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107SS2009

October 11, 2014 8:29 AM

F1 » FIA to meet F1 teams to discuss Japan


Most of the things that happen in F1 are as a consequence of the power of money, he who pays the piper believes he has a divine right to intervene in anything that he believes will affect his money making machine, the policing of the rules are one such thing that are effected, a recent example is the enforcement of track limits and the subsequent slackening of such enforcement, not only is the speed drop mandated for double yellow flags too high, but I don’t remember them being policed or a penalty being given. There is nothing wrong with safety car or lack of it, nor with the flags system nor with tractors retrieving cars and nor with the rules, what is wrong is with the lack of enforcement of the rules which leads to rules being abused while both eyes are FORCED shut by some forces in F1.

107SS2009

October 11, 2014 7:51 AM

F1 » FIA: ‘Nothing could have been done better’ post-crash


Mark, “The agree/disagree facility” CRASH NET started disabling the facility after the shear stomach churning abuse of the Schumacher well-wishers posts, it must have downed on them that the quality of this site had dived right inside the most stinking pit ever seen of all the FI sites, I have long campaigned for CRASH NET to do away with this facility, what is sure is this facility do produce more hits than dialogue (posts) and it seems that is what counts to CRASH NET.

107SS2009

October 11, 2014 7:27 AM

F1 » FIA: ‘Nothing could have been done better’ post-crash


Fatgser1, Notwithstanding the fact that all on here has excepted/agreed the site terms and conditions and so the rights of the site moderation there is something wrong going on in managing the site which is more damaging to the site then the contributors, I am no internet expert but while there might be automatic programs which automatically deletes/rearrange a set of what is termed offensive words unless there is some technical problems with the site I don’t believe that deleting/removing a post is automatically programmed, if that is the case some of the posts which has been deleted/removed is a clear abuse of the powers given to the moderator, what happened at least lately to you, me. Here4thesun2, Rob and Mark to name a few was clear abuse of power, that is no way to moderate, the consequences for me of saying all this does not matter to me, I have been in contact with the management over this damaging practice to CRASH NET.

107SS2009

October 08, 2014 10:19 PM

F1 » Bianchi 'critical but stable' after crash


Taipan, I never has considered you having turned into a “retard”, While you/”we” understands the rules, you still chose to argue said rules from on soft sand, While you don’t believe the flags had any bearing on the accident, you still question the green flag a “metre” away being turned into a dangerous situation into a perfectly safe one. If I had any unwillingness to listen to your opinion, I wouldn’t have answered. And as to what you term/consider “rudeness”, Tomorrow I am being hospitalised for two/three days, nothing big with this, I will do my best to keep-up with you lot from out there, the doctor told me he can only repair me but not change me, so God willing be prepared for more of the same from this end.

107SS2009

October 08, 2014 8:15 PM

F1 » Bianchi 'critical but stable' after crash


Mark, Apart from manual flagging plus flashing lights around the track denoting track situation at no less than twenty points around the track, each F1 car have a standard special display in each drivers cockpit, known as a GPS marshalling system which lights-up with the relevant flag colour as the driver passes the effected section of track. This is “massages” from race control. And some on here still wants race control to physically control the speed of the cars, why not drive the cars by remote control which will completely eliminate driver abuse of the rules and driver injury.

107SS2009

October 08, 2014 7:19 PM

F1 » Bianchi 'critical but stable' after crash


This is my last attempt at those standing on extremely soft sand in trying to explain things with solid facts as happened at Suzuka, but it is in no way directed at our friend ROB, he needs take no notice of it as I am sure that at the moment what is right or wrong doesn’t interest him. While Adrian Sutil’s Sauber was being removed/retrieved from the scene the flag man at post 12 in the tower was waving double yellows, when the tractor with the Sauber revered in front of him/his tower (it was only a few metres) he changed flags to green because the sector for which he was responsible had became free of any danger and so the flagging was correct. The video posted of the crash shows a clear yellow light indicating the caution sector where the accident happened, and also a green light at the end of that sector.


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