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July 10, 2014 1:31 PM

F1 » Bottas sees potential FRIC advantage

107SS2009: Both Marusa and Williams ran their cars without FRIC at Silverstone (very opportune testing that!), mclaren I am not sure, but they seems happy at not being effected if FRIC have to go, Catahram does not use FRIC so that leaves only 6 teams who’s position is not known.
I doubt then all teams will agree to keep it as it is not in Williams interest.


July 09, 2014 1:19 PM

F1 » Pirelli unveils 18-inch tyres

107SS2009: Ckopp, make no mistake this latest FRIC thing has all the trademark of MR F1, he have anchors dropped at all the places that counts, this anchor of his (Whiting) was solidly dropped and planted for him by Mosely just before he handed over to Totd (contract) of which Totd was not amused with as he at the time could see that anchors were being dropped/planted by outsiders to the FIA.
I don't disagree with your comments about Whiting, but Todt also a lump of concrete with a metal hoop sticking out of it. You can't seriously think he's doing a good job.....


July 09, 2014 2:20 PM

F1 » Pirelli unveils 18-inch tyres

107SS2009: Taz, I happen to believe that yes Totd is doing a good job, in fact I believe it’s the best ever done at the FIA, bit by bit Totd is the man that for sure will steer F1 into the right direction, but it takes time, remember he is up against the best of British conman ever, a conman and his ex crony that robbed the teams of F1. The last conman still standing will be gone sooner rather than later, either by age or if he lasts by his court case whatever the result of that might be.
Sorry, I can't agree about Todt. His authoritarian style of leadership is no better and he has a major manufacturers hand all the way up his bottom. This is something we'll never agree on :)


July 09, 2014 2:28 PM

F1 » McLaren surprised by FRIC ban

richard: rob. the lotus system was not interconnection. it was based on braking causing the nose to rise, so as to maintain the stance on the track. operation was via the floating brake calipers, hence the comments that it was a "movable aero device). it was banned before it debuted. and rightly so. it had an effect on aero. i was surprised when merc introduced it as i considered that it too affected aero, and we discussed that at the time. but is peculiar that it has taken fia so long to realise that it indeed does affect aero. good to know that they listen to me! :) forgot to add....i just cannot understand why they have suddenly decided , mid season, that it is illegal.
Is is the same Merc team that got of virtually unpunished after an illegal tyre test?

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