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April 15, 2014 2:59 PM

F1 » Haas: We can beat the Europeans

@Fosco333 That's because these drivers have to make fools out of themselves publicly every weekend by saying things like "The xxx insurance Haas automation cheerios car ran really well today and these Goodyear tyres are really something aren't they, none of them even blew up today. I also like to thank sponsor s, t, u, v, w, x, y AND z AND their grandmothers for supporting us...Wewhee for a minute there I thought we were too far back at the end but luckily a yellow could be waived 2 laps from the end for 'debris on track' after some rascal threw a bunch of those delicious M&M's on the track, which negated the first 200 odd laps and gave me a chance to overtake the Bass pro shops furniture emporium car for the win. This will be a nice boost mobile for the boys in the team and I look forward to the cheddar cheese coca cola kentucky 600 next week"


April 19, 2014 9:52 PM

F1 » Vettel: Daniel is doing a very good job

"He has not just had one good weekend but good weekends." And...there you have the direct comparison with MW after all. There were a couple occassions where Mark strung a perfect weekend together and was able to match Vettel, although last year this occurence became too rare. I'm sure Vettel is still brimming with confidence after 4 WDCs and of course the man is set for life financially so that's no consideration, but as a competitor he must be scratching his head at DR's performance and at some point the thought 'so will this be what it's going to be like' will enter his mind. He's pretty cool about it so far but we've seen the harsher side of his personality a couple times before so it'll be interesting to watch how he reacts when DR passes him for the lead, denying team orders and stating: "I was faster than him, I passed him, he didn't deserve to win...end of story"


April 18, 2014 1:01 AM

F1 » Button: This is the strongest field

A lot of these kinds of statements are at least in part designed to indirectly talk up the driver's own individual performance. Look at how casually Jenson implies that he's among the group of 'immensely talented drivers' (mind you I'm not necessarily saying he isn't). And of course now it takes more talent to win than in the past cause all the other drivers are more talented...right? In the recent past we've had FA and Hamilton blowing smoke up each other's backside...coincidentally when teammates they got the exact same number of points (and wins IIRC) so really if they're saying how good the other one is it's the most direct way to indirectly say how good they are themselves :D Que Vergne accentuating some more how happy he is that DR is doing well. Well of course he is...if Vettel would have made DR look decidedly average that would pretty much have been the end of Vergne's F1 carreer. Now though, he's the guy that was pretty close to DR...just like the 4 times champ.


April 15, 2014 2:23 AM

F1 » Mercedes calling for increased Red Bull sanction

Forget about testgate, RBR have done everything they possibly can politically to refuse their competitors any advantage no matter how small. For instance they denied a request by Sauber last year to trade test days for more time allowed in their windtunnel before than making the argument how extremely big the advantage was Mercedes gaines by the...extra test days. They shouldn't be at all surprised the other teams aren't standing in line to cut them some slack now and nor should their supporters. You reap what...


April 11, 2014 3:11 PM

F1 » Red Bull appeal success ‘would be bad for the sport’

RBR consistently pushes the boundaries of the regulations as we know...To some extent that's what F1 is about, but I dislike it when it spills over in the political side of things. What I don't necessarily get however is why this fuel flow meter is necessary in the first place. If the issue is not using more than 100 litres of fuel surely there are other ways to regulate it. Apparently there is also regulation on how much fuel maybe used per hour, to which I would say...why for F's sake? If a team wants to burn through the most of their fuel in the first part of the race and turn the engine way down towards the end why not let them, if anything it might make for some interesting situations with different strategies being played out. Can't help but feel this FIA micromanagement is going overboard in F1.


April 12, 2014 1:35 PM
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F1 » New US team awarded FIA Formula 1 licence it all comes down to cold hard cash I thought I'd see if I could find Gene's net worth somewhere and it is estimated at 250 million. That won't be enough cause over the first few years he should realistically expect to spend about all of that footing the bill for the running costs of the team, unless he can find some other big investors/sponsors which, looking at the USF1 saga is unlikely to happen. The man is probably smart enough not to spend a sizeable chunk of his fortune on a pipe dream so I expect if the team comes to fruition at all its existence will be shortlived, can't play in the billionaire boys club with a couple hundred mill...But of course as a fan I still like to see them try cause more cars on the grid is better.

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