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Cubikrube

September 02, 2014 10:54 AM

F1 » Hamilton: It’s far from over


Jiri Simek: Monza will definitely be pretty thrilling. RedBull took a gamble with the downforce setup at Spa and suddenly had enough speed that carried them on par with Mercedes on the straights. So Ricciardo has a realistic chance to fight for the win. Not to mention what the Merc duo can do wrong this time :)))
Sorry mate but you have missed the bit where Merc take all of their downforce off the motor......RB were against a Merc that was downforced up when that happened. Monza won't be like that as much as I would like to see the fight widened to include more teams other then just the Merc's work outfit

Cubikrube

September 02, 2014 10:47 AM

F1 » Hamilton: It’s far from over


mrfill:
rob01:
richard: 35. what has that got to do with it? in sennas day you couldnt stop in the race and run back to another car. mind you, in the 50s and before, you could in fact stop your car and take over your teammates car. do you think that others running at the back, such as m4xie should ask to park his car because he was outside the points, or wanted to save an engine?
Vettel was pulled over this year as well to save an engine. Correct? Or does it only count when Lewis does it.
Wasn't Vettel instructed by the team to pull over? Lulu asked to retire. I think there's a difference there.
He did ask the team because he thought it better to save the engine, the team were hoping for an SC to come out and ended up calling him in as he suggested in the first place....reality is that the team were looking at the bigger picture... which didn't come to fruition.... so Lewis thought process was actually

Cubikrube

September 02, 2014 10:40 AM

F1 » Hamilton: It’s far from over


107SS2009: “It’s far from over” that sounds much better than bagging the team to park the car, something which Senna would never contemplate.
I'm sorry but you cannot possibly know that, there was no ship to shore radio back then. I won't defend some of Lewis outbursts but I have said many times before, many of the driver's in the past would have their reputations tarnished if the media and technology were of the same level back then as it is now....whether that comms in car, the Internet or anything else you might want to think of.

Cubikrube

August 26, 2014 10:04 AM

F1 » Lauda: ‘Lewis did nothing wrong’


Just one thing to add regarding the stewards.....given it was two team mates, you wouldn't (as a team) report one of your own drivers to them...whereas the other contacts that happened (and resulted in penalties) were between drivers who were not in the same team. Given the more lenient stewarding, maybe...if there is no complaint...there is no investigation? Thoughts anyone?

Cubikrube

August 25, 2014 3:18 PM

F1 » Lauda: ‘Lewis did nothing wrong’


OK so if Nico is alongside then how does his front wing hit Lewis rear tyre? The logic displayed by some on here is seriously questionable. I already said it was a racing incident, also said I can see why Merc are miffed but seriously, and you know who you are....how on earth can anyone be alongside and hit someone in the rear? Nico's front wheel was near Lewis back wheel. I'll give you it was alongside that but that's the rear 10-15% of the vehicle....to be anywhere near classed as alongside you'd have to be 75% along, hell I'll give you 50% and he was still miles off that figure. Fanboy blinkers? No proper haters blindfold more like. Stick with facts, they tend to put emotion and bias in the shade


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