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September 18, 2014 7:22 PM

F1 » Hamilton ‘excited’ by lack of radio

While Lulu is being quoted on here as having said “exited by lack of radio” somewhere else he is being quoted as saying “it’s like putting more balls in the air for us (drivers) to catch, and we are already catching quite a lot” “I quite like the idea, in some ways it makes it harder like engine strategy, how are we to know what strategy to use?.


September 18, 2014 12:11 PM

F1 » Wolff: Driver relationship ‘very intense’

I know that it’s not on-topic but would like to remind people on here that on the 12th I said on here that the first noises about the clampdown on radio instructions pit to driver or better say the mockery that was being made out of the rule 20.1 came about by Jonathan Noble article (autosports) which had all the hallmarks of being suggested from high-up, now here is a confirmation of that, I was the one that started it off” “the drivers are supposed as per the rules to dive the car unaided” “they have been aided, and still are” THAT’S FROM MR F1 HIMSELF.


September 18, 2014 11:04 AM

F1 » Ferrari to track test 2015 parts

Corkey: Or maybe they genuinely don't know? Quite rude to throw insults at people without knowing the true story. Fair play if they are being silly, but everyone is so judgemental of other people's opinions on this site its ridiculous.
Your level both of reasoning/ethical and general knowledge of F1 matters which all that drops on here are supposed to be talking about complements his perfectly and surely doesn't bode well for the standard of this site.


September 18, 2014 6:39 AM

F1 » Renault expects fuel to be a factor in Singapore

With all due respect, but there seems to be a technically wrongly perceived/ held believe/s that air fuel ratios of a F1 engine is adjusted to lean to save on fuel or rich to go faster, I am talking about the fuel flow as a proportion of air consumed here. I do not blame anybody for those believe/s as long as it is not forced upon those in the know, because some adjustment on the steering wheel does say (lean/rich), but what the function of lean/rich does actually do is move the max power speed (revs) of the engine up/down. It has to be understood that the air/fuel ratio is optimised to produce max power at all engine speeds in use, which spells (fuel flow as a proportion of air being consumed), In the case of the present ICE it was decided at the design stage that as per the 100kg/h max fuel flow rule these engines cannot produce any more power above 10500rpm as otherwise they will go over the fuel flow limit imposed by the rules.

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