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107SS2009

April 02, 2015 10:17 AM

F1 » Lauda says Mercedes loss will ring alarm bells


mytyresaregoingoff: 107 Please read and understand My comments were about "Alarm Bells" ringing at Mercedes after a loss to Ferrari. not about what happened last year. Having read and understood your posting If you changed "fell into the trap" for something like "were forced into the strategic decision" Then I agree 100%
I not only do not find any objection to the changes you mentioned, but will even admit that you are most probably right (language wise), so help yourself to better understand me.

107SS2009

April 01, 2015 8:54 PM

F1 » Hamilton: What is Alonso thinking?


This piece of information which is off topic on this thread but might interest some. With Honda experiencing severe problems with their new F1 technology the call has been made for the legendary Osamu Goto to return to his old home and work alongside Yasuhisa Arai. Osamu Goto is the man under who’s direction Honda re wrote what was possible with engine technology and literally tore the Europeans apart with successive constructor crowns from 1986 to 1991.

107SS2009

April 02, 2015 8:51 AM

F1 » Hamilton: What is Alonso thinking?


Mrfill, “I wonder how much use 25-30year old technical knowledge would be”. str8-2-d-point, the likes of “you/your” experience would never even get anywhere near to start to understand the use such great experience could make/contribute to an engine set-up facility. Here we are talking about what many people in the know regard as a legend where formula one engines are concerned. Present day F1 engine facilities set-up are 98% computer boffins. 1% equipment/machinery and the all important 1% direction/steering/navigating/man on the tiller, unless the last 1% have the necessary experience the end results will be as per Renault and now Honda who are for sure not short of or lack the other 99%. The trouble on a forum like this is not you expressing your opinion, but the wrong influence you might have impressed on others reading you.

107SS2009

April 01, 2015 8:40 PM

F1 » Hamilton: What is Alonso thinking?


Mr Jones, You are 78 days old with a registered mileage of 296 which means 3.79 per day and it is clear that you are not bedded-in yet, that I consider a longish running-in period. Just read and digest carefully what George said, I will add to what George said, there are two kinds of posters on this forum. Those that are ball-less which when they disagree with what you says but have no answer expresses themselves by the disagree button, and the others that when they disagree with what you say they have balls and answer you. Anyhow my added advice to that of George is, keep a steady keel on whichever is your preferred way, be prepared to give as much as you take and just ignore those that are ball less.

107SS2009

April 02, 2015 9:30 AM

F1 » Hamilton: What is Alonso thinking?


Googol, while I for one can see and appreciate your “leg-pulling” (something both good and needed from time ton time over here) experience on here leads me to fully understand Richard and the “Panda example”. What we F1 followers know of the top three is, Alonso was approached and offered a seat by RBR before they got vettel and he declined. Kimi was approached and offered a seat by FERRARI and he obliged. Alonso was approached and offered a seat by FERRARI and he obliged. Vettel was recommended to Ferrari and they made contact with him for a future seat, they recently persuaded him, Alonso was approached by Honda offering him a seat and he obliged. Lulu approached both RBR and FERRARI for a seat and they both declined. Lulu was approached by Lauda and offered a seat at Mercedes and he obliged. An approach/contact can be made in many a way, one of them is approaching someone by buying one of his products!

107SS2009

April 01, 2015 8:57 PM

F1 » Hamilton: What is Alonso thinking?


richard:
MrJones85: Why wouldn't Merc let him? I think Hamilton like a lot of these rich guys collect cars. They just love having these toys.
contracts! when you sign with a manufacturers team, you are required to drive their cars. in fact the drivers are given their top car by the team. for instance, when seb was with rbr, he had to drive an infiniti. when lulu was with macca, he had to drive either a mclaren or a merc and so on
When Vettel was driving for RBR, he bought a FERRARI but kept it secret, the reason is exactly what Richard says.

107SS2009

April 02, 2015 10:08 AM

F1 » Hamilton: What is Alonso thinking?


buzzinhornet: I came here and left my anorak at pf1forum! These forums were once great but now over modded ,in our pc ,h.s claim nation world in witch we live ,I've taken my pinch of salt ,think it's time some of you lot did the same ,ronan Keating I think said it best "it only words ......:)
Although 10 days with an average mileage of 5.1 per day old welcome to CRASH NET, you have left your anorak at one of the Lulu fan clubs which has realised what 247 went through and that is why they are now attempting to heavily moderate, most probably you have entered the wrong door, but all the same WELCOME but don’t harbour any thoughts about turning this place into the likes of PF1.

107SS2009

April 02, 2015 6:52 AM

F1 » Lauda says Mercedes loss will ring alarm bells


It should also be noted and understood that regardless of what the rules says (what the spirit of the rules are) and this is something that all three (now four) not only know but admit and given the chance will grab the opportunity with both hands to make use of, the FIA reliability/cost derogation is and can be made use of to gain advantages and or to eliminate power deficits.

107SS2009

April 02, 2015 6:41 AM

F1 » Lauda says Mercedes loss will ring alarm bells


The above two friends should read and understand, Regardless of the dominance shown last year alarm bells did rang at Mercedes last year to the extent that they fell into the trap to having to spend the majority of their allocated tokens for 2015 (most used number of tokens of all three) in an effort to eliminate reliability problems instead of developing the power output of their PU, this came about because unlike the other two who came out with a mediocre PU and so had much less secrets of design to hide and could therefore make use of the FIA “reliability derogation” Mercedes could not afford to do the same and give away some of their dominant secrets. The end result and contrary to what the self appointed media experts feeds most of the minds on here is, the Mercedes PU106B is the least developed power output wise this year (gained the least power this year while using the most tokens) and that includes even what Renault have gained, regardless of their reliability problems.


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