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107SS2009

February 17, 2015 11:40 AM

F1 » The future of F1: HAVE YOUR SAY


izybluffen: 1- Remove Bernie and CVC - easier said than done. Teams should be equal major sharholders so more money flows to teams and helps the smaller teams exist. 2- Lower aero and move to ground effects so there is still lots of downforce but cars can follow closely, then remove DRS. 3- Have twin turbo and have 2 mgu-h's and remove the mgu-k so drivers can brake normally again without balance probs. Also allow more fuel flow. 4- Ban hand clutches and multi bite points - Foot clutch only with 1 bite point with anti-stall. Cant decide whether to keep paddle shift or go to stick. 5- Remove rubbish circuits 6- Thats it so far might add more later.[\blockquote Removing the MGU-K and have two MGU-H?

107SS2009

February 18, 2015 8:22 AM

F1 » The future of F1: HAVE YOUR SAY


OldGuss, As is usual a lot of people jumped into this thread head first with anything imaginable, from on the cars being it technical, aero or fuel, also tracks, races, ticket prizes TV and what not, your post speaks mostly of greed which is the main cause of the problem, but you stopped short of the finishing line which will solve all the problems the sports is going through. Go read mine and Rob’s posts and it will lead you to that finishing line that will solve all the F1 problems. Those two posts got the usual flagging dawn by those that pretend/believe they follow the sports and in turn believes they are smart/wise and understand the sports but all that comes out of them is mostly small and useless talk and ideas.

107SS2009

February 18, 2015 7:45 AM

F1 » The future of F1: HAVE YOUR SAY


izybluffen:
107SS2009: Removing the MGU-K and have two MGU-H?
Sunny, I mean no harvesting from the mgu-k, it still obviously needs to be there to deliver stored energy. See how many braking issues it causes with drivers having to use more rear balance so they cant brake as hard. Mgu-h harvesting is unlimited so two of them should in theory provide enough energy for the lap. Correct me if I'm wrong yeah ?
Just one more note/correction if you don't mind, "see how many braking issues it causes with drivers having to use (more rear balance) so they can brake hard". With the arrival of brake-by-wire the only thing the driver now controls is (the pressure applied to the front brakes, the rear brakes being BBW. The driver cannot control brake pressure being plus or minus to the rear brakes unless the system goes on fail-safe manual mode

107SS2009

February 16, 2015 9:09 PM

F1 » McLaren-Honda gets mileage in Barcelona


I maintain that in my opinion Rob is/was fundamentally right, the tightness in regard the packaging is a trademark of Red Bull cars and it certainly looks like the trend migrated to mclaren as Dennis himself has admitted and as Honda has claimed. this is something that Red Bull is still suffering with to this present day, one needs onlt read the latest from Renault re the RBR problems in Jerez. Anyhow, on the other side of the fence it is starting to emerge (reading between the lines of what both Rami Tafin and Cyril Abiteboul told autosports) that “More trouble is brewing between Renault and RBR after the kicking last year Renault got from Horner and Red Bull, all this might well result in Williams favour after 2016 when the RBR/Renault supply contract ends, Williams might by then relies that what Dennis said “it is not possible to win races let alone a championship being a PU customer team” holds true.

107SS2009

February 17, 2015 8:59 PM

F1 » The future of F1: HAVE YOUR SAY


ProfessorDave:
rob01: Get rid of Bernie is the answer. There are sponsors and potential teams not entering F1 due to his presence. Paying 100 million not to go to jail eliminates a large group of entities with deep pockets from joining due to ethic rules in their companies. The other half of the cancer must go.
How about some positive suggestions from you on how Formula One can be changed to make it more exciting?
Getting rid of the onehalfcancer left in F1 is the most positive suggestion there can be.


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