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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.

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 08, 2015 7:56 AM

F1 » Lauda urges caution over F1 power units


Why do some people that follow or pretend to be following F1 racing keep comparing previous dominant eras with the 2014 Mercedes dominance, they sounds so “Dilettante” in what they follow, why don’t such people name just one dominant era where there was a rule preventing those being behind from catching-up/from being competitive, which is exactly what Mercedes was fighting to preserve. I was and still am one that did not/do not like the new PU formula, this new formula was voted and or forced into F1, that is what we have now, I do not think it will be right to change this formula before it runs its course, what I believe in is, in its course the new PU formula development should be free until the formula runs its course, that’s what competition is all about.

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 08, 2015 6:48 AM

F1 » Honda wants ‘fair competition’ in F1


richard:
ProfessorX: I have no sympathy for Honda, they had a whole extra year to homologate something that is competitive. If HRC had bothered to homologate an engine last year, they would probably be in the same boat as the others, but it appears Honda have been sitting on their honchos.
nutty. still not recovered?? how many years were merc , renault and renault , developing their engines? now, how many years have honda spent? there is a difference of at least two years, or did you expect honda to work twice as fast as merc etc? [\blockquote Richard, As nutty as a fruit cake!


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