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107SS2009

January 07, 2015 10:05 AM

F1 » Honda wants ‘fair competition’ in F1


Grantrd, does the following qualifies me as one of the anti Japanese/Honda/mclaren brigade on this website?.or will it qualifies you as a Japanese/Honda/mckaren fanboy? With the advent of the new PU formula Mercedes, FERRARI and Renault were obliged to homologate their PU by February 2014 and that locked any development by them for the duration of the 2014 season, while Honda had chosen to enter their PU one year later, during 2014 while Mercedes, FERRARI and Renault were learning their lessons to implement for 2015 because their 2014 development was frozen a lot of Honda supports were saying that Honda would have learned a lot from the others mistakes and so will be able to produce a (Mercedes beater), that is exactly why it would be fair and equitable to ask Honda (a new manufacturer) to have their new PU homologated by February 2015 and be considered as having made use of the 32 tokens which the other teams had to wait a whole year for.

107SS2009

January 07, 2015 5:30 PM

F1 » Honda wants ‘fair competition’ in F1


On this thread there is some incredibly absurd/senseless/illogical contrary to all reason of common sense/laughably foolish or false argument expressed. The term/word “hatred/hate” is most popularly used by some “unwashedoneeyedfanboysofaparticulardriver” on here that comes on this forum arguing subjects with no answers to those expressed by others. While it is true that nobody’s sayings on this forum should be forced on others as gospel, those first in line with their input to this forum out to be those expressing such terms/words as "gospel". Mercedes were not fighting to change the rules to protect their advantage they were fighting to uphold the rules to protect their advantage. “anyone of the manufacturer would fight to protect their advantage” does that mean what Mercedes is doing is right?. while it is true to be the spice man was the biggest screamer about the tyres, the tyres were changed as a result of spectacular blow-outs caused by misuse/abuse by teams. In previous eras of

107SS2009

January 07, 2015 7:28 PM

F1 » Honda wants ‘fair competition’ in F1


rob01:
107SS2009:
rob01: Honda may get their wish as McLaren could protest every race where teams have gone outside of the technical agreement on engine homologation. The FIA has agreed to rethink letting Honda doing the same as the others for 2015.
Any good source for the "FIA RETHINK"?.
The judge 13 but multiple sites reporting. Doesn't look good for Honda though.
Very unlikely.

107SS2009

January 07, 2015 10:32 AM

F1 » Honda wants ‘fair competition’ in F1


Stuey99:
richard:
Zizzu10: Waiting for the lets blame Mercedes bandwagon to join the conversation
just to keep you happy, i will blame mercedes! there was a chance that the rules could me altered to allow others to catch up, but merc vetoed it! so yes, it is right to blame merc for this mess!
By why would Merc vote to allow this? They've done the best job by far - so why vote to change the rules to hinder themselves? It's a business for them not a sport.
The proper way to have put-it/express-it would have been (why would Mercedes vote to let others catch-up and be able to give them any competition when they could race on their own?).


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