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September 03, 2015 9:27 PM

F1 » Mercedes uses all tokens for Italian GP upgrade

George Zaidan:
George Zaidan: Just thinking - countries are allowed to buy Green House Gas quotas from each other when they use up all of theirs. Couldn't the same thing be done in the F1 where teams buy tokens from other that do not use theirs?
What tokens do manor,lotus,williams,toro,red bull, FI have to spend?
rob, rob, rob at this point there is probably only one team with tokens left to mothball and that's Mercedes, what I'm saying is that other teams could buy Mercedes' tokens.
The engine manufacturers have them. What the he ll would Manor do with 10 extra ENGINE tokens? There are only 2 true constructor's in F1.


September 04, 2015 9:07 PM

F1 » Italian Grand Prix – Free practice results (2)

MrJones85: Force India is looking good. But, what in the world is going on with Williams?
Maybe they are trying to put down force on their car, the only one who seems to be benefiting from Williams recent change of form is Bottas, Williams and Massa seem to be going backwards.
Massa has out qualified botas 6-5. And finished ahead of Botas the last 4 races.


September 03, 2015 9:11 PM

F1 » Hamilton brands Monza tyre pressure changes a 'disaster'

richard: every team has a pirelli engineer in their garage monitoring tyre pressures and providing advice. IF any team was running below the dictated pressure, the pirelli engineer would know and would ensure that pressures were maintained. further, pirelli have data from on board sensors from every car! so claiming that one team or another is running 10, or even psi lower than the required pressure is jut plain bunkum.
I seem to remember teams running tires backwards and we'll below Recommended psi.

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