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December 12, 2014 7:54 AM

F1 » OFFICIAL: McLaren names Alonso, Button as 2015 F1 line-up


ZEDX: Putting side the good (or bad) pairing of these two, from what Ron was saying, it was Button who was the "log-jam" in this scenario.. we all assumed that prima donna Alonso was the culprit who (ostensibly) was demanding this or that, not coming to a decision etc., when all the time it was Button who was causing the problem! So it looks like he knew about Alonso's signing for at least several weeks if not longer, yet everyone was shouting about how badly he's being treated and how Dennis should not keep him (& us in the dark) blah blah.... now it seems that Button was simply negotiating his salary, quite certain he did have a drive next year.. Don't know about you lot, but I'm not so sure I can look at Button in the same way anymore....
From the start of this mclaren driver saga and despite the diversionary tactics there was never a decision to be made between K-Mag and Button, the smoke screen has proven to have it’s worth, Jenson dropped his pants pub

107SS2009

December 11, 2014 7:12 PM

F1 » OFFICIAL: McLaren names Alonso, Button as 2015 F1 line-up


The forthcoming first four days of testing in Jerez will be critical for mclaren/Honda and by the fourth evening in February we will know whether the mclaren/Honda relationship has any hope of beating Mercedes. As to Button/K-Mag statistics Button outqualified K-Mag 10-9, outraced him 14-3 and outscored him 126-55. Alonso return to mclaren begins with a DNF on day one-as his microphone failed as the Spaniard was to answer his first question. Both Alonso and Jenson are on a two year deals, rumours says that Jenson is guaranteed only around 20% of his previous contractual arrangements, but there is a performance related element which could see him earning similar amounts to 2014.

107SS2009

December 12, 2014 10:31 AM

F1 » Renault F1 has ‘huge job list’ for 2015


Goldie, Both the Mercedes and FERRARI charge air compressor and exhaust gas turbine are separated by the MGU-H. On the Mercedes installation the separation (distance) is bigger. Re the position to the airbox and and the piping, In the Ferrari installation the charge air compressor is sitting right under the airbox, and this installation has the shortest piping. Will repeat that the FERRARI PU is the smallest and most compact of the three.


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