as I have no idea how I was spotted naked...

Do you have a webcam? Camera on your mobile perhaps? (Hackers remotely accessing these...)

phone and tablet are off when I take a shower... and the pc is not in my bedroom
by Butterfox 05 Aug 2015, 21:32
Spectoremg wrote:Erm, what was this post about again?

André Lotterer.

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by Rob Dylan 06 Aug 2015, 13:16
The subject of this thread is pretty forgettable, to be honest :deletraz:

Murray Walker at the 1997 Austrian Grand Prix wrote:The other [Stewart] driver, who nobody's been paying attention to, because he's disappointing, is Jan Magnussen.


Felipe Nasr - the least forgettable F1 driver!
by Aguaman 09 Aug 2015, 09:40
I keep forgetting that DC raced for McLaren past 1998. He as a driver was pretty forgettable except for Spa 1998, Adelaide 1995, Monaco when blocked by the Arrows.

That's pretty much it.
by WeirdKerr 09 Aug 2015, 12:38
Aguaman wrote:I keep forgetting that DC raced for McLaren past 1998. He as a driver was pretty forgettable except for Spa 1998, Adelaide 1995, Monaco when blocked by the Arrows.

That's pretty much it.

:o :shock: he won a few memorable GP the French gp in 2000 ? where he gave Schumacher the finger while overtaking him....
by tBone 09 Aug 2015, 13:10
WeirdKerr wrote:
Aguaman wrote:I keep forgetting that DC raced for McLaren past 1998. He as a driver was pretty forgettable except for Spa 1998, Adelaide 1995, Monaco when blocked by the Arrows.

That's pretty much it.

:o :shock: he won a few memorable GP the French gp in 2000 ? where he gave Schumacher the finger while overtaking him....


His 2001 and 2002 seasons weren't bad too, were they? He was Schumacher's main competitor in those years and not that forgettable, in my opinion. However, I don't recall him doing anything significant after Melbourne 2003 for McLaren. I had to look up whether he still drove there in 2004.

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by Bobby Doorknobs 09 Aug 2015, 13:46
As far as I was concerned, DC was always part of the McLaren team, at least until he went to Red Bull. I'm too young to have remembered his Williams days so for me McLaren was always Coulthard/a Finnish driver until the status quo was interrupted in 2005.
by Rob Dylan 09 Aug 2015, 14:37
tBone wrote:His 2001 and 2002 seasons weren't bad too, were they? He was Schumacher's main competitor in those years and not that forgettable, in my opinion. However, I don't recall him doing anything significant after Melbourne 2003 for McLaren. I had to look up whether he still drove there in 2004.

I can remember so many moments when Montoya and Schumacher were jostling for position in 2001-2003, but so little from Coulthard. I mean, I really don't remember when Coulthard did something exciting which wasn't crashing. After 2005 there's just nothing I remember about the guy.

Murray Walker at the 1997 Austrian Grand Prix wrote:The other [Stewart] driver, who nobody's been paying attention to, because he's disappointing, is Jan Magnussen.


Felipe Nasr - the least forgettable F1 driver!
by Aguaman 09 Aug 2015, 15:36
WeirdKerr wrote:
Aguaman wrote:I keep forgetting that DC raced for McLaren past 1998. He as a driver was pretty forgettable except for Spa 1998, Adelaide 1995, Monaco when blocked by the Arrows.

That's pretty much it.

:o :shock: he won a few memorable GP the French gp in 2000 ? where he gave Schumacher the finger while overtaking him....


Maybe. I don't remember much of 2000 except Barrichello's win and Suzuka. I just don't remember anything DC much in a McLaren. I don't know why? I remember more Irvine in Ferrari.

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