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Taz

July 07, 2014 9:03 PM
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F1 » Wolff concerned by Mercedes reliability


107SS2009: There is plenty of goings on in F1 that is or seems to be escaping the media attention. I came upon the following. Ten new engineers have started working at Maranello, they include three engine expert from Mercedes and four people from RBR, three in the aero department and one a simulation expert, FERRARI looks like they are going all out for a structure like Mercedes have. Hugo Boss sponsor is said to have changed teams, from mclaren to Mercedes.
Thanks for the update Sunny, interesting stuff.

Taz

July 07, 2014 1:27 PM

F1 » What we learned at the British Grand Prix


mrfill: Interesting to hear the suggestion that Caterham's mystery consortium may be none less than Bernie and/or Red Bull. It does make sense. Have to agree with Hamilton about the Poundland trophies that were presented. They were very tacky.
Interesting but why would RBR want Caterham? They have been trying to flog STR for ages and STR is a much better team.

Taz

July 07, 2014 4:35 PM

F1 » What we learned at the British Grand Prix


mrfill:
Taz:
mrfill: Interesting to hear the suggestion that Caterham's mystery consortium may be none less than Bernie and/or Red Bull. It does make sense. Have to agree with Hamilton about the Poundland trophies that were presented. They were very tacky.
Interesting but why would RBR want Caterham? They have been trying to flog STR for ages and STR is a much better team.
To release Cyril back to where he belongs so he can sort out the Renault mess. Why would RBR want to flog STR though? They have given RBR Vettel and Ricciado and are grooming Kvyat for the future. STR are doing a good job for RBR.
I'd don't disagree but STR has been up for sale for ages, I don't know if it still is though.


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