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April 01, 2014 7:25 AM

F1 » What we learned at the Malaysian Grand Prix

107SS2009: What I have learned is that Horner has eat his words back and decided that it’s for his team’s good to not argue with the ref of the game.
I've learned that the smart 'record' with a bus pass is clearly confused about what sport he is watching and is stuck ... is stuck ... is stuck ... is stuck ... is stuck ... on referees.
Full of S, Your latest contribution classifies me as “stuck” which means you are unstuck, that’s certainly very clever, prudent and above all intelligent of you!, a good argument yours! re the subject we were debating and of which you are refereeing too, am not surprised that’s about all you can come up with, I know such levels of intelligence when I see one.


April 01, 2014 6:39 PM

F1 » Horner hails ‘fantastic’ Ricciardo despite more bad luck

Richard, “do you believe RBR left the wheel nut loose?” actually RBR did not left the wheel nut loose, RBR UNDONE the wheel nut. There was nothing wrong with the car release system, the lights included. What happened was, the wheel went on ok, located ok, it was done-up ok (and that side gun signalled ok, and by that I mean the gun itself and not the gun man), from that point to when the car drove off the gun man felt that something wasn’t quite right, and in going to check and put an extra couple of turns into it the latch on the gun had switched back across (to undo) so he effectively undid it (the nut).


March 31, 2014 1:42 PM

F1 » The Bulls are coming – Hamilton

HRC, re the parts I mentioned and of which they seems to be a weak point according to their replacement frequency, it does not mean that any of the electric power is missing although you are right in saying that if any is missing it spells the need for more use of the IC power which in turn means more fuel use. As I said, I have my doubt as to what they have managed to get out of a unit of fuel from the ICE, a doubt reinforced by their need to use more fuel as explained. Another strange and interesting thing, FERRARI had the need to replace all spark plugs on both cars while in parc ferme, while Mercedes replaced rear brake discs and pads on both cars. as I mentioned elsewhere, a lot of parts were allowed to be replaced this time in parc freme.


April 01, 2014 7:00 AM

F1 » Ricciardo hit with 10 place grid penalty

Mintox, And what makes you think that all you attributed to me doesn’t apply to you and your likes such as the giveaway?. Keeping to the context of what I said, even if the right of everybody to have an opinion is first and foremost it is unbelievable for some to think of being clever/prudent and intelligent when they believe it is right to say that while a game is in progress one team is right to disregard requests/instructions from race control and play the game on his own terms, and also saying that using more fuel than permitted makes one more technically advanced. regardless of what the likes of you says or thinks I will stand whit what ALL I said.

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