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richard

March 29, 2016 7:51 PM

F1 » McLaren confirms Honda engine didn’t survive Alonso smash


rob01: You guys want Alonso to catch a break on engine usage for launching his car over Gutierrez? He should have been penalised for avoidable contact.
why? gutierrez clearly moved to the left as ferdi pulled out to pass him! it is clearly shown on inboard camera and on trackside cameras. it wasnt intentionally to block ferdi, but was to set himself up for the right hander . he just didnt see or expect ferdi to be there. all the sky pundits agreed on that, and so did the stewards.

richard

March 30, 2016 12:22 PM

F1 » Button: McLaren stronger than Australia showed


if you really look at improvements in performance over last year, macca are the ones who have made the biggest steps. they qualied 11 and 12. and in the race they were matching most ot the other cars. witness ferdi going to overtake the haas. no mean feat when you consider how good the ferrari pu was at the end of last year. i have never been a fan of macca, but i would like to see thm fully competitive again, and imo, they are getting there. they will soon be regular points finishers.

richard

March 31, 2016 7:39 AM

F1 » Hamilton wary of Ferrari as he looks to strike back


rob01: Moderator issues. Google salvuborg f1. He's on a number of sites. And I think after all these years I now know where he lives. Malta
you have finally solved that residency question! it was pretty obvious for years! hence my comments about faith hope and charity! i presume you know what they are? he was on sawards blog a couple of days ago. ut i have never heard of salvuborg f1. must check it but as ty says, the site has been pretty dire for a mont or two. i didnt have problems with ads but couldnt post for days at a time.

richard

March 30, 2016 8:09 PM

F1 » Suzi Perry: F1 is kneejerk, MotoGP more methodical


rob01:
Seakay: What we need is a new Formula, the problem with F1 is that in many respects it has no completion so can indulge itself in whoever pays the most money or has the most influence. If we had another recognised worldwide open single seat Formula with v8/10/12 cylinder engines F1 would be dead.
This formula runs until 2020.
the problem is that projections show that within 10 years, 50% of cars sold per year will be electric or hybrids. so sadly i doubt that we will ever see a return to purely petrol engines.


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