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Sasha Alexandrovich

April 09, 2014 10:48 PM
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F1 » Rosberg’s pride at silencing ‘very unfair’ critics

Without a safety car it would have been a boring race for the top 2 positions. Nobody expected a safety car, but hey, nobody expected Maldonado to do more than 5 laps right. And I can hardly call it exciting when one team can put 2-3 seconds a lap on the entire field with two fingers in their nose if they want to. And thanks to testing bans and engine freezing, there is no chance in hell that anything will change this year.

Sasha Alexandrovich

March 29, 2014 6:50 AM

F1 » FIA rejects Horner fuel flow suggestion

Re: WadeAus "Funny thing is, Red Bull are the only ones complaining about it. Other teams don't like it either but they've accepted it. But I guess a 4 time championship team can't do that, they expect to be at the front. " I guess that when I invest over 100m a year in a sport where you try to gain thousands of a second by aerodynamic innovations that cost a ton, I would be really pissed off if a third party sensor robs me of 2-4% of my fuel flow and thus about 20-30bhp. Others don't complain because they will not risk their points when somebody has already taken that risk. Most Renault teams have nothing to gain anyway and other teams would like RB's points if they loose, but only loose a few points if they win. Think like a team manager, not as a fan.

Sasha Alexandrovich

March 20, 2014 10:23 PM

F1 » Red Bull recovery ‘phenomenal’ – Wolff

It shows how well a ****ty build engine can run if you feed it the right software. And how well a multi WC team can build a car that is fast once a ****ty engine is running a bit better. It also shows Mr. Wolff that all the money and time Mercedes threw at it, could be undone by another team with less engine budget and development time within a few months from now and makes him wonder how to defend that at the Mercedes board of directors once it is clear that Mercedes will not be champion this year.

Sasha Alexandrovich

February 22, 2014 11:10 PM

F1 » Rosberg unleashes more pace amid Red Bull crisis

If any of these times are worth anything it looks like we'll get processional races this year with the only highlights consisting of engines blowing up, electrical failures, people running out of fuel (or the ECU cutting down power extremely to make it home). We could see some freak results. Will we see a race champion or a reliability champion? Could be the most stupid year in F1's history. (an not just because of Renault's epic failure or Red Bull's design fail)

Sasha Alexandrovich

February 01, 2014 7:26 AM

F1 » Renault admits to power unit errors

Some claiming that there is time to sort the issues.... Don't forget that the homologation of the engine will be very soon, start of the first race not far away. It al depends on how bad the issues are. And they seem to range from problems fitting the engine in the RBR, electrical issues, software issues to some fundamental hardware issues. And besides that heat issues for at least two teams, needing some aero work. But what should they do if Renault has to redesign components? Are you going to start on the aero or wait for the new config from Renault? 1) Renault has to find the problems 2) Renault has to come up with a fix or these issues 3) Renault has to build /fix at least three new engines for Bahrein and these fixes must fit in the chassis of three teams. 18 days to do so. 4) The Bahrein test must not bring new problems or they again have to rebuild three engines in 5 days for the next test and produce 6 to 12 new ones for the first race That 15-20 week estimate floating around

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