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107SS2009

January 29, 2016 6:23 PM

F1 » Magnussen closes on Maldonado Renault seat


MattShctick: I always thought K Mag was good enough to keep a seat in F1 and was unfortunate the way events unfolded. On a different topic: CRASH why do I now have an unremoveable advertising banner across the bottom of every screen? The bit with actual motorsport news is getting smaller and smaller and according to my malware detector some of your sidelinks contain malware.
CRASHNET was hit by the latest bout of influenza on Monday 25th “remote server returned an error”, to this day the 29th only partial fixes has been managed, which in turn resulted in the on screen advert at lower side of screen with some other side effects, such as number of posts not corresponding on what is shown on screen. What I cannot understand is, why does it take so long to fix this site.

107SS2009

January 28, 2016 9:39 PM

F1 » ‘Trouble ahead’ as Ecclestone warns manufacturers


Taz: Off topic but Chrashtor is out and K Mag is in apparently. Crash barriers all over the world are hastily arranging a mass celebration!
And the mostly British formula one press and their Lulu fanatics are now in a state of euphoria, since Belgium 2011 they never forgave Pastor for standing-up to Lulu’s bullying tactics on track, up to that incident Pastor and his oil money were ok and no problem as long as they were going into the pockets of a British F1 team.

107SS2009

January 30, 2016 12:00 PM

F1 » F1 future on the agenda at key team meeting


As regards the aero changes being pushed forward for 2017, my last reading of the situation was 8 teams were against and three in favour to the changes as being proposed, the problems arguments against are, the estimated extra 300kg of downforce, an increase of 25% on what they have today, will result in the same increase of difficultly for a car to follow another, or putting it the other way round, the car following another will lose that much more in downforce, the more downforce they add to the car, the harder it will be for a car to follow another. Anyhow, most probable results will be these new regs being “polished”.

107SS2009

January 30, 2016 8:17 AM

F1 » Marko wants Renault to prioritise Red Bull over own team


Wolfy35: Of course Renault are going to give a team that wanted to ditch Renault altogether but ended up negotiating a deal where they purchase unbranded engines and deal with all development themselves while putting a sponsors name on them priority.... Have a reality break Helmut you are out of the Renault development loop now you just buy engines and look after them yourself.
Wolfy, Yesterday I made the mistake of mentioning website detail and name of article writer in my answer to you, so my post was removed as per this site Policy, so apologises to CRASHNET moderator, MY MISTAKE. But here is my answer to your assumption that "they purchase engines and deal with all development" that is a no go, they RBR will not be able to touch those engines, regardless the stickers they stick on them.

107SS2009

January 30, 2016 8:02 AM

F1 » Marko wants Renault to prioritise Red Bull over own team


benignlyindifferent:
107SS2009: I do not know what "a helluva" of a watch sticker it is, what I know is that this "helluva" of a watch sticker replaced a sticker one year short of contract duration which was worth "US$ 70 million annually, pocketing RBR US$ 280 million between 2011 and 2015,
It was sarcasm on my part, essentially agreeing with you that they are the victims of their own circumstances, and no matter how great the brand of watch, it will do little for their performance.
beningnly, I had no doubt about your intentions (post) and thanks for agreeing and your explanation, also thanks for the "carry-over" of the post, this was the second time I was regarded as "attacking a team", well it is the moderator's prerogative of which we all on here agreed too, even if all I said were facts which can be checked-up.

107SS2009

January 28, 2016 12:35 PM

F1 » Ecclestone sides with drivers over ‘flat out tyres' push


Mario Isola (Pirelli), “If we have to produce tyres degradation we focus on that, If we have to produce long lasting tyres, we focus on that, we only does what F1 asks us to do” (note here, IT IS F1 WHO ASKS AND NOT THE FIA, “The heavy degradation era was prompted and has always been staunchly defended by Bernie as being good for the show”.


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