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Dean Dean

December 09, 2014 11:52 PM

F1 » Massa hopeful of 2015 F1 title attempt


ProfessorX: Williams have a slow car with a faster power unit, and Massa did pretty good for a #2, but I don't really think hes in line for a championship. Would be good to see him get a win or two, but I can't see that happening with Mercedes most likely shoring up their reliability issues. Maybe instead of giving the lessor teams more money they can dish out more tokens to the slower teams so that the they can get some better kit and develop for the manufacturers? There's a thought.
I feel sure there's a joke in there, but I just couldn't find it :-) Williams had THE fastest car in a straight line, even Mercedes acknowledged that...and even though their power unit certainly played a large part ( and not forgetting the option tyres also lol ) their chassis can't have been too shabby to lock out the front row at Spielberg.

Dean Dean

December 04, 2014 10:39 PM

F1 » McLaren fails to reach driver decision


Remember when Ron, the board, and Senna spent months deciding upon his contracts actual 'worth', just how many millions he was to be paid for the following few seasons ? Well surely such an impasse could be concluded to the satisfaction of all concerned parties, once again, if Ron were to make another of his famous 'coin toss decisions'...if anyone remembers, it goes along the lines of him saying, ''heads I win and we pay you x millions less than you want, AND tails you lose and we pay you half that figure'' ...if you ever did read Senna's sentiments on the story, it's actually perfectly true lol...


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