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October 20, 2014 2:45 PM

F1 » F1: Force India retains Hulkenberg for 2015

It is not only the Mexicans pushing for things in formula 1, the latest says that Wei Di the director of the automobile and motorcycling administration centre, part of the country’s general administration of sports of China that a Chinese group is biding to acquire a formula 1 team and that in the next one to two years, China will have its own F1 team. Further hot news out are that while FERRARI has been running the as permitted 500bar pressure direct injection all year both Mercedes and Renault are using a 250bar pressure system, and that Mercedes intends to upgrade to 500bar next year, which will cost 60% of the 48 tokens allowed, this will leave them 16 tokens for other changes.


October 20, 2014 2:58 PM

F1 » Button thanks fans for support over F1 future

It is correct and true that Toto said that contract talks with Lulu had been put on hold not to disrupt the concentration on the championship, but it is also a fact and true that in the same weekend Lulu said that there was nothing on hold from on his part. As I said, Mercedes had talks with Alonso, why would they? Does anybody doubt that those talks will be used as a leverage by Mercedes with Lulu?.


October 20, 2014 8:05 PM

F1 » Button thanks fans for support over F1 future

jesse: The funny part is that the same people want the engine freeze rule to be scraped. What's going on?
So Mercedes gets it right for the first race of 2014 season, and that means that they deserve to hold that advantage, while not allowing any other teams to close in or even surpass them, are the people that are supporting Mercedes, and it’s customers that voted against the unfreeze sniffing glue? So it is bad/very bad of me to get Lulu into this even so one cannot separate him from the Alonso/Vettel/Button subject, but it is OK for these on here clowns to get the Mercedes engine freeze subject into this.


October 20, 2014 2:26 PM

F1 » F1: In memory of ... The Caesars Palace Grand Prix

If BE was not willing to compromise on a brilliant track plan in New Jersey why would he in Vegas? It is a market that is about 10% the size of New York. Remember that this story came about by way of media who print whatever BE wants them to print for fear of losing the access they currently get. Bernie has always known how to play suckers and he is doing just that.

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