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Cris Zarate

March 27, 2014 12:37 PM

F1 » F1 in 2014 sounds ‘sh*t’ – Vettel


For Vettel the car sound's sh*t, the only reason for that is he didn't dominate the last race, I wonder what will it sound to him if he wins this weekend... hmmmm.... Anyway, there is too much fuss about the sound, but really it's not too bad, specially the sound of the boost. The sound of F1 should be based on how it's made with it's current technology, if it's 1.6 Turbo then it should sound as a 1.6 Turbo.... but to make the sound loud just because they want it loud without any other purpose, it's just artificial, and nothing in F1 is artificial, even the positioning and shape of the front camera has a purpose and contributes to the aerodynamic of the car.

Cris Zarate

March 17, 2014 12:23 PM

F1 » Horner blames FIA for fuel flow issue


Yes Yes Yes Leave Me Alone: Seems a bit unlucky, they must have used the right amount of fuel 'overall' - so presumably the advantage they got (even if they did run more than 100kg/hr) would be quite small. Seems like a harsh punishment to me, considering Caterham have been let off for having a braking system fail and ruining Massa's race.
Let us not be experts for something that we really don't understand... the rules was created for a reason, not by luck or just power trip. And anyone who breaks the rule must take the punishment otherwise what's purpose of rules if you can just bypass it anytime you want. Plus only Redbull was found to be violating this rule, meaning they really other doing something bad other than a mistake.

Cris Zarate

March 16, 2014 11:46 PM

F1 » Red Bull to appeal Ricciardo exclusion


rules are rules and FIA warned all the teams that they will be strict over the fuel flow limits and most specially the maximum fuel load.... and all teams know that the penalty will only be one thing... DISQUALIFICATION. I don't know why some people in crash calls this unfair... while 13 of the 14 finishers ( sorry if wrong count ) followed the regulation.. WTF will FIA give exemptions to Red Bull.

Cris Zarate

March 04, 2014 12:39 PM

MotoGP » Honda responds to Ducati’s Open decision


Brain:
RaceRoad: Doesn't Honda understand anything? First it was Yamaha that wasn't playing by the rules, but Yamaha did precies and within the rules making a open bike. Now Ducati......and now even the ecu, because it is more complicated??? Suppo: "We need to understand - together with Dorna and the MSMA - if it was clear to everybody what the aim of this class was. It is clear to everybuddy suppo!!! only not for Honda, again and again and again.!!! Seems Honda can't count laps and can't read the rules.!! With all the moaning from Honda i hope they leave asap!! byebye
Love them or hate them, Honda makes Moto GP go round and round . Without them, the series would wilt and die on the vine. Be very careful what you wish for.
Are you serious @Brain? or is your real name Shuhei Nakatomo? Everybody knows Honda ruined the sport by switching to 800cc... And now the are against the spec software cause they have already hired a lot

Cris Zarate

February 27, 2014 12:20 AM

MotoGP » Injured Marquez ruled out of Phillip Island test


Ducati cleary is correct in opposing Marc to test in Qatar. There was an agreement, although not within the rules but a gentleman's agreement nonetheless that no factory bike or rider will test in Qatar, only satellite and open team can test... And no Marc is injured, suddenly Honda forgot about the agreement and will make Marc test... Typical Honda, will get what they want. It was Marc's fault that he got injured so the man up and suffer the consequences. I was a huge fan of Honda for a very long time, but for the past few season when they oppose everything the could make the sport go back to close racing is very disappointing. No I am all for Ducati to be a pirate and stick the rules to Nakamoto's ass.


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