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rob01

December 23, 2014 2:59 PM

F1 » ‘Vettel’s big gamble is ours too’ – Marchionne


George Zaidan:
rob01: How is running away from a team now a gamble for Vettel?
I'll bet you'll be hard pressed to find any F1 driver that wouldn't love to drive for Ferrari. By the way I am sure in a few of your past posts you mentioned that Vettel is not a true champion unless he drives for another team. If you had been paying attention, you would have recognized from the very start of the season that Vettel had lost interest in Red Bull. Yeah we get it, you don't like Vettel but why inject false innuendos in every post about the guy?
Horner said Vettel left due to Dan's pace. Not me.

rob01

December 23, 2014 9:05 PM

F1 » ‘Vettel’s big gamble is ours too’ – Marchionne


107SS2009:
rob01:
107SS2009: Here is some interesting reading re the latest developments “We made great advances in the last strategy group meeting with Maurizio managing to find a solution in regards the use of tokens in 2015 which thereby allows us some freedom of introductions of upgrades through the year”. Sounds and looks like FERRARI has a good salesman after all. A happy Christmas to all.
The loophole that was Supposedly found is countered and Very clear in the rules as to the use of tokens and homologation. This is more of a Red Bull attempt at circumventing the rules.
Countered by whom?, you are mixing RB with the Marlboro man.
No, I am saying the New guy at Red is acting like red bull with the rule book. There is Not a loophole and acting like there is will be just like red bunk drilling out the fuel flow sensor and calling them defective.

rob01

December 23, 2014 6:58 PM

F1 » ‘Vettel’s big gamble is ours too’ – Marchionne


107SS2009: Here is some interesting reading re the latest developments “We made great advances in the last strategy group meeting with Maurizio managing to find a solution in regards the use of tokens in 2015 which thereby allows us some freedom of introductions of upgrades through the year”. Sounds and looks like FERRARI has a good salesman after all. A happy Christmas to all.
The loophole that was Supposedly found is countered and Very clear in the rules as to the use of tokens and homologation. This is more of a Red Bull attempt at circumventing the rules.

rob01

December 23, 2014 4:28 PM

F1 » ‘Vettel’s big gamble is ours too’ – Marchionne


George Zaidan:
rob01:
George Zaidan:
rob01: How is running away from a team now a gamble for Vettel?
I'll bet you'll be hard pressed to find any F1 driver that wouldn't love to drive for Ferrari. By the way I am sure in a few of your past posts you mentioned that Vettel is not a true champion unless he drives for another team. If you had been paying attention, you would have recognized from the very start of the season that Vettel had lost interest in Red Bull. Yeah we get it, you don't like Vettel but why inject false innuendos in every post about the guy?
Horner said Vettel left due to Dan's pace. Not me.
Don't you mean because of the RB's pace and defective car?
The same car that Dan won 3 races with. Yeah, that one.


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