F1 » Heidfeld: I'm not a fan of DRS

Nick Heidfeld: Like with everything, the more you use it [DRS] the easier it gets but we're still working on getting the perfect switch positions which we should have ready for Turkey. I think it's all working fine and going to plan, even though I'm not a fan of the rear wing because I don't particularly like things which artificially aim to improve racing.

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April 29, 2011 3:09 PM

well i do like the passing it creates the same thing could be done just by removing some of the more complex aero parts on the cars allowing better grip to the following car therefore allowing them to follow closer and pass easier oh by the way sorry about my comments over on the other post :)

not so new f1fan - Unregistered

April 29, 2011 3:22 PM

dannyboy,it does'nt bother me what you two say to each other,i will still talk to both of you,yes i like the passing it creates and i hope it is here to stay,if you don't mind me asking how long ago did you have your accident?


April 29, 2011 3:30 PM

well it does bother me so again sorry he seems to always come after my posts i dont know why though oh and my accident was back in 09 at winton raceway in Victoria the thing is with my situation is i can feel my legs i just cant use them for some reason its pressure on the spinal chord or something and they still are unsure on whether they will ever operate too see if i can walk again

not so new f1fan - Unregistered

April 29, 2011 3:42 PM

dannyboy,its ok,for you to say sorry twice to me shows me what a nice person you really are,and i wish you all the best.As long as we have always got F1 to watch thats all that matters to me.

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