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107SS2009

January 15, 2016 9:16 PM

F1 » Todt urges ‘sense’ as engine proposal deadline passes


Totd has made clear that he cannot go beyond certain boundaries, saying “we have governance, so if we do something that is unacceptable by a third party than we would be sued” “Bernie is the commercial rights holder, I am the president of one organisation that regulates and legislates, so I am taking my full responsibility” also and contrary to what Bernie/rbr has been saying/pushing forward, he said that there was never any problem with the power unit specification as is.

107SS2009

January 15, 2016 5:25 PM

F1 » FIA confirms refuelling could return to F1


George Zaidan: Refueling was banned not just because of cost but mostly because of safety concerns. There is no need to bring refueling back, racing should not depend on the pit strategy. Remove all restrictions on fuel flow and let the drivers race as fast as they want, let them regulate how much allocated fuel they use per lap if they run out they are out of the race simple as that.
George, removing restrictions on fuel flow will render the propose and meaning of the present engine formula useless.

107SS2009

January 15, 2016 9:55 PM

F1 » FIA confirms refuelling could return to F1


Yossarian:
107SS2009:
Yossarian: Not only can they carry enough fuel they could easily make tyres to last the race, Pit stops add nothing to the race but a sloppy stop can totally ruin it.
That (tyre) is one other thing that should be addressed to Bernie.
As it says in the article refuelling and so pitstops in general are for "the show" not the racing.
That is exactly what Bernie and those that pretend to be following the sports are interested in, and not the racing. just notice the arguments mixing/confusing refuelling pit stops with fuel flow and fuel load restriction rules.

107SS2009

January 15, 2016 7:15 PM

F1 » FIA confirms refuelling could return to F1


Yossarian:
107SS2009: Reading some of these posts on here goes to show that there is very little if any understanding of the meaning/intentions of the fuel flow/rpm restrictions designed into this engine formula.
That's true but it's really because most people simply don't care. They just like to watch the top cars race.
Those and anybody that don't care shouldn't be watching/following the racing or be on here discussing all this. if these type of people watch they will see that the top cars are in fact racing each other.

107SS2009

January 15, 2016 7:08 PM

F1 » FIA confirms refuelling could return to F1


Max fuel flow rate at max rpm restriction and max fuel load permitted cannot be separated, one without the other, the system/meaning/intensions will not work as intended, in short, one without the other, the system will be rendered useless/meaningless as far as the intentions of the new engine formula goes. One can say he doesn’t agree with the new engine formula, I was one that didn’t when it was being proposed, but the set of rules regarding this engine formula are designed such that they are what closes the end of the circle called the new engine formula, if the whole technical process is not understood, it is useless and meaningless saying/suggesting to remove this and or add that.


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