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George Zaidan

July 30, 2015 10:24 PM
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F1 » Ricciardo sure ‘step forward’ led to Hungary podium


rob01: The mickey mouse track made a couple teams look better than they actually are.
hmmmm I always considered that a professional is able to handle every situation, even a micky mouse track. which teams are you referring to rob01, is one of them the red team that you previously stated and were certain that they were equal to Mercedes?

George Zaidan

July 31, 2015 11:35 AM

F1 » Ricciardo graded A+ for 2015 efforts


If Toothy gets an A+ what does Vettel get? Wasn’t Vettel beaten by Toothy last year? Whom do you think has made the most effort this year? Whom do you think is third in the current standings? Who do you think is more than tripling his former team mate’s score? I would probably give Toothy a C+ at the most for such a lack luster showing and give his current team mate a B+ Isn’t Toothy supposed to be the no.1 driver at RBR in fact didn’t he claim no.1 status? Didn’t he put down his team mate Kvyat down not too long ago saying he wasn’t trying and didn’t bring in anything to the team?

George Zaidan

August 04, 2015 11:12 AM

F1 » Button excited by free F1 tyre choice


107SS2009:
George Zaidan:
107SS2009:
George Zaidan: okay, can someone explain the FIA logic behind new rules making the cars wider when drivers are complaining that tracks are too narrow for passing?
It was because of the intention of using wider wheels.
Sunny, yes I knew that but wider body, wider tires, restricting passing, restricting testing when we all know testing is imperative for teams to catch up or develop their cars and etc. etc., methinks the FIA is plumb loco.
George, According to Ericthebeleaver the 4 days reduction in testing has been agreed by the majority of teams a long time ago.
a long time ago does not show the reality on the ground today. many things were agreed to in the past that everyone believes was a mistake now. Mr. F1 and the FIA changes rules all the time they can revise the rules now too.

George Zaidan

August 04, 2015 9:08 AM

F1 » Button excited by free F1 tyre choice


107SS2009:
George Zaidan: okay, can someone explain the FIA logic behind new rules making the cars wider when drivers are complaining that tracks are too narrow for passing?
It was because of the intention of using wider wheels.
Sunny, yes I knew that but wider body, wider tires, restricting passing, restricting testing when we all know testing is imperative for teams to catch up or develop their cars and etc. etc., methinks the FIA is plumb loco.


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