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George Zaidan

April 11, 2015 2:13 PM

F1 » Hamilton edges Rosberg for Chinese GP pole


rob01:
richard:
rob01: The Ferrari is as good if not better than the Merc. Its the drivers making the difference.
rob. ridiculous comment! EVERYBODY says and accepts that the merc is currently way ahead of the ferrari, and everyone else. but you are right in part, the driver makes a big difference! that is why seb in an inferior car is able to beat lulu. just as he did when the rbr was inferior to the macca.
Spin doctor. How come Seb couldn't beat Ricardo in the SAME car?
I believe Vettel answered your question if only you weren't so biased.

George Zaidan

April 11, 2015 6:42 PM
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F1 » Vettel admits Mercedes duo ‘quicker than expected’


Bmendon: A good level headed run down by Vettel. It's better to admit where you rather than bank on where you hope to be. I won't put aside the thought that there may be some sort of plan afoot that will help Mercedes.
I agree with the first part of your post but I'd rather believe it's Ferrari that has a plan, Mercedes has lost the plot since they thought they were unbeatable because of their superior speed. They really are rattled, and I for one thought the last race was just a fluke I didn't realize tire management would play such a decisive role in the races and probably is one of the things Ferrari had drastically improved. p.s. I agree with MrJ

George Zaidan

April 11, 2015 9:24 AM

F1 » Chinese Grand Prix – Qualifying results


goldenoldie:
George Zaidan: not sure about you guys and don't want to take anything away from Lewis but someone better check his fuel flow... 1:35.782 doesn't seem normal. I do wish there were no fuel flow restrictions just as long as they stay within the fuel weight allocation, it will make for a more exciting race.
Could be, but than the FIA scrutineers should also have a closer look at Nico's car, or not?
let's say theirs and Ferrari also. there was an article where the FIA was going to look into the fuel flow for the Chinese race and I think they should or remove the rule altogether.

George Zaidan

April 11, 2015 9:34 AM

F1 » Chinese Grand Prix – Qualifying results


mytyresaregoingoff:
goldenoldie:
George Zaidan: not sure about you guys and don't want to take anything away from Lewis but someone better check his fuel flow... 1:35.782 doesn't seem normal. I do wish there were no fuel flow restrictions just as long as they stay within the fuel weight allocation, it will make for a more exciting race.
Could be, but than the FIA scrutineers should also have a closer look at Nico's car, or not?
Have they fitted the extra FIA fuels flow sensor yet? This is meant to stop fuel surges that can currently be used to give a boost whilst fuel tank sensor still reads OK
this is the link i read: f1today.net/en/news/200977/fia-to-measure-fuel-flow-in-more-detail-in-china


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