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August 19, 2015 8:11 PM

F1 » Ferrari confirms Kimi Raikkonen for 2016

richard: i will disagree with ty and sunny on this one. kimi has suffered some bad luck this year, some of his own making, but that does not mean that he has lost the plot. when running properly he has shown himself to be almost as quick as seb. it was pretty obvious that kimi would be kept on for 2016 and then he would fully retire at the end of the season. by which time some of the new youngsters should have proved if they were consistently good. as regards matt2 comment...pullrod suspension has its benefits, and the car is certainly not suffering for using it. so why change?
Richard, Results is what counts, a driver with bad luck is no good for a team. As regards pull rod suspension, for FERRARI to have used it and retained it, it means FERRARI believes it has more benefits than a push rod type.


August 19, 2015 6:13 PM

F1 » Ferrari confirms Kimi Raikkonen for 2016

Although as was the case with Tiapan I too was surprised that FERRARI retained Kimi, their decision only means that they believed they had no better Alternative for Kimi for the time being (next year), regardless of what others may think, in short FERRARI must have believed that Bottas, Riccardo, hulkenberg and Verstappen all of whom all were being pushed at their door by the usual F1 media were not potential alternatives for next year. He who pays the piper is what counts.


August 19, 2015 5:09 PM

F1 » Rosberg: It’s all still to play for...

richard: ilione. ty is spot on with his comments. seeing as it was only 8 years ago that heiki was told to let lulu through, you must not have been following f1 for very long. oh, and by the way, nico has had to accede on at least 3 occasions, as well as not being allowed to pass lulu when he was faster.
direct me to source please , and I don't mean Taipan says. Not that I doubt what Taipan is saying but he could be mistaken.
Taipan is as he usually is when quoting formula 1 history, spot-on.


August 19, 2015 9:12 AM

F1 » Honda prepares update but braces for penalties

Keith Goodyear:
btr100: Elswhere I read that with this update Honda is aiming to match the power output of the Ferrari engine, allegedly most powerful (with Mercedes) engine on the grid. They seem to have a habit of aiming too high, these Honda people, don't you think? :)
You can never aim too high[\blockquote Wise people tend not to shout out laud about how high they aim, because they know too well that the higher you aim the harder it can drop down right on your face. Looks like Arai and Abitebeul has been petting each other on the back lately.

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