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November 27, 2015 7:41 PM

F1 » Red Bull teases imminent engine announcement

GuzziHero: "Red Bull buys last working BRM H16 from museum in last-ditch attempt to secure engine supply".
Last H16 I have seen was at the Science museum in Kensington.
Hey Sunny, That is not very difficult for me, as I studied at the Chelsea College of Aeronautical & Automobile engineering from 1967 till 1970. (Main entrance at Sydney street and students entry at Britten street!) Good old times, but my interest for cars is still vivid! I suppose that makes me a bit of a carfreak! Haha!
Is this Mike D or Nick from "the College of Knowledge"?


November 05, 2015 12:47 AM

F1 » Susie Wolff retires from motorsport

4342: We need a Danica Patrick a feisty Yank or a real strong English Female from a council estate in one of the urban locations , maybe a minority, that's the type of female who will come into F1 and be competitive.
I would suggest that talent should be the over riding factor RGT, not sure why urban council estates, minorities and nationality is so important to you, maybe it's because you're an idiot?
Taipan, once again in the space of a few minutes I must say you are once again spot-on.
Gemma Batsford


October 07, 2015 9:03 AM

F1 » Defiant Red Bull couldn’t wait for Renault turnaround

I find it incredible that manufacturers such as Renault and Honda with their Motorsport heritage did not have the planning and foresight to anticipate the development of the 1.6 Hybrids - this is an area of development that will eventually be useful for other applications in road vehicle technology and unfortunately Mercedes started this development much earlier, even under the threat back in 2012 that F1 rules may have ditched the concept. Development has also been stifled by the"token" system which needs to be ditched

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