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Munro Gow

November 01, 2015 1:39 PM

F1 » Nico Rosberg’s only hope is to change teams – Massa

Rosberg should have stuck to his guns in the aftermath of Spa. I still think the off at Monza a few weeks later was suspicious. Lewis will always go crying to the powers that be in the team and claim he is disadvantaged in one way or another, he will always cry foul when it suits and he will always claim he has had to work harder than everybody else etc etc. Rosberg needs to get tough and if it results in a collision between the two, then he points the figure of blame at Lewis and sticks to it. The sooner he stands up for himself and shows Lewis that he cant have it all his own way the better it will be for him.

Munro Gow

November 01, 2015 1:33 PM

F1 » FIA confident it can avoid two-tier engine performance split

RoyO: Someone should sit down and calculate F1's overall fuel consumption. By which I mean the total amount consumed by all the trucks, motor homes freighter aircraft, passenger aircraft, private jets, helicopters etc. Maybe break it down to show how much fuel is consumed in the private jet and helicopter categories utilised by the over-privileged F1 aristocracy. It would be interesting to see these figures in proportion to the fuel consumed during competition by the cars themselves. Which would make nonsense of the current economy runs and their contribution to countering resource depletion.. As for the contribution of the ERS F1 technology to that in road car development, it's almost irrelevant.
Patrick Head once said that if all the cars on the grid did every lap of every circuit on the calendar they still wouldnt use as much fuel as one 747 trip across the Atlantic. Its a shame that fact isnt said more often, instead we have to make do with green garbage s

Munro Gow

May 15, 2015 7:43 PM

F1 » F1 refuelling return proposed for 2017

Apart from the manufacturers trying to promote fuel conservation as a way to say "hey this will make our road cars seem more attractive to the greenies", I dont see the point of it. When you consider that if all F1 cars did every lap of every track throughout an entire season it would be less than that used by a 747 that makes one trip across the Atlantic. Fans want to see overtaking on the track by guys going hammer and tongs with each other. Refueling will just mean the overtaking is done in the pits more often than not. F1 is too sanitized and is very quickly losing its glamour!

Munro Gow

March 30, 2015 4:16 PM

F1 » What we learned at the Malaysian Grand Prix

Watched F1 for about 25 years and thought the Malaysia GP was good but nowhere near as exciting as the Moto Gp was and that was my 1st Moto Gp in years. they are poles apart and 1 cannot be judged against the other i suppose. Thing is, if you turned off the commentary to both, I dont doubt you'd find the Moto GP the better of the 2. If it wasnt for Brundle and Crofty chucking in their bit, you would lose interest. Strategy makes up 99% of F1 races these days....1% racing (usually the first few corners of the 1st lap) isnt really up to scratch

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