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richard

July 03, 2015 3:04 PM

F1 » Rosberg fastest despite in-session gearbox change


Lewis4Jen: And as for it only being FP1 anyone who has been dialed into Nico v Lewis will know that these guys go flat out Whether it be FP1 or Q3 as these guys are so closely matched, just one getting the upper hand on the other will give a psychological advantage to the other but I can see by some of the comments that F1 has gone above the heads of some.
oh my sincere apologies. i am new to f1 and i thought that the race was won or lost on the times in fp1. i did not realise that cars were in qualy trim, even though they will be at least 2 secs faster tomorrow. does than now mean that when vettel, kimi, hulk etc go into qualy trim , they will be handsomely faster than nico and lulu? thanks for explaining it all to me. :D :D

richard

July 04, 2015 4:30 PM
Last Edited 25 days ago

F1 » Hamilton powers to British Grand Prix pole


ProfessorX: if he wins the next 4 out of 6 races he will tie Senna on wins and entries. If he has another season like this, and continues on his form of qualifying through out this one, he will most likely be at all time pole setter in F1 by the end of next year.
what does any of that prove? different times, different number of races, different time span, etc etc. and as for poles? again what does that prove? you dont win wdcs for having the most poles. it is the race that matters oh and just to tickle you....rarely has silverstone been won from pole.......................

richard

July 04, 2015 12:22 PM

F1 » GP format overhaul ideas are ‘embryonic’


ProfessorX: the only thing that needs changing is extending FP3 to 1.5 hours, give the teams a few more sets of tires, and let teams run higher noses so guys stand a better chance at overtaking.
really, your comments defy logic! what good would extending fp3 do? why would the teams want more tyres? why would high noses improve overtaking? (these were in fact lowered to provide some safety to drivers)

richard

July 03, 2015 1:28 PM

F1 » Rosberg fastest despite in-session gearbox change


Most on the track at that time were on worn tyres and were not doing quali laps as they had set their fast lap runs while Nico was in the pits. . Nico came out with about 8 minuets to go and and set three lap timer on fresher tyres and on a track which was a lot faster than when his teammates and others set their fastest times. Not rocket Science. Its called track evolution. oh come on. surely no one can be that silly! of course, nico had not even been able to get any practice but still went faster? he must be a genius. and of course, this is only fp 1 and times are nowhere near quali times. someone had to go fastest and just because he was faster than your hero, you have to find a spurious reason for it? maybe , just maybe, it is because he just drove faster?


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