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107SS2009

July 06, 2015 9:33 PM

F1 » Susie to Toto: You think you can fool us?


mytyresaregoingoff: The point is that Toto admitted (bragged) that they did not intend to pit so the usual deniability went out of the window. As this is a safety rule it does not need reporting to the stewards. So why no sanction
Because there were no contravention of the rules, unless the wording of the rules are interpreted to suit your reasoning. the totonator is no fool, he wasn't going to say they were not intending to pit if there was going to be any contravention of the rules.

107SS2009

July 06, 2015 9:22 PM

F1 » Susie to Toto: You think you can fool us?


Barone:
107SS2009: It is specifically against the rules. But, if no one reports it and the Stewards don't see it - no harm, no foul...
That it is “specifically against the rules” is just a spin that you and your likes are parroting over here by means of the interpretations of the rules. As I said, a car/driver is always going to be on a lap with the possibility of doing a pit stop, with also the possibility of aborting that pit stop, a car/driver is also always with the possibility of an unannounced/un intended pit stop, both of which the rules permit. As to what Mansell said, these goings on/mind games or not the stewards of the race cannot miss, they take no action, never known of any that have been taken, because they are not against the rules, I do not know of such things that have ever been reported to the stewards.

107SS2009

July 06, 2015 6:04 PM

F1 » Susie to Toto: You think you can fool us?


Contrary to the impression/s that have been pushed about trying to fool a competitor with a dummy pit stop is not against the rules, mind games were always and still are a part of formula one racing, in fact this tactic has been going on for as far as I can remember, and I do not ever recon ever heard/read or seen a complaint to the stewards about it, or ever any action being taken by the stewards about dummy pit stops. The problem is not the mind games that are played in formula one, the problem is the minds manipulation by some sites of some but not all of those sheep like followers of such sites.

107SS2009

July 06, 2015 7:49 PM

F1 » Susie to Toto: You think you can fool us?


richard: sunny. yes it is against the rules, and even dc stated this. it was a done thing in the past, but about 7-8 years ago, a rule was brought in that a team could not bring out their pit crew until their car had started the lap that it was to pit. that is why there is a rush out when the car is just about to pit
The rule you talking about (23.11)- the exact wordings which are “ team personal are only allowed in the pit lane immediately before they are required to work on the car and must withdraw as soon as work is complete”. a car is always going to be on it having started the lap that it "was to pit", if the car, team/driver decides not to pit it is not against the rules, as much not being against the rules is the fact that a driver decides to dive into the pit without notice. As I said, mind games was always/still are and always will be part of the game, as for DC isn't he part of the famous speculation machine?

107SS2009

July 06, 2015 10:01 AM

F1 » Horner dismisses Aston Martin-Mercedes rumours


Yes as most things to do with formula 1 this Aston-martin infiniti like push being the new subject on here is and can only be regarded as just speculation up to now. The information as regards to this speculations I have posted on the Mercedes thread yesterday I did so only because the RBR/Mercedes engine subject came about, must also say that information is something that I have read about and been following since early 2014. What we know for sure up to this point regarding the RBR engine situation is (1) what was said by both Renault and RBR regarding their position in regards to one another (2) what the Marlboro man said regarding a supply of engines to RBR, (3) and what now the totonator have said about a supply of engines to RBR,

107SS2009

July 06, 2015 11:28 AM

F1 » Horner dismisses Aston Martin-Mercedes rumours


richard: well, something good is happening. kvyat showed yesterday , that the renault seems to have found some improvement somehow. either that, or rbr have really improved their chassis to try and negate the lack of power.
the only improvement Renault/RBR showed yesterday was that Kvyat was able to finish the race. The impressive Kvyat run at Bottas, taking 21 seconds out of Bottas time and that Bottas was lucky the flag came out when it did, was all down to Bottas driving in the wet.


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