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January 30, 2016 6:04 PM

F1 » Ricciardo out to get lean and mean for opener

George Zaidan: Lean and mean. Lean = lose weight Mean = lose smile Not sure how someone with short curly hair lets their hair down. I kinda feel for the guy being stuck in a rot when he should have been thinking of ditching RBR. One day they are doing great, another day they are not, then another day they whine about Renault and want preferential treatment. I predict that Renault will be ignoring RBR this season.
Careful George you can easily be regarded as attacking the red bullies and their Colgate kid on here.


January 31, 2016 6:31 PM

F1 » London Grand Prix idea raised – again

Liam48: Scrap London, bring it to Glasgow. I want to watch the cars fly though the streets as I watch from my flat.
have a look at gptoday! photos of the streets that f1 is supposed to be racing on in baku! frightening!
one problem in that alley and the race will come to a halt.
That alley shown in that picture will not be the only one problem of all track used by F1, Monaco will remain the slowest, narrowest and with the most lack of overtaking of them all, with the difference of having a glamorous tag to it.


January 30, 2016 3:51 PM

F1 » Berger: F1 could learn from MotoGP

MaddMe: Motorcycle racing and F1 (or any form of car racing) will always be streets apart. For starters bikes are at most 2 feet wide and a reasonable amount shorter than a car and the current generation of F1 cars are up to 6 feet wide. This factor alone allows for additional potential racing lines and in turn the prospect of easier and a higher quantity of overtakes... Generally Moto GP races are in the region of 45 minutes long, F1 races seam to get shorter and less interesting. Finally anyone who reckons that Rosberg is the best driver in F1 at the moment needs their head examining...
And some wants to make the cars wider still, and add another 300kg of downforce, so that a car following another will add that same amount 0f downforce to what it is already loosing when following, But that is one of the things that Bernie and RBR wants.


January 30, 2016 5:59 PM

F1 » Berger: F1 could learn from MotoGP

Rexxy: Motogp as a spectacle is now at a different level compared to by f1 this year
Rexxy, I think we hope F1 will improve ... but it needs a radical and honest overhaul. I really do think they have forgotten the customer and believe they think if they hype enough the customer will follow and pay. I'm not sure I see enough changes in F1 for next season to have that change, Personally think in todays world if as a business or show that if you don't constantly evolve you are a dinosaur - hope Im wrong on F1.
Yes a radical and honest overhaul is needed in f1....but the problem is no top teams and officials are a days f1 teams never think of the show.....Today's top f1 teams agenda is "less competition maximum profit"
Did you really mean the teams or Bernie


January 30, 2016 5:20 PM

F1 » Haas F1 to share reserve driver with Ferrari?

JimG: I think it is smart financial sense, as Haas doesn't have to pay for a reserve driver this way, unless he actually needs one. Since Ferrari will have a reserve driver regardless, I would think that if Haas needed a replacement driver due to accident or sickness or whatnot, he would pay Ferrari on a per race basis for use of the reserve driver. And I don't know if it would be allowed in the rules, but maybe they could compensate Ferrari by letting the reserve driver do some practice stints in their car at a few races as payment for sharing the reserve driver. As to being the Ferrari B Team, what is so wrong with that? After all, Red Bull has STR as their B Team.
Agree, RBR not only has a "B" team, they actually own 2 teams, and contrary to the "constructors" rules they used to race 4 identical cars/chassis, but back than that was ok them being RBR. AND what about how bad and evil it will be for a 3 car teams, but not for 4 car team.

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