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107SS2009

July 01, 2015 7:21 PM

F1 » Horner demands progress ahead of crunch Strategy Group meeting


There is this new trend of everybodyandhisdog pushing out opinion about what is wrong with F1, but few point out that F1 remain sound, F1 is not going to die overnight, the problem it is being said at the moment is races are too predictable, but this does not make F1 crap it is said to be, one cannot blame Mercedes for doing a better job than the others, one have to blame the others for not doing a better job and neither blame the rules they all on the grid are p[art off, the problem will not be solved by changing the rules, the problem will be solved by giving a chance to the formula to mature. The priorities for a change should be back to affordable admittance tickets, back to free to air TV, better and fair distribution of money, trying to hide these things is tantamount to wallpapering over cracked walls, but I honestly don’t think these things can be fixed as long as theonehalfcancer of F1 is still around. As to the spice man/RBR they can easly be managed, if they don’t like it th

107SS2009

July 01, 2015 11:37 AM

F1 » Horner demands progress ahead of crunch Strategy Group meeting


JACKBEE: sunny......I don't know how you do it, but you have always got your ear to the ground, and I'm convinced you are a secret agent! But who is the other protagonist?
Certainly doesn’t take any doctorate ship in F1 wizarding to know, read my post about the actual three that are frantically pushing this latest trend in negativity and as to why. Of course one will than need to follow F1 matters without letting the usual well known half a dozen accredited F1 site forcing down your throat the agenda of those three concerned.

107SS2009

July 02, 2015 9:04 AM

F1 » Horner demands progress ahead of crunch Strategy Group meeting


"The fans need to make their true voice heard (there wallet)". The latest fans survey (drivers survey), average age was said to have been 37, suggestions for changes was said to have surpassed the number of those that participated, meanwhile CVC, Bernard and Todd said they are 100% convinced that the sports will continue as they want it too and that the result of the survey won’t make a blind bit of difference, though they thanked the fans for their interest and “money”. Two wise men once told me, one that “the braying of a donkey has never Reached-up to heavens” and the other added “because teaching some particular persons is like pinching a donkey”.

107SS2009

July 01, 2015 9:34 AM

F1 » Ricciardo talks Raikkonen replacement rumours


Lewis4Jen:
107SS2009: The Colgate kid is trying to big himself/his position in talking FERRARI interest in him, an interest in him which FERRARI hasn’t shown. This is nothing new when it comes to the possibility of a FERRARI seat, there were dozens before him who done the same thing, anybody remember DC, MW, JB, Lulu?.
Only difference with lulu is that he turned down Ferrari.
He didn't turned-down FERRARI, to turn down an offer there must be an offer first.


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