F1 » Cosworth targets top four with Williams


Mark Gallagher targets the top four for Williams-Cosworth for the 2011 F1 season

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Keith Collantine - Unregistered

January 04, 2011 12:34 PM

Thanks for reading F1 Fanatic. Would you please link back to the original story you took these quotes from?

I can't post the link here because you won't allow links in comments but if you search for "Williams-Cosworth aim for top four in 2011" on Google you'll see it there.

richard

January 04, 2011 1:27 PM

keith. when a press release is issued, i would assume that all websites to whom it is issued , will same the same thing. i think that this would be quite normal, so you cant blame any website for repeating what they are given!!
apart from that, cossie have actually done a great job. few expected them to be anywhere near the pace, but there again, they were allowed to make mods during the year. they have nearly caught up on renault, merc and ferrari, so congrats to them

richard

January 04, 2011 1:48 PM

keith. sorry, but you did not say that you worked for f1 fanatic. but i presume that f1 fanatic allowed crash.net to quote the article. i hope you get some dough from your copyright!
but i still cannot object to one website using statements on another website, as they did in fact acknowledge that it was an f1 fanatic reporter. i have noticed on bbc teletext, that websites are often quoted as the source of an article, so i presume it is commonly done??

Keith Collantine - Unregistered

January 04, 2011 2:10 PM

"i presume that f1 fanatic allowed crash.net to quote the article."

No, I was not asked - not that I would expect to be. It's not unusual for people to quote articles from other sites but at the very least you expect them to link to the original source so people can find it. It's a common courtesy and I'm asking Crash to respect it.

Dutch Shoes - Unregistered

January 04, 2011 9:14 PM

Top 4. Be serious. That would mean that they have to beat one of Ferrari, Red Bull, McLaren or Mercedes. Not to mention Renault. Then there's Force India (who's getting stronger). And then the surprise of 2011. Lotus ? Malaysia F1? or whatever it's going to be called. Williams will be lucky if they get top 8. They're badly in need of a new leader, FW is too old and PH is not interested. The current Management team appear hopelessly out of their depth in World Motorsport. However I guess all the ever faithfull will say I'm talking out my hole.

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