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January 21, 2015 12:24 PM

F1 » Maldonado: Lotus has done a lot of clever work for F1 2015


Superhunky: It baffles me he crashes so much when he is so slow. A classic case of a little bit of talent and a lot of money to buy a seat can get you an F1 drive in the present economic climate.
he is not slow. look how he drove the williams to podiums and a win, when no one else was! but when you drive an uncompetitive car, there is a tendency to overdrive, and some of his crashes were not his fault, but happened because he was where someone else didnt expect him to be

richard

January 20, 2015 6:03 PM

F1 » F1: Palmer confirmed as Lotus third driver


107SS2009:
richard: some appear to be overlooking the fact that even though maldo has crashed a lot, he has still raced at the front and won a gp. i just dont see palmer as being in his league
Richard, But Palmer is Britissssssh and Maldo is not, and while Maldo’s dirty money was ok for Britissssssh Williams it is not for Lotus.
but maldos money IS ok for lotus!

richard

January 20, 2015 11:40 AM

F1 » Saving Marussia ‘still certainly possible’ – Lowdon


mgto. interesting point in number 1. re number 2. the TEAMS cannot interchange info, but i doubt that there is anything to prevent the engine overseers (if supplied by, say, honda) from passing engine info to the factory and then back to other engineers. but the critical info is in relation to the entire pu, and oddly, teams seem to choose their own link ups and technology. for instance, i think that marussia, despite using a ferrari engine, used macca technology for their ers. and look at what merc did! they would NOT give pu info to the likes of williams, so as to hobble a possible competitor from being as fast.


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