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107SS2009

March 03, 2015 1:08 PM

F1 » Fernando Alonso to miss Australian Grand Prix


goldenoldie: Which brings me back to my previous theory. - Initially no concussion sustained. - Seb saying he was not going that fast and afterwards that he might have been mistaken- No mechanical problems according to the statement of McLaren.- Now doctors want to avoid a second concussion?- Fernando doesn't remember anything at all from the crash.- The strange tyremarks going abruptly towards the iside of the corner.So why disagree with the fact that he might have lost concious prior to the crash due to an unexplained medical reason!Of course the drivers are thoroughly checked, but there is still the possibilty of a malfunction of the body that caused it. I am not saying that this is the reason of the accident, but it could be plausible.
“plausible” is certainly suggesting it can be it, but at least you are not sure like the one at the top of the page sounding so sure of “electrocution”.

107SS2009

March 03, 2015 11:17 AM

F1 » FIA formalises ban on helmet design changes


Fullofit: @ Seakay Think on this ... At any given stage there are how many 'Red Bull" helmets around in competitive motorsport? How is that a drivers "identity'? & the FIA's sparkling new rule doesn't solve the problem they say it's there to solve. What if all the drivers decide on a silver helmet with varying degree of trim? From trackside you wont be able to tell the difference. What will the FIA do next ... prescribe colours and designs per driver? & finally ... most of the one off / limited edition helmets went to charity auctions. Does the FIA really need to be taking food aid away from children, or AIDS meds away from sick in rural areas?
Me thinks that’s a tad melodramatic!

107SS2009

March 03, 2015 8:48 AM

F1 » Barcelona (2) - F1 test results [Combined]


Mojo Jojo: 4. Massa 1m 23.500 5. Raikkonen 1m 23.276 6. Vettel 1m23.469 Is it Massa's position or is it his time that's wrong?
Mojo, Goes to show why I always advise others to sieve carefully what they read before forming their opinion. Apart from genuine mistakes prejudices conflicts are also a possibility. One example is Alonso who even so is said he is the best F1 driver on the grid, he is to this day only spoken off negatively by a section of the press ever since he replaced Button at Benetton. for accurate and interesting stats about all testing done, I recommend visiting "pitpass com test mileage stats".


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