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January 12, 2015 5:00 PM

F1 » Vettel ‘will bring things to Ferrari we rather he didn’t’

Why is Adrian Newey more concerned about what Vettel will take to FERRARI then about what Prodromou will take to mclaren?. Adrian Newey is one famous name in the circle of F1 most hypocrites people. Re the specifics of the car (design), one cannot compare what the driver and its actual designer can take with them to other teams. Mclaren, red bull and Williams are all ex Newey work places, and as such they all had a finger next to one of Newey in the “DIRTY” pie of F1 car rules infringements, rules infringements which Newey is as famous for as his aerodynamics capabilities.


January 13, 2015 4:29 PM

F1 » Ferrari: Engine development ‘first victory’

Taz: You know things are bad when finding a loophole in paper work is described as a victory. Clever lawyers triumph on this occasion rather than engineering.
******** and senseless that, you are forgetting conveniently or not that (A) nobody taught it possible at the time (B) Its not only a victory but a great one at that, as I said on here at the time, Jan 03 10.42am post 36 of 100 thread/page (Alonso the target if Lulu leaves) “FIRST DIRECT HIT BY MARLBORO MAN”. And as I said elsewhere, Yes, Mercedes can be caught, no doubt there, provided the rules allows others to catch them up, and that’s regardless the TOSH that was bended about regarding the false perceived advantages of their “miracle like” split turbo system.


January 13, 2015 9:01 AM

F1 » Vettel ‘will bring things to Ferrari we rather he didn’t’

Mercedes will be caught-up with, if Mercedes were so sure that others would not catch up, if they were sure of finding or having found the extra horsepower being bended about they wouldn’t have done those flip-backs re the PU unfreeze, they wouldn’t have acted like they did when it comes to the others being prevented from catching-up. And one last thing, I know that a lot of people were impressed and taken for the usual ride by some of the self appointed experts writing in the British media, but forget about the spit-turbo miracle, forget about Mercedes being able to use a bigger compressor that pumps more air and cooler air into the cylinders, technically speaking that was all tosh.


January 12, 2015 7:11 PM

F1 » 2015 F1 driver numbers

Taipan: Rob did you read about the "mega deal" on This Is F1 via GP Today? I read that article last night and it was so embarrassing that I was forced to reply to it. Sadly the ( 14 year old and completely retarded) author took the hump at my reply and deleted it. Here's some of the drivel from this "F1 journalist" "The 30-year-old multi-millionaire, who brilliantly clinched his second title with eleven wins this season, is the top target for Mercedes to re-sign on an extended deal." "They (Merc) are desperate to keep their golden boy" "They tried in vain to talk him into a new tie-up halfway through the season but Hammy refused to listen" "He is now grand prix racing’s hottest property and Mercedes boss Niki Lauda, his biggest fan" "Hamilton, who does his own deals..." I think RGT must have written it, he has been quiet recently, thankfully.[\blockquote ]I can only remember reading such “salivation at the mouth” from James Allen, and this peace is for sure “trespa


January 11, 2015 12:49 PM

F1 » Honda wants ‘fair competition’ in F1

StevoG, In 1968 I owned a S800, at that time the engine RPM possible on the road was unimaginable, later on I personally overhauled that beauty, I still remember the attention needed when lowering the build-up roller crankshaft complete with rods and pistons into the block. Someone I know (locally) a Honda fanatic have four of those S800’S plus he drives a S2000.

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