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March 20, 2009 3:18 AM
Last Edited 2599 days ago

F1 » Brundle: Don't punish F1 drivers for 'having a go'

@ Phil W. I understand what you're saying, but to say Max and Bernie don't know what it's like to watch motorsport on a sunday afternoon is a big assumption. Bernie's been involved in F1 for over 40 years, and before that lower formulae racing. And in his younger days even entered two F1 GP's as a driver. He was also an F1 team boss (Brabham) in the eighties. Max has been involved in motorsport for almost as long, an ex-racer himself, and he also set up and ran an F1 team (MARCH). These two are interested in motorsport, a lot. They've spent most of their lives involved in F1. Their life is F1. What makes you think they wouldn't watch it on the telly?


February 28, 2009 4:22 AM
Last Edited 2618 days ago

F1 » Williams reveals 2009 livery

Appendages and flip-ups are not banned, just banned in most areas on and around the chassis. The skate fins, cunningly, look to be right on the outside of the dimensions where appendages are banned. The placing of the fins, if they work, are therefore very clever, a bit cheeky, but perfectly legal.


February 27, 2009 10:25 PM
Last Edited 2619 days ago

F1 » Williams reveals 2009 livery

I hate to play the role of the grumpy b*stard, but Williams have had too many false dawns the last few years. They have failed to get their KERS system working and have all ready said it won't be ready for most of the season where other teams are saying their's is fine (eg Renault). Unfortunately I won't be surprised if Williams are battling over last place in the constructors.


February 17, 2009 12:08 PM
Last Edited 2629 days ago

F1 » Pressure mounts on Stewart to quit RBS role

why the hell should he walk away from a contract? Bizarre. This sort of public moral brow beating is pathetic. If you don't want a contract renewed, then don't renew it, but to publicly try and force someone into ripping up a perfectly good contract is so hypocritical. To people who want Stewart to rip up his contract: why don't you lead by example: there are people starving in this world, you don't need all your money. You should give half of all your wages to charity, and make do with the rest. It's only fair.

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