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June 11, 2015 5:19 PM

F1 » Wolff gratified with perfect Canada response

107SS2009: Rob, the 45 messages is only what the FIA decided to let go off, The majority of which were coaching Lulu how to save fuel after having loaded him with 95kg for a race re-known for heavy consumption.
sunny. who performed the miracle? lulus consumption for the race was 99.46 kg. so if they fuelled him with 95 kg, where did the extra come from? was he carrying water ballast and turned it into petrol? :D


June 13, 2015 8:01 PM

F1 » McLaren Honda still hoping to get on terms in 2015

ProfessorX: i was being sarcastic. I have been saying it's the engine the whole season while certain some people have been harping on the integration/ERS, and keep quoting acronyms like ICE and PU. lolz.
it seems as if you are still confused! honda are talking about the PU. PU! got it? i am not sure but i dont think that any of the honda ICEs have blown as yet, unlike merc and renault. i dont know if you have read the relevant page in your ladybird book of cars yet, but ICE stands for ...Internal Combustion Engine... and not In Car Entertainment.


June 12, 2015 8:25 PM

F1 » Teams signal opposition to 18-inch wheels

mix2000: Bigger discs means bigger wheels, but bigger wheels do not mean bigger discs.. as the wheels will have a similar outer circumference. If i move from hi profile15s to low profile 17s on a road car, there is no overwhelming urge to increase the brake size...
aahhh, but these are not road cars! the brake discs form part of the aero of the car, and what i was saying is what was said by team managers who do not want the larger rims.


June 12, 2015 3:54 PM

F1 » Renault F1 future to hinge on Mercedes leniency?

35edme: Scuderia Ferrari started life as Alfa Romeo. I don't think there is presently any team in F1 that hasn't had a change of owner but I might not know anything about F1.
check your history. ferrari was the team manager at alfa and when they pulled out, ferrari formed his own team and bought the alfas to use. he also bought lancias. so the team never belonged to alfa. ok ok, i am probably being a bit pedantic, but alfa never owned the scuderia. but it could then be argued that fiat was a change of ownership, but ferrari was always a stand alone brand, and is now being floated on the stock exchange.


June 12, 2015 3:57 PM

F1 » Renault F1 future to hinge on Mercedes leniency?

35edme: If you chose to decry someone's knowledge of something you should at least have an impeccable knowledge of same. Ford's Jaguar F1 became Red Bull F1 in 2004. If you were unaware of this fact then a correction to your answer is desired. If you were aware then nothing further needs to be said.
so please tell me, what engine manufacturing business did rb buy and rebadge as their own? i was answering a point about car and engine.

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