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February 23, 2015 3:26 PM

F1 » Rosberg plays down lap times on medium tyre

MrJones85: I came on this website and told everybody that Mercedes were deliberately hiding there pace. So, this comes as no surprise to me. Things really have not changed. They will dominate this season once again. Hamilton vs Rosberg part deux.
self praise is no praise! but absolutely no-one can say how any car will do this year. dont forget, the merc might be good on medium tyres but it might be a pig on soft or on hard tyres! and two compounds have to be used in each race. other cars , such as ferrari, have also shown to be good on the mediums, beating comparative merc times. but cars in testing are not the same as cars that will be in the race, and set-ups will also be different! your words could well come back and bite you! now, as you know it all, what about telling me the numbers for this weeks eurolotto ? :D


February 23, 2015 6:51 PM

F1 » McLaren blames wind for Alonso crash, slams electrocution rumours

the cars nowadays are so reliant on aero, and its control, that anything that can destroy the various induced vortices, can have a shocking effect on a car. i dont know how strong the gusts of wind were, but this is a very plausible reason. the cars are too aero sensitive and fia really need to do something to reduce this reliance. the fins that cars were using a few years ago gave them yaw stability. they were ugly, but maybe there is a need to re introduce these? look at the lmp cars, they have found that they need the fins to allow them to race in all weather conditions.


February 21, 2015 10:01 PM

F1 » Hamilton identifies ‘strong’ Ferrari, Red Bull

richard: benignly. did you miss my trick question about fangio?
Richard, I think Fangio did return to win a second championship with Maserati, I believe. However, maybe I am missing something.
you were right on that, but i said that he basically did it TWICE. now, you need to know a little about motor racing history to work that one out!


February 21, 2015 8:05 PM
Last Edited 5 days ago

F1 » Hamilton identifies ‘strong’ Ferrari, Red Bull

MrJones85: Do you really believe that? I think Hamilton & Rosberg are just giving the media lip service and that also goes for the rest of the team.
and i would ask you "do you really believe that" ? we'll just have to wait and see who is right, lulu or mr jones. i can see why many think that you are rgt. you are obsessed with lulu too. get over it, we want to see racing this year, and i reckon that we will see it. nobody is sandbagging, they are all just testing so no assumptions can be made.


February 21, 2015 9:00 PM

F1 » Hamilton identifies ‘strong’ Ferrari, Red Bull

MrJones85: Lewis Hamilton is one of the reasons I started following F1.
and that is the problem! you follow f1 because of ONE driver? most of the knowledgable posters on here, follow f1 because it is f1, and dont give a jot on who the driver is. some drivers are good, some are bad, some are honest, others arent. and there lies a problem. lulu has proven to be dishonest and devious. he has alienated many by his inappropriate comments. and that is why many are not bowled over by him.


February 22, 2015 1:00 PM

F1 » Ferrari will supply Manor-Marussia with 2014 engines

goldenoldie: What's that as a thought? As Renault is looking to buy an exisitng team, why not Manor? Also would explains why Ferrari doesn't want to deliver them with the 2015 PU! Just a wild speculation, but I am not saying that it is true, just a fantasy! (lol)
ferrari cannot supply a 2015 engine because manor do not have a 2015 car. i am not sure if they even have a 2014 car, but if they have, the 2015 engine wouldnt fit! if renault wanted a team to buy (which i doubt) it would be str.

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