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107SS2009

January 08, 2015 7:46 PM

F1 » Alonso ‘more adaptive’ than Raikkonen – Fry


Taipan:
ProfessorX: I think you will notice that the last two people Ferrari have hired are former world champions. I think that says a lot about the guys on top being ultra conservative and appealing to people's perceptions rather than really looking for someone who can deliver.
So if you want someone to deliver don't sign a World Champion, that's the advice from Professor Plum! You really are troubled PCX.
Taipan, Just in case you have missed it, He is as nutty as a fruit cake.

107SS2009

January 08, 2015 6:30 PM

F1 » Honda wants ‘fair competition’ in F1


Development of a 2014 PU is not forced onto the manufacturers, but developments of said PU’S are restricted to the rules of 32 tokens during their second season, as such a 2014 homologated PU is automatically already homologated. A car (chassis and PU) have to be homologated to be allowed on the grid. Chassis development is allowed after homologation within the rules. PU development was not allowed (frozen) after homologation for the duration of the first season. The prospects of mclaren/Honda opting to lodge a protest about rival teams is very unlikely.

107SS2009

January 08, 2015 6:59 PM

F1 » Honda wants ‘fair competition’ in F1


Honda were free and unrestricted in developing their PU while the others development were frozen. If they are allowed the 32 tokens development after their fist homologation they would in effect be given two development windows against the others allowed one development window. As I understand it, Honda will be allowed their 32 token development on their second season as against the others then being allowed their 25 tokens as per the rules.

107SS2009

January 08, 2015 8:53 AM

F1 » Honda wants ‘fair competition’ in F1


Sasha Alexandrovich: @107SS2009 it was on Auto und Motorsport germany way before judge13 that McLaren has plans to protest any car without a homologated 2015 engine en according to lawyers might have a good case.
Yes you are correct I had read them way before Rob alerted me to the judge site, you may ask why I asked Rob for a good source then, well it was because my personal calculations were, although everything is possible in F1, mclaren/Honda had very little if any chance of success with their protest, remember that lawyers that calculates that their fee will not be a problem will always say to a client that he have a good case, having said all that good luck to them.


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