Crash.Net User: Stas Kozyrev

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Stas Kozyrev

May 01, 2009 12:53 AM

F1 » Refuelling to be banned from 2010


In my opinion, refuelling is an important element of strategy. It's a pity, that it will be banned. I am agree, that refuelling rules weren't thought-out well. It could be much more interestingly, if the fuel tank capacity would be decreased to force teams to make more pit-stops. In this case, the fuel economy also could be the cornerstone of the race strategy. Max and Bernie moving in wrong direction, i think. They have banned tyre changes in 2005 and everybody had to consider, that it was not a good idea. I predict that refuelling will be permitted again in 2011. Furthermore, most of the accidents appear in the opening laps. Fuel leak may be more significant due to increased amount of fuel

Stas Kozyrev

April 02, 2009 4:08 AM

IndyCar » Vets Manning, Tagliani land late deals.


Darren and Alex are very talented drivers. But Darren's talent use to be underrated often and D&R is not the best team for him to show it. As i understand, the "race-by-race deal" means sharing the seat with Milka Duno. I think, he may strike in some races. If he'd do it, he may hope for a sequel to his Indycar career. Otherwise, 2009 may be his last year for him as for an Indycar driver

Stas Kozyrev

March 13, 2009 7:08 AM

F1 » Barcelona F1 test times, day four – 12 March


I think, the times are shown by Brawn GP are just a bluff, which is set to acquire sponsorship - the car runs still without any banners, and this is a situation to worry about. Anyway, i think, the car is fast enough to qualify in the middle of a field, but it isn't a potential winner. What about the times, shown by McLaren, i think, that they still suffer any problems - i'm sure, that they can push up the tempo a little bit, but there's still a lot of room for improvement for them. As a consequence, the real speed of McLaren and Brawn GP, as well as speed of STR, who still are unable to solve their reliability problems, are the main questions before the start of 2009 season

Stas Kozyrev

February 12, 2009 4:17 AM
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F1 » Bourdais: Dovetailing F1 and Le Mans 'not a big deal'


Bourdais is right, if proceed from that fact, that in previous years that was a normal practice - a lot of f1 drivers had to race sportcars during the one season as well. The same situation we see in modern american racing series - a lot of drivers switch between Indycar and ALMS series. More than, in my opinion, all of the f1 drivers should do that - it's a pity, that Monaco GP and Indy 500 are crossing their dates - it'd be interestingly to see some of f1 drivers racing in Indy 500. This will raise the attention to the other racing series as well as to f1



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