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March 19, 2015 3:41 PM

F1 » Only a matter of time until Ferrari catches, says Wolff

benignlyindifferent: Googleplex, I agree. It is an issue of attitude and culture. Williams and Ferrari just want to get on with business. They have acknowledged the Mercedes advantage, congratulated them accordingly, and are working hard to close the gap. Red Bull is whining about the advantage, publicly berating their engine supplier, and threatening to quit, which can only strike fear into the hearts of their 1,000 employees. I think Red Bull needs a change in senior leadership if they are to return to full competitiveness.
there is nothing wrong with the car ! it is the pu. changing anybody at rbr would not solve anything.


March 21, 2015 11:00 AM

F1 » Ferrari aiming high, won’t settle for second

Stuey99: Just trying to help you and educate you in F1 mate. If it's a surname it's not spelt all in capital letters. (actually it's a brand used from a surname but the same grammar rules apply) No need to get shirty just because I was trying to help you.
oh dear! ferrari WAS a surname (in fact is still one ) but ferrari in our context is a BRAND name. so it may certainly be capitalised.


March 20, 2015 2:34 PM

F1 » Do Honda’s issues harm more than just McLaren?

shamarone: re: "the manufacturer hasn't been shy in stating that the power unit is revolutionary in its conception." well there's your problem. how 'bout we go with less "revolutionary" and more "normalcy" next time...? it's a V6 ferchrissakes, stop trying to be fancy.
try reading the comment! it is the PU that is revolutionary in its conception! we all know that there is nothing strange about a v6 !


March 19, 2015 6:17 PM

F1 » Only a matter of time until Ferrari catches, says Wolff

benignly. first of all it was marko who said that would have to assess their position in f1, not horner. secondly, it is horners team, arden, that is the basis of rbr. thirdly, didi, marko and horner are the owners of rbr, so you cannot just say one should go. in my opinion, the mess is all renaults fault. they want out and as rbr are the only customers that they have, then they are not being overenthusiastic about improving the situation. i think it would make them happy if they found a reason to close shop. last year, they were talking about selling off the engine factory, and there were rumours that red bull could buy it . it didnt happen, this space...

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