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July 06, 2015 7:57 PM

F1 » What we learned at the British Grand Prix?

richard: we learnt that rob still dislikes vettel, red bull, ferrari, alonso ......etc we also learnt that rob does not understand the difference between qualy and a race.
No but we understand who the Fingers number 1 fan is. I was just pointing out how Ferrari went backwards. Just as they DID in the race. Both red machines went backwards. Only the rain saved a very embarrassing day. I was not picking on the Finger but he was out qualified by Kimi and beat at the start by kimi. That was race day so you can understand the difference.
funny, vettel qualied 6 and finished 3. funny backwards. you have no idea of where they might have finished. why, kimi could possibly have been first. but unfortunately seb , on slicks in the rain, was able to go faster than kimi on inters. but look at your love.....on the same tyres as his teammate, yet was 2 secs slower when the rain came down.


July 06, 2015 10:28 AM

F1 » Mercedes willing to supply Red Bull with engines

Jon464646: Leave the hybrid developent to Formula-E which will get a raised profile from the publicity.
sigh. formula e is for ELECTRIC vehicles. they dont have an ice so they cannot be hybrids. currently hybrids are the future as all car manufacturers either have or are developing hybrids. so for f1 to restrict themselves purely to the ice would be madness as ices are close to their limits of development. we might not like it, but will have to live with it until a new source of motive power is discovered.

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