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richard

September 12, 2014 11:19 AM

F1 » Brawn: Never say never to F1 return


kiwibob: Richard this years car was designed under brawn and to me it seems a pretty good car and that was the first year that lewis was there and to be fair brawn is an engineer so i think lewis and brawn did ok as the years before was MS and NICO
yes. this years car was designed UNDER brawn. brawn was the manager last year, but he was NOT the designer. further, this years car is good due to ENGINE, which had nothing to do with brawn. put the renault engine in the current merc car, and it would be nowhere! the bull chassis is better than the merc chassis. brawn studied engineering related to nuclear power, and as far as i know, the merc is not nuclear powered. brawn did not design the honda or the brawn or the previous mercs. nothing to do with lulu. nico is matching lulu and did little under brawn in the last few years. so i dont know why you bring lulu into the debate.

richard

September 12, 2014 10:25 AM

F1 » Brawn: Never say never to F1 return


ptolemy. brawn was a good manager, there is no doubt about that, but it is the DESIGNER that is more important nowadays. brawn had no real success with lulu, so he is not the magic ingredient. as vettel and newey have shown, the magic is reliant on the designer and the driver. if brawn did go back to ferrari, he would have to have a good designer to work with. so a combo of vettel and brawn would be pretty useless if they still had a dud designed car. unfortunately the true genius of the schumi brawn days was rory byrne, and he rarely gets any credit.

richard

September 12, 2014 4:08 PM

F1 » Rosberg ‘determined’ to hold on for title


MikeLite: But then got right back up to the front with the usual cracking overtaking moves and then frightening the living daylights out of Herr Rosberg who saw the time gap on his display at 0.7 seconds and then ran completely out of talent!! Again!!
note how nico stayed a static position just behind lulu! so that seems to indicate that lulu was no faster than nico. if nico did not have his regen braking problem, then he would have easily stayed ahead of lulu

richard

September 11, 2014 6:43 PM

F1 » FIA bans driver performance radio messages


rgt. you seem to have something against me! have a look! i am the only person who has mentioned lulu? was i the first to bring up his name? so why do you single me out for your abuse? but lulu is relevant to this thread as he is the one who is constantly being given info by his team, and the blatant use of this info was very apparent over the last few races, and probably instigated this welcome crackdown.

richard

September 12, 2014 1:07 PM

F1 » FIA bans driver performance radio messages


sunny. this is the second time this year when fia have suddenly decided to enforce regulations that already exist. the odd thing is that when they deem something to be a breach of the rules, they are just prepared to "clarify" rather than act. i suppose that in this latest case, retrospective action is really not possible, but with fric, they made no effort to disqualify or even warn the teams using the system. although as all except one, were using it, they decided they could take no action. but it does show that the stewards and scruitineers need better training.

richard

September 11, 2014 6:19 PM

F1 » FIA bans driver performance radio messages


champers: @richard. Why do you keep bitching about Hamilton. This radio rule applies to all doesnt it. We know what people like Kimi think about radio chats...there is variety for all...lets see what comes of this..very little probably....
rgt. kimi knows how to drive a car and doesnt want the pits telling him what to do. so i have no complaint about kimi. but your pal lulu seems to have to get help in every race.


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