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George Zaidan

January 15, 2016 4:42 PM
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F1 » FIA confirms refuelling could return to F1


Refueling was banned not just because of cost but mostly because of safety concerns. There is no need to bring refueling back, racing should not depend on the pit strategy. Remove all restrictions on fuel flow and let the drivers race as fast as they want, let them regulate how much allocated fuel they use per lap if they run out they are out of the race simple as that.

George Zaidan

January 06, 2016 9:45 AM
Last Edited 24 days ago

F1 » Verstappen measuring himself against ‘best of the best’


Daniel Ricciardo career fastest laps since 2011 equals 4. Yeah right the fastest driver on the grid over one lap... Talk about being a one eyed fan. Yeah, yeah I know he beat Vettel. Go on tell us again, because it's the only thing he has to be proud of just as Rosberg is also proud of beating Shumacher, and Button beating Hamilton. They can all be proud when they talk to their grand kids about their limited exploits.

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.

George Zaidan

January 16, 2016 12:13 PM

F1 » FIA confirms refuelling could return to F1


goldenoldie:
George Zaidan: Refueling was banned not just because of cost but mostly because of safety concerns. There is no need to bring refueling back, racing should not depend on the pit strategy. Remove all restrictions on fuel flow and let the drivers race as fast as they want, let them regulate how much allocated fuel they use per lap if they run out they are out of the race simple as that.
You remember the Father of Max? JV (No, not Jacques Villeneuve!) :) Wasn't it at Hockenheim that his Benneton caught fire?
Verstappen (Benetton) Pit Fire Hockenheim - July 31 1994 youtube.com/watch?v=T6pNb5kAoXw F1 Austria 2003 - M.Schumacher fire pitstop I do remember Massa driving off with the fuel line still attached. and here's another video youtube.com/watch?v=OvgjhfQLTNk

George Zaidan

January 12, 2016 9:28 AM

F1 » Ferrari, Red Bull, McLaren chosen for Pirelli wet tyre test


ProfessorX: Ferrari is supposed to be the team to take it to Mercedes, thats what the peeps running the show want, and Macca need every hand out they can get and lots of rainy races, RBR need some sort of political bone, the problem with who got picked is they are all Tier 1 teams, none of those teams are Sauber, Lotus (quasi Tier 1) or Manor, teams that need extra testing time.
You never know Mercedes might still be getting another secret test, the real test in an undisclosed location. What do you say to that dear ProfessorX?

George Zaidan

January 05, 2016 8:25 PM

F1 » Newey: Proposed 2017 changes don’t go far enough


107SS2009: Not only the manufacturers signed a contract with both the FIA and FOM for the new engine formula and its duration, but also all teams on the grid, and that also means that both the FIA and FOM also signed those contracts. Everybody and his dog knows who wants out of that contract/wants to move the goal posts of that contract. Also everybody and his dog knows who wants to steer the rules and regulations to have total control.
Roscoe says to leave him out of it, he is now free and lazing about without listening to lulu whine, moan and biache all day long.


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