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March 16, 2015 8:32 AM

F1 » Red Bull issues quit threat over regulations

This is F1 going back to the bad old days when the politics of the track are more interesting than the action on it. it's going to be very ugly of track this year....which is good as the title is already decided so at least the bickering will generate interest. Fair plays to Ferrari, at least they have improved and the car looks a much better prospect.


March 16, 2015 11:26 PM

F1 » Wolff to Horner: Get your head down…

Cheppy: I always believe Mercedes was received detail of technical regulation for new 1.6 ltr engine before officially released to other Engine suppliers or Mercedes had fed its own basic Engine map to FIA governing body via member of FIA technical regulation governing body. The rivals need to find out why Mercedes has so much advantage over engine development. Unusually Mercedes Engine didn’t have any problems at inauguration of new 1.6 Ltr Single Turbo Engine last year. 2014 Mercedes Engine was almost flawless and no big problem with Engine. I doubt Mercedes can not develop such as engine in short time which advantage over its rivals engines development without knowing detail in advance. I think FIA must relax restricting on Engine development.
They had 4 years plus developing.
5 points for stating the obvious :rolleyes:

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