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October 14, 2014 4:31 PM
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F1 » Alonso doesn’t expect to sit out 2015 F1 season

George Zaidan: Alonso is not stupid, if he doesn't leave Ferrari, Kimi will be paid to leave that's a deal he already obviously made and he has not come out saying he is leaving Ferrari nor has Ferrari said he is leaving.
I'm pretty sure that I read somewhere earlier that Alonso's relationship with the team had deteriorated to such an extent that had requested to be released from his contract and that Ferrari had agreed. As such Kimi doesn't need to be paid off - the 2015 Ferrari team is likely to be KR and SB. The options then seem to hinge around Hamilton. There has been speculation that Lewis might go back to McLaren in a big money deal bankrolled by Honda. You can see the attraction of this, probably bringing the number 1 plate with him. If this happened then a seat would free up at Mercedes. Yet Wolff has indicated that a contract extension for Lewis is in the offing so it seems hard to imagine they would let him go willingly. CONT


October 15, 2014 12:45 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: Two-in-a-row turnaround unbelievable

VKal: VR was right on MM tail, how could MM just do enough? Wouldn't he be pushing hard to clear VR?
I think I must have watched a different race. As I recall MM passed Rossi, Rossi bit back once, MM took him again and then gapped him. MM finished 1.6 seconds behind Jorge and could have probably caught him if he really tried. But bearing in mind the falls in the past two races, Marc knew that beating Rossi was enough for the championship and he chose to sensibly bring it home rather than risk another crash chasing the leader.


October 15, 2014 12:22 PM
Last Edited 2 days ago

F1 » Smedley: F1 engine unfreeze pointless

These comments don't make any logical sense. Yes, Mercedes could improve but their motor is already so good that any improvements would be incremental. The potential to improve a motor that is at say 95% efficiency is much less than one that is say 80% efficiency (like Renault, Ferrari (& possibly Honda). It's called the Law of Diminishing Returns. So rather than maintaining the status quo it would lead to a more level playing field. Something that teams with the Mercedes motor don't want ....

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