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October 02, 2014 6:28 PM

F1 » Rosberg: Reliability issues overblown

here4thesun2: Rosberg will be sleeping in his car to protect both of his interests.
he has TWO? well, wasnt lulu going to cut his off to save weight?
Interests - steering wheel and backside. As far as the other, he may need to leave one with the missus now. LH must have found another way to shed 6kg.
you got it wrong...6 GRAMMES!


October 02, 2014 6:40 PM

F1 » Bottas eyeing Mercedes challenge

nutty. you seem to be unable to understand the correlation between drag, downforce, power and speed. you say one thing first and then the exact opposite a moment later. its a wonder you did not bring the yellow wire into it, or the handicap weight. the bull is faster in the corners. that is acknowledged by the engineers in the other teams. vettel has outdriven the mercs on fast corners where downforce is required, and even alonso has done it. as for your claims of 2 secs? have you been asleep? that was down to tyres. new supersofts against worn softs. a well documented fact.


October 03, 2014 7:50 AM

F1 » Typhoon threatens Japanese Grand Prix

ProfessorX: This could be even better for Hamilton's chances :)
how the hell do you make that out? he is by no means the best in the rain. even seb in a str could beat him when the track was wet!
The last time we had a typhoon in Japan, seb wiped out his team-mate behind a safety car
and whos fault was it? a certain driver was censured for it and rules had to be tightened! oh and by the way, vettel was miles ahead of his teammate, so could not have wiped him out! but amazingly, in an str, vettel was just behind the number 1 driver of a red bull!

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