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rob01

March 20, 2014 12:07 PM

F1 » Teams were aware of sensor issue


physics: @rob01 If the sensor is faulty, and they were told to run following it, that means they will be running part throttle full race. I wouldn't follow that order if I know I am not braking the rules and staying under the 100kg/h rule. Also if they did go by what they were being told, they would run dead last anyway. This way they can contest the disqualification and get 2nd place.
There will be NO contesting the results from RB. They are standing on a wooden leg. And they would have full throttle as the part is only a flow sensor. And as I said before, Red Bull decide THEIR sensor was more accurate. How on earth would they know that during a race? It became MORE accurate as it allowed better flow. Their arrogance cost them points as it should.

rob01

March 20, 2014 4:09 PM

F1 » Teams were aware of sensor issue


Taipan:
physics: @rob Read Full of it posts. Also read some of the rules. Then come comment again.
Physics, I can assure you that Rob's "The FiA are always right" stance would be considerably different if the team in question was Mercedes or in previous years McLaren. I'll leave you to fill in the blanks as to why someone would switch from being a die hard McLaren fan to a Mercedes fan.... :rolleyes:
i never said they were always right. do you not remember the DD days.? or my love for Max? and you are adding your usual lewis bull crap to a post when i did Not mention a word about another team. you did. its called pe nis envy.


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