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July 05, 2014 6:15 PM

F1 » Hamilton: It was my mistake

he was back about 1 sec in the first sector, and thought he can't get a better time, forgetting, that in his previouse fastest lap the third sector was soaking wet, and everybody lost about 4 sec. in the last sector on their first trys .. rosberg took that in account, loosing 2 sec. in the fist 2 sectors was still good if he managed to lose only 1 second in the last sector ... that was intelligent (maybe that is what lauda says all the time .. hamilton is a bit faster, but rosberg a bit more intelligent .. ) at the end everybody was running about 4,5 sec. faster in the last sector that changed everything even if the lost out in the fist 2 .... greeings .. (vettel had to do a time, so he had to go flat out .. luky him ..)


June 17, 2014 9:33 PM
Last Edited 382 days ago

F1 » McLaren drivers keen to make Austrian experience count

"I hear that the track has been left largely unchanged, but that.." yes Mr. Button, the tarmac is still the same you and schumacher raced on - they never removed it after 2003 - so the tracklayout is exactly the same. (but everything else was toren down .... ) and sorry, wttc just was at the salzburgring in May weeks ago ... mueller won race1, lopez race2, loeb had some problems .. it is great viewing, when you sit at the Fahrerlagerkurve in the green on the hill an watch the real great slipstreambattles, ending in the long, longer, even longer right turn vom fullspeed to almost nothing. but i agree nothing for f1 .. but gp1 is in the talks again and again by the way - the best simulation to run old tracks is rFactor just great, all the different track you can race - OsterreichRing 1967..


March 06, 2014 8:41 PM
Last Edited 485 days ago

F1 » Pirelli concerned by rear lock-ups

actually that sound not good at all .. getting broken belts in the rears because of "to much" breaking on the back. now those tires have to take about 20 to 30 km/h more on bahrain straights ... friegthening if you think about monza.. spa .. those cars are bloody fast this year! greetings


January 28, 2014 9:49 PM
Last Edited 522 days ago

F1 » Red Bull reveals the RB10

i think something like this nose, is what the rulemakers acctually expected ..... (or the merc way - also looks ok) my vote is on the merc or RB10's "potwale or boat keel" still if you've seen Memo Gidley's crash in daytonas 24h, then you know why newey describes the low noses as VERY dangerouse - "they could tunnel the car in front" (read on automotorsport de) - then the driver in the back has no chance - crashstrukture of the nose now is lower than crashstruktur in the back of the frontrunning car .... greetings...

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