F1 » David Tremayne: Red Bull give a reality check


Three time Guild of Motoring Writers Journalist of the Year Award winner David Tremayne casts his eye back over the Singapore Grand Prix…

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general

September 25, 2013 2:18 PM

Well is great to see someone understand motor racing that could speak with convictions.Renault going to have the most effective engine on the grid next year so you are right they can,t stopped Redbull again ferrari never build a good fuel effeciency v6 engine yet i hope they don,t run out of fuel

richard

September 25, 2013 3:02 PM
Last Edited 206 days ago

general. don't worry about Ferrari. our resident science professor ( pcxmerc) has already assured us that the cars can carry as much fuel as they want and that efficiency means nothing! :D :D

other than that, nobody has released power figures, so nobody knows who will have the most powerful engine and remember, power does not guarantee drivability.

Racemaster

September 25, 2013 4:16 PM

Kudos to CRASH for deleting that last post!

Vettel is displaying unparallelled driving prowess and getting the maximum out of his package at every round now. It is going to take something very special from his competitors to unseat him any time soon. Or you could always wait for something bad to happen to RBR!

intheredcorner

September 25, 2013 6:15 PM

i think the Vettel was the one giving the reality check. The titles of the perceived 'fastest' and 'most complete' are bestowed on others, next race he will line up as the 'winningest' driver on the grid. also renault powered engines now on 207 pole positions, only 1 behind ferrari

Thepain

September 26, 2013 9:21 AM

Just rewriting history. With the rest from now on being referred to as the challengers. Lewis, Kimi or Alonso will sneak in a WDC win once maybe. But this guy is coming for the Shumi title.

richard

September 26, 2013 1:38 PM
Last Edited 205 days ago

kris. it is not against anyone. the situation will be the same for all. however, no one knows which engine will prevail, although I would imagine that they will be within 10 bhp of each other. but there may be reliability problems. as to who will design the best car? again nobody knows, but I would reckon that rbr will be one of the pace setters again

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