Crash.Net User: RafaelCE

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April 10, 2016 4:38 AM

F1 » Celis targets race readiness for 2017

Strider: Classic pay driver. He's been nowhere in GP3 despite the fact his team mates finished first and third in the championship last year and he was more than three seconds slower than Hulkenberg during FP1 in Bahrain. Sure he's young, but has he showed the talent deserving of an F1 seat? No.
Obviously you wouldn't accept the drive even if you had the financial backing, would you? Let him call the shots since he has the chance


December 06, 2015 6:01 PM

F1 » Ghosn comments cast doubt on Renault line-up

benignlyindifferent: Buy out Grosjean's contract with Haas?
Absolute zero chance. They can get JEV or K Mag to sub in for Pastor for basically free. Grosjean is decent but you can pick up JEV or K Mag for almost nothing. No reason to replace Palmer either.
They should've thought about this awhile back. I guess Maldonado's state funded money doesn't carry the same weight it used to??!!
If such is the case it would be interesting Curently a lot of political commotion in Venezuela, where dictatorship backing PDVSA and Crashtor is facing serious trouble. Crashtor escaped PDVSA corruption scandal not long ago, but maybe they know things we dont, things that may make the $ amount irrelevant.


November 15, 2015 8:52 AM

F1 » F1 United States GP under threat after funding cuts

The fan base for this race was significantly Mexican, used to be Checo's home race, due to being so close to Mexico. With a much better event and facilities now in home land, in the heart of Mexico City and one week away, there is no sense on going to Texas, a race track in the middle of nowhere. Even without the hurricane, there would have been a significant drop in COTA ticket sale


September 10, 2015 5:54 PM

F1 » Horner speculates run-off confidence causing tyre cuts

HRC: All they need to do is add a sensor strip to the track and corresponding sensor to the front wheels which triggers a reduction in throttle of say 50% for 2 seconds or so if the wheel goes outside the pre-determined track limit. That should do it! It may even allow a following car a chance of a free overtake too!
Great!! Then we would have the stewards discuss for 2 and a half hours just to conclude that the sensor was placed 0.03 cm into the track and will waive Lulu's trespassing track limits

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