Collecting autographs at F1 GP Germany, Hockenheim 2014

on Wednesday, 30 July 2014. Posted in Hunting Channel

Vettel:

He is still a true World Champion! To be honest, he is the only reason why it makes sense to collect F1 autographs. Always friendly, always kind. In contrast to the other Top 10 Drivers/Stars he is still simply the best driver and signer. Well, he is sometimes in a rush, but when he has no hurry, he is great!

Ricciardo:

Daniel is very friendly, too. But he manages to sign only two photographs per meeting. But that’s OK.

Alonso:

Fernando was surprisingly in a good condition and signed every time I met him.

Räikkönen:

Kimi was similar to Fernando friendly to the collectors, but he only signs 2-3 autographs for all of them. So you have to be first and fast.

Hamilton:

Lewis has become the toughest signer. It is not very funny to meet him, on purpose he signs ugly on large photographs, but most of the time, he tries everything to avoid signing. Disgusting!

Rosberg:

No comment.

Grosjean:

Romain signed OK. 1-2 photographs per meeting. But I still do not like the way he does it.

Maldonado:

Well, Pastor signs, but his signature becomes more and more ugly. So, it absolutely no fun to collect him

Hülkenberg:

Nico is one of the kindest drivers and signed everything. Great!

Perez:

Sergio surprised me because he has a totally new signature! Now he is writing “Checo P.”, because everyone calls him Checo. Great: his new autograph is much nicer than the old one.

Sutil:

Similar to Nico Hülkenberg Adrian I simply a great driver to collect. It is always a pleasure to meet him.

Gutierrez:

As Adrian he is very kind. So he signed nearly anything.

Vergne:

Jean-Eric becomes more and more a tough signer with a ugly signature. After meeting him once I decided not to ask him again.

Kvyat:

Danill is still kind, but it is obvious that he has less and less fun while signing autographs. Also his signature is not as nice as 2013.

Massa:

Felipe signed his full signature most of the time. Since he is driving for Williams, he seems to be more and more friendly, just like at the Sauber times before 2006.

Bottas:

Valtteri is a upcoming champion… and he behaves like that! Great signer, but the question is how long? When he is becoming more successful this will certainly change.

Bianchi:

Also a great signer, he signs everything!

Chilton:

Well, he was the only driver I did not meet…

Kobayashi:

Similar to Pastor Maldonado it is not nice to meet him. He signs ugly, only 1…

Ericsson:

Marcus is still signing much, but his signature become more and more short.

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