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107SS2009

September 07, 2014 6:32 AM

F1 » Hamilton beats Rosberg to pole at Monza


“sky are doing a fantastic job, Kravitz gets all the gossip on the grid before other networks and is good with the technical side”. At sky they are all racing each other to feed gossip to their listeners and when they don’t find any they will race each other with their own gossip to feed their listeners, plus to that they all have their own individual bias which they as broadcasters does not hide. Kravitz is really good at technicalities, his best was “these new PU’S (ENGINES) being direct injection they don’t use spark plugs”. As I always say, I truly pity those that has to depend on sky reporting to form their own opinion, the trouble is they than come spill that crap on here.

107SS2009

September 07, 2014 7:06 AM

F1 » Rosberg: FP3 problems didn’t cost me pole


ProfessorX: @Sunny. Dude, I don't think you have the slightest clue, and I have a small inkling. You can learn a lot from data and a particular setup, enough even to transpose to a different kind of setup. If FP2 was about longer runs, Lewis Hamilton's side of the garage would be remiss if they didn't try to learn from the data collected from Nico's car.
Professor, At my advanced age I am still learning and even if I was a professor I would still be learning, in my time I have been around a lot of professors some of whom are so highly learned that they just doesn’t know what they are talking about when they open their mouth. Anyhow as I said both Lulu and Rosberg are using a different level of down force and as I said earlier Lulu reverted back to the SPA PU from the Hungary one which gave starting problems.


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