F1 » Boullier questions electric pit lanes


Eric Boullier questions the decision to have F1 cars running on electric only from 2014

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Banditfan

July 28, 2011 4:10 PM

Oh Yeah, and points, so the drivers can have a rest from all that stressful racing stuff while the car drives itself down pit lane and in and out of the pits. Who the hell comes up with this stuff.

Frank Wank - Unregistered

July 28, 2011 5:06 PM


DUH!! Obvious issue, probably kill and maim lots of people... Any one who has stood in a pit lane would know this.

Road Hybred pedestrian accidents are a real issue.

Don't understand the direction of F1, loosing me for sure. Who is running this show anyway?

CARS WHIRRING DOWN THE PIT LANE!!!! Really?
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Frank Wank - Unregistered

July 28, 2011 5:26 PM

ChrisF1... I think you DO have a great future in the FIA, generating ideas like that!

Gotta say that is the best suggestion I have heard in a long time. It just simply covers all the bases.

Keep up the good work! :)

107SS2009

July 28, 2011 5:55 PM

I have read the following by somebody that manages his own F1 site, two team principles told me that the warding (re pit lane electric drive only) leads them to believe that the FIA intends to extend the start of the race to electric drive only.

ChrisF1 - Unregistered

July 28, 2011 6:07 PM

107SS2009 can you just imagine 24 cars on the grid, the red light comes on (silence) One by one they light up (silence) The lights go out and 24 F1 cars accelerate to the first corner (silence) ....The empty grandstands (silence) I do hope they are wrong.

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