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June 29, 2015 8:07 PM

F1 » Ecclestone: Mercedes not to blame for ‘one-sided’ F1

It's everything to do with the money! All the engine manufacturers agreed tot he current rules package because it was designed to limit development in the name of cost savings. the problem is that several of the engine makers did a poor job on their engine packages and can't improve them fast enough because the rules prohibit them. This is what happens when costs take precedence over competition. Participants should not be making the rules.


June 22, 2015 3:23 PM

F1 » Horner: We need someone like Brawn to design F1 future

Horner's comments on the strategy Group are right on. His suggestion concerning Brawn has merit in that a benevolent dictator has worked for F1 in the past when tempered by an involved FIA. The fact is that today F1 doesn't have that natural balance of power. But Horner is on the right track when he says that competitors must not be making the rules of the sport. As time goes on we can see that the present system's error's of judgement just get worst with each passing race. For instance, what can be the possible benefit of penalizing a competitor who can not even finish a race if it's not just to totally demoralize that team? How do such penalties improve the racing?


June 19, 2015 3:13 PM

F1 » Alonso set for grid, race penalties

Another example of the absence of fairness and common sense by the framers of the current rules in F1. At this rate McLaren and Red Bull will be starting from the back of the grid well into the middle of NEXT season for penalties incurred this season! How do any of these penalties improve the racing? What a bad joke F1 is becoming.

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