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107SS2009

March 19, 2015 12:01 PM

F1 » Sauber won’t be drawn into ‘mud fight’ with van der Garde


mytyresaregoingoff:.
OK don't want to misquote you but when he started the court case I thought you amongst many others were of the opinion he was out of F1. That'll teach me read more carefully. Yes, when the court case started, (actually before it started) I was of the opinion that GvDG was out of F1 and so also out of the Sauber seat, never had any doubt over that, Glad for you learning something useful, and it does pay to always be careful, some on here tend to come in with both guns blazing, no thinking no target no nothing, just guns blazing for the sake of it.

107SS2009

March 19, 2015 4:43 PM

F1 » Only a matter of time until Ferrari catches, says Wolff


Renault has made mistakes with their PU, they recognised their mistakes from before the 2014 winter testing started, so much as to having instructed their customers to limit the PU use to 250km runs. These mistakes were greatly compounded and exaggerated by the RB10 car design, from that point onwards (RBR were still Renault customers) instead of help all they got from RBR were kicks hardly ever seen before in public between two partners. Once RBR managed to force themselves as a factory team on Renault, the kicking instead of help intensified. What people on here doesn’t know is that RBR have a good portion of blame for the Renault PU problems, and that this portion of blame kept increasing to this day, also not known is the fact that RBR was and are still late with the real RB11which will be introduced in Spain. Renault have been making F1 engines for 37 years, it is not like they are not able to solve/rectify their mistake by being left too instead of being bullied about. RBR arroga

107SS2009

March 19, 2015 4:49 PM

F1 » Only a matter of time until Ferrari catches, says Wolff


L494: @Richard There was no evidence domenicalli had done wrong at Ferrari, a poor car is down to the designer but the team principal is responsible at the end of the day. Horner, instead of publicly berating Renault, should be sat down in the back room saying ok how we going to move forward together.
L494, There is no way on God’s green earth to compare Stefano to the spice man.

107SS2009

March 19, 2015 4:55 PM

F1 » Sauber won’t be drawn into ‘mud fight’ with van der Garde


ProfessorDave:
107SS2009: Goldie, You certainly have chosen a very long gear ratio to answer me, but thanks all the same, and by the way, do you know how gear ratios are arrived at?
That would suggest Goldie was going into overdrive with his response to your question, but it sounds to me like he's on the rev limiter.
Professor D, From the look of it Goldie's rev limiter was not functioning and it could be that the very high gearing of his overdrive saved him from blowing-up.

107SS2009

March 19, 2015 12:06 PM

F1 » Sauber won’t be drawn into ‘mud fight’ with van der Garde


goldenoldie:
107SS2009: Goldie, I do miss a point from on your part, and will be more than happy to hear your argument/ation as to whom of the two parts lost the most as to what they were after. Straight answer please.
Thanks for reaction. I am not capable to give a perfect answer to your question. Will it depend from who´s point of view you are going to consider that? I have a tendency to think that for the majority of the audience meaning those not ditrectly involved in the case, will say that GvdG lost most and therefore sympathise with him. Giedo thinks he has lost most, the reason why he went after Sauber. Sauber got partially what they were after as I think they did not want to loose the cash they now have. Sauber has lost its good reputation but not the existence of their team. I think that the situation that Sauber is in, prevents them for giving the whole story, therefore the reaction from Sauber "not to throw with mud"at first sight seems


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