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March 02, 2015 10:09 PM

F1 » What we learned during pre-season F1 testing

Paddles: Great article, something has to happen about the total domination of one power plant though, it is not healthy for the sport. That being said though, well done to Mercedes for their engineering domination.
Indeed but we already know the 2015WCC winner and one of two will win the 2015 WDC....where is the excitement in that? There would be a little more if they were allowed to race properly.


March 02, 2015 4:15 PM

F1 » Modest Wolff still looking at glass as ‘half empty’

107SS2009: Sandbagging, running in testing in moderate mode, running their PU at much less than 100%, running 90% WO5 parts, running their 2014 PU. And here comes the totonator on Sunday the last test day and this is what he told Grofty. “We had run our PU at “full power”, you need to run them at 100% because you need to find-out when it cracks, this is part of the program running the engine “flat-out” to understand where the problems can be”.
Grofty.....PMSL :p


March 02, 2015 10:23 AM

F1 » Modest Wolff still looking at glass as ‘half empty’

mguh: Great to see long term work being rewarded as Ross Brawn started work on the Hybrid well befoe the 2014 season and it is yielding success.. This season will be telling , because once all the allocated tokens has been used up by the teams and if Mercedes still holds a sizeable margin over the rest then that will be it, as allocated tokens will decrease each year giving less development regards the pu each season . This could see Mercedes dominance until 2018 by that time Britain could have a 5 times Wdc or Germany another multi World champion.
Morning Ron.

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