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CJD

November 17, 2011 9:40 PM

F1 » Ecclestone ready to axe Austin Grand Prix


i dont really like bernie ..... but this time its not his fault. Team A had a contract to organise the race, and should have brought a letter of credit for the fee, what they never did. Team B started building a track, actually with no contract to race, but wanted to do it together with Team A ... but A never delivered to CVC (berni,fia,teams,..) Team B also never brought a letter of credit, what CVC offered them (to step into the contract of Team A) and the State (maybe he could have given the letter of credit) gets nervous about Bernie (court bribery in germany) Which company will give a contract to anything (!!) without money oder at least a letter of credit???? so - blame Texas, TeamA or TeamB ... but not our beloved, greedy, "scrooch" Bernie ...

CJD

August 29, 2011 11:05 PM

F1 » Webber: Alonso pass would have been different with others


now i've read the rest of the thread ...gggg yesSS - i also will always remember that pass - it was awwwssoooommmeee .. !! .. still is was not necessary (DRS...) so i'm still with you number6 greetings (bernd maylender and wendlinger were also at this talk - maylender was wondering why he picked up FA - he actually expected MW behind him - because MW was on mediums at that time ....ferrari messed up...)

CJD

August 29, 2011 10:50 PM

F1 » Webber: Alonso pass would have been different with others


didn't read whole thread now (i will do now) - but number6 is right sunday MW was an idiot - even gerhard berger called him that today in a great 'F1 talk' (on Servus TV) this stunt was absolutly not necessary ... but also sky germany comentator did say the same as MW "this stunt you can only do with FA" by the way i'm a big MW fan ... greetings from salzburg

CJD

June 28, 2011 8:46 PM
Last Edited 1179 days ago

F1 » Horner downplays diffuser rule change


the rule change only changes behavior of the car from breaking - up to the apex of the next corner. For the rest of the lap those engines still blow a lot of air when on medium or full throttle. the problem of loss of downforce during breaking can be helped a bit by left breaking and staying on throttle with the right (maybe some changings in clutch or gearchange timing will be nessesary) so its up to driver skills. so the loss is really "only" (yes it's maybe the most important part) when going into the corner. i bet RBR will lose least of all teams using that system ...

CJD

May 24, 2011 5:41 PM
Last Edited 1214 days ago

F1 » Possible lifeline for V8 engines


i can not follow that one. the 1,6T will be from the "worldengine" plattform, so it will be an engine quite similary to the engines WRC and WTCC/BTCC are using - so that manufactures (ford-wrc, citroen-wrc, GM-WTCC, Mini (BMW-WRC), Seat(VW-wtcc), VW-wrc from2013) will build that engine anyway. so i think the manufactures actually not running in F1 all will be very happy with those new rules, the manufactures (renault, mercedes, ferrari, cosworth(?)) will not like it! so what is better meeting with newones or keeping the old ones .... Worldengine is defenitly the FIA wants to go, F1 is part of FIA - so FIA also wants F1 to use "their" engine greetings

CJD

May 17, 2011 10:40 PM

F1 » TWG approves FOTA version of 2013 rules


manufactures will love the 1.6l turbos .. they already use the worldengine in WTTC and WRC - same specs. GM, Ford, Citroen, bmw (mini cooper) already use it, VW just builds it for WTCC/BTCC's Seats. the old diesel's are not competitve anymore against the 1.6turbos (eveybody who whatched Monza last weekend knows what i mean) greetings greetings

CJD

May 14, 2011 9:57 PM

F1 » Gascoyne applauds 'ballsy' Pirelli for changing the face of F1


fast degration is good - but maybe they've gone a bit to far with it (lets see 2012 tires..) but they messed it up between hard and soft. hard can and should be a bit slower, but should defenetly also hold longer! that is not the case with the pirelly - on some cars the soft even runs longer than the hard one. so i only can partly agree with gasconye (but still getting rid of bridgestone was the best - better again would be a second supllier - but without testing not possible)


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