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November 17, 2015 5:13 AM

F1 » Williams to appeal Massa DQ, believes FIA is wrong

Yes faulty equipment or regulating such equipment or use of such equipment can only belong to Williams. It was funny stretching/interpreting what I said to “that’s a lot of equipment that’s faulty”. If teams are found with a car tyre/tyres with pressure/s outside of what they should be for that particular track, they are given a chance to correct such tyre/s pressure/s. But why does people do not use common sense when saying things on here?. What TF does one except the FIA man who checked pressure and temperature at the five minutes signal and found the tyre to be at such high temperature to do, kneel down and blow on it to cool it?. As to faulty equipment, not long ago FERRARI was said to have over toasted a set of race tyres in their blankets.


November 17, 2015 5:34 AM

F1 » ‘Not the most exciting race’ for Ricciardo

richard: all teams suffered from the same tyre degrade, and rbr , like all other teams, had to switch to a 3 stopper. so to say it was the teams fault is silly. the only cars to stick with a 2 stopper were kimi and maldo. the 3 stopper seemed to work for kvyat, and he showed ricciardo how to drive, yet again. ricciardo must have been taking lessons from lulu....when you dont do well, blame the team.
To be fair Riccardo started way back but regardless, Kvyat has matched him of late. Ferrari have gone backwards since Seb joined...(cough) Another tough year ahead for Red Bull.
How have Ferrari gone backwards exactly? Vettel has helped move them forward, Ferrari were struggling and falling into midfield when Alonso was there.
Could be Taz was smoking/sniffing or drinking some new stuff .


November 17, 2015 10:46 AM

F1 » Mercedes hints it will discuss engine price ‘compromise’

The technical requirements of the FIA/Bernie RBR pushed cheap and uncomplicated alternative engine call for expressions of interest is not a call for tender. Technical requirements, 2.5 litre or less turbo v6, with output greater than 640kw which may be detuned to 530kw, total weight less than 135kg, with FIA imposed limit of RPM and engine durability or fuel flow, no hybrid power, hydraulics same for all teams supplied, must be compatible with FIA standard ECU and data logger, manufacturer will be sole supplier, with freedom around number of turbos (1 or 2), boost pressure imposed by FIA, WITH FRRDOM OF EXHUST SYSTEM, supplier must provide 5 personnel per team support. There is no way for these engines with specification tailor made for Illmor/RBR WITH POSSIBLE RETURN TO EBD to be on the grid in 1017, this entire FIA/Bernie/RBR pushed process is more of a threat than a real alternative.


November 17, 2015 12:01 PM

F1 » Mercedes hints it will discuss engine price ‘compromise’

My opinion only, There is no way for these engines with the specification tailor made for the Illmor/RBR with the possible return of EBD to be on the grid in 2017. The fuel flow and RPM will be automatically under the control of the FIA by means of controlling the turbo boost. Again in my opinion, Mario Illien would want this thing to be his, but his pockets are not deep for the job, While RBR will be taking advantage of Illien's situation.

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