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George Zaidan

January 28, 2016 9:48 PM
Last Edited 32 days ago

F1 » ‘Trouble ahead’ as Ecclestone warns manufacturers


Bernie the F1 is already in trouble, but you already knew that. Instead of any more knee-jerk fixes you guys sit down, put aside any thought of profits and come up with long lasting solutions to get the F1 out of trouble. Solutions should be what is best for the F1 and fans. Put a cap on power but let all teams be able to reach that limit. If there is a cap on the amount of fuel per race, then let the driver/team use whatever they need without any restrictions during the race. If tire manufacturer give specific number of laps per compound, driver should not be afraid to take the car to that limit no matter the track. For God's sake ease up on the friggin' penalties unless it poses a danger to another driver. What difference does it make to you except the team if they use up a 1000 engines or transmissions per season, if they can afford it more power to them. If a team can't afford to be in F1 then they shouldn't be in F1. Trying to save money is not cost effective.

George Zaidan

January 30, 2016 5:11 PM

F1 » Ricciardo out to get lean and mean for opener


Lean and mean. Lean = lose weight Mean = lose smile Not sure how someone with short curly hair lets their hair down. I kinda feel for the guy being stuck in a rot when he should have been thinking of ditching RBR. One day they are doing great, another day they are not, then another day they whine about Renault and want preferential treatment. I predict that Renault will be ignoring RBR this season.

George Zaidan

January 30, 2016 8:22 PM
Last Edited 45 days ago

F1 » Ricciardo out to get lean and mean for opener


107SS2009:
George Zaidan: Lean and mean. Lean = lose weight Mean = lose smile Not sure how someone with short curly hair lets their hair down. I kinda feel for the guy being stuck in a rot when he should have been thinking of ditching RBR. One day they are doing great, another day they are not, then another day they whine about Renault and want preferential treatment. I predict that Renault will be ignoring RBR this season.
Careful George you can easily be regarded as attacking the red bullies and their Colgate kid on here.
To his fans there is no gray area when it come to the Colgate kid, you're either with him or against him :)

George Zaidan

January 29, 2016 9:14 PM

F1 » Marko wants Renault to prioritise Red Bull over own team


richard:
nealio: With Marco feeling that Mercedes will dominate again in 2016 why would Renault back the Red Bull team before their own?
because red bull are far far more likely to be closer to ferrari and merc ! it would not surprise me to see kvyatt and possibly even ricciardo on the podium in 2016, but it is pretty certain that maldo or palmer will be lucky to even score points. so if renault want to gain some credence for their pu, it is far better to help any team that will give them the results they need
I wouldn't ignore Toro Rosso after all they will be equipped with Ferrari engines that blew away RBR

George Zaidan

January 18, 2016 1:45 PM

F1 » Williams should drop Mercedes for Honda - Hill


btr100: @mrfill Don't confuse works Renault team or Ferrari team with McLaren. Honda is an independent engine producer. They may be backing McLaren but they would want to distribute their eggs to more than one basket obviously. A win is a win for Honda with any team they give engine.
Only problem is that you forgot that Ron Dennis will not allow Honda to supply engines to RBR and that probably means to everyone else until McLaren gets what they want out of Honda first. Like I said Dennis has too much invested to help anyone.


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