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July 17, 2014 1:07 AM

F1 » Rosberg signs “multi-year” Mercedes extension

richard: gilles. i am fully entitled to make educated comments. are you? chris. yes, lulu was ahead for part of a lap, due to nico trying to cope with his failing car. lulu just decided to take a risk with his brakes, and it didnt work. had he held station, his chances of finishing could have been better. nico was managing the car, lulu wasnt.
yes you are entitled to your opinion. but you actually know very little as to how the brakes were tended too outside of knowing Nico was told Lewis was running more rear. Once you heard that you drew conclusions that fit your normal agenda. One that you clearly announce on these pages.


July 17, 2014 1:39 PM

F1 » Renault expecting performance boost in Germany

Taz, actually the pint size diva is how I came to know Sunny. Around 07,08 the boards were a small band of people that actually discussed F1 without the drama we have now. Yes there was some drama but not to the level we have today. I learned a massive amount while peacefully pulling for a young lad named Lewis Hamilton. And admit that at first I would have to ask Sunny for clarification on many things technical and political he was posting. He has enlightened me on many occasion and still does today. Even if we sometimes don't see eye to eye. One of only a few purist on these boards.


July 17, 2014 6:50 PM

F1 » Renault expecting performance boost in Germany

CommodoreS: Thanks Richard but even with Sunny's explanation I still don't understand where fuel comes into the equation. Why wasn't it used in the first place if it met the criteria. This is what Lauda had to say and he's right. Hows the man in the street expected to understand F1: "77 major technical and sporting rule changes since 2005, according to Auto Motor und Sport". I should be in a position to understand it being in the midst of Motorsport but I don't.
fuel being used with the new hybrid systems had to be changed as requirements for burning it changed dramatically. all teams alter or tweek the fuel every race weekend based on a particular track and weather conditions. keeping in mind that it's based on weight of the fuel and not volume. teams submit samples for that race and at end of race the used sample must match that finger print.


July 17, 2014 1:14 AM

F1 » German Grand Prix preview

richard: if the scruitineers were doing their jobs properly, they would be upholding the fia stance that the fric suspension is contrary to the regs, so cars should not be passed if they have what is considered an illegal fitment. caterham are said to be protesting any car that has fric. rob. to keep your mind at rest, all cars have been passed as legal in respect of the fuel flow sensors. the supplied sensors have all been updated and guaranteed to be within acceptable tolerances.
yes i know. once the snooks were put straight there has not been another word about faulty sensors. funny that

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