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richard

July 21, 2014 11:54 AM

F1 » Red Bull surprised by Mercedes brake change


old git. so are you saying that in future, any team now has the right to change brake material without penalty, if done in parc ferme. horner is right to be aggreived as merc spent last year trying to catch rbr out over everything that they did. the material was not changed for safety reasons. lulu was using brembo material on the front, and ci material on the back. there was no problem with the ci discs, so why the need to change, other than to alter performance?

richard

July 21, 2014 7:48 AM

F1 » Hamilton: I did as good as I could


nutty. thank you for the english lesson! but its funny how lulu fanboys complain about a safety car if lulu is leading, and this allows the others to catch up and mount a challenge, and then when he was not leading and a safety car could have allowed him to close the gap, they then complain about the safety car NOT being deployed. sutils car was off the racing line, and for the two laps involved, there were double waved yellows. that is the required flag signal, and the drivers are aware of what it means...."something on track, prepeare to stop if neccessary".

richard

July 21, 2014 10:51 AM

F1 » Red Bull surprised by Mercedes brake change


sunny. it was claimed yesterday that merc changed 25 items on the car whilst in parc ferme. i know that some or maybe most of these were due to actual damage, but other items such as camber etc could have been adjusted during these replacements. and dont forget rbr were not allowed to even adjust camber last year. still, i doubt that starting from pit lane would have made any basic diference.

richard

July 20, 2014 9:40 PM

F1 » Rosberg wins but Hamilton recovers to third


champers. actually it was you who started questioning my opinion! and i just responded with fact, which you havent bothered to address. please show me evidence that shows that the bull was the best car four years running. then have a scan of your old autosports that will tell you different. and you didnt basically respond to my example of a driver who didnt win in the best car. so the argument that it is always the best driver in the best car falls flat on its face. of course it helps to have the best car, but it is not essential.

richard

July 20, 2014 8:40 PM

F1 » Rosberg wins but Hamilton recovers to third


champers. wow! you seem to know more than any of the acknowledged experts. the bull was NOT the best car in two of the years that it won the wdc. the macca was in fact adjudged to be the best. but the bull was second best. and it took a good driver to bring it to the top. and then you defeat your own "expert" argument, but pointing out that ferdi can win in a car that is not the best! it s not always the best driver in the best car that wins. it can be the best driver in not the best car that can win. remember nicos father? the williams was not the best car yet keke by being consistent managed to win the wdc. check your history books!


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