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October 15, 2014 7:41 PM

F1 » Lauda urges Mercedes to focus on drivers

audiodoc: this is laughable. hamilton has 9 wins to britneys 4. why is nobody talking about this massive differences in wins this seeason? because they want rosberg to win and will make it bloody obvious that it is like this when lulu will have what ever issue now! F! is a f---king joke if a guy who has 9 wins a season compared to the next guy who only has 4 is not winning the championship
check your history books.....keke rosberg! it is consistency that wins wdcs, not the number of wins!


October 15, 2014 6:19 PM

F1 » Smedley: F1 engine unfreeze pointless

rob01: They have all worked on their engine for 3 to 4 years. And now want a redo. With all restrictions in the rules No one engine manufacturer was supposed to be this far ahead. Merc did a fantastic job and the others did NOT.
rob. that argument is pointless. the pus were not running until this time last year! so how could they develop the pus if they did not know how they were performing?


October 15, 2014 6:27 PM

F1 » Marussia F1 Team ‘shocked and angered’ by Bianchi reports

rob01: Rich.. Charlie has let them speed through double yellows without penalities. Its his fault for not enforcing the rules.
rob. wrong again, the rules as written by FIA, state the required reduction of time. this is only a minimal slowing. charlie said that the cars obeyed, being slower than 0.5 secs off the pace. charlie couldnt penalise the drivers for abiding by the rules. but as i pointed out before, jules was one who backed off the most under the double yellows. chilton was 30 kph FASTER, but this was still classed as slower than before! now the question is, why did jules slide off the track at 213 whilst chilton didnt at 243??


October 15, 2014 6:21 PM

F1 » Marussia F1 Team ‘shocked and angered’ by Bianchi reports

ProfessorX: it's those recovery vehicles, they are too dangerous to crash in to, ... They have also killed a marshal. Perhaps looking at regulations regarding their deployment, and use are required.
nutty. its the marshals risking their lives, and the tractors removing stranded cars, that have actually probably saved the lives of a number of drivers.

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