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theyank

June 18, 2014 4:10 AM

F1 » Ferrari calls for meeting on F1 future


The first action should be to paddle Spanker's ERS. Hmmm. Doesn't sound right. I mean we should throw Spanker's ERS into the Thames without a paddle. Oh I give up on #1. The second should be the elimination of the Drag Reduction System. If the guy likes to wear a bit of drag when he visits the dungeon for a little kinky who is F1 to try and get him to wear less? Third, the current F1 engine note sounds downright rude! A good F1 engine at full song should rattle the chest cavity, cause pain in unprotected aural sensors, and make old men behave like young kids. The current power plant does cause cavity resonance but the cavity is a bit lower than the chest. Fourth. Simple regs with simple measurands. Thou shalt not stifle innovation. Fifth. Forget cost caps. There will always be backmarkers and teams who run at the front.

theyank

June 14, 2014 11:24 PM

F1 » Haas wants Patrick in F1 team


Gene Haas channeling Peter Windbag!! Smoking the shrubbery all day every day causes terminal stupidity. Drinking good vino for the parched throat doesn't help. Some days it's really embarrassing being a Yank. On the other hand, it may be that Mr. Haas is a distinguished grad of the B. H. Obummer School of International Diplomacy. I shall have to give this some thought. Now where's my bong?

theyank

April 10, 2014 5:43 PM

F1 » Kate Walker: Jean Todt and the noises off


Jim Clausen succinctly stated my feelings on Todt v Mosley. The two disagrees are probably from Spanker himself. I'm willing to overlook a bit of self aggrandizement in M. Toot. Whether you like his approach to governance or not he has one which appears to be transparent. I'd like to see him win another stint at the helm. As expected, the turbo engine sounds more like flatulence from a bloated corpse than a powerplant in use at the pinnacle of motor racing..


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