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George Zaidan

March 05, 2015 4:12 PM

F1 » Michelin turned down F1 over degradation request


here is my future prediction of the F1: driver is strapped into the simulator with probes attached to his head, hands. image of track is projected on the screen (live) and the computer takes over. a dry run takes place, every conceivable bumps and turns on the track is fed into the simulator. computer analyzes all information and does a trial run and goes at the maximum possible speed without crashing or spinning out of control. Does another final run to match or better previous run. All information is fed into the driver and is retained for the race... there you have it the age of the Formula Zombie. Maximum speed, zero tire degradation. with only blown tires to stop anyone that wants to stay out just that one more lap. So much fun, so much entertainment. (the FIA is probably taking notes).

George Zaidan

March 06, 2015 5:25 PM

F1 » Michelin turned down F1 over degradation request


the FIA demands that teams save money and keep costs down by having tires degrade artificially? How about tires last until they dry rut and teams have to pit so many times per race whether to change to different compounds or whatever? Or better still why don't they let these guys just race? Pitting, changing tires, using whatever compounds they like is all up to the team and driver?


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