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107SS2009

July 23, 2015 6:56 PM

F1 » Hamilton ‘not against’ closed cockpit prospect


theeagle: I was going to say as they (F1 drivers) are called 'pilots' anyway I would not be against closed cockpit. However having seen Lewis4Jen comment, I realise it wont save a driver anyway as no human can survive these g - force impacts. Ratzenberger and Sennas accidents at Imola in 1994 are basically same when they struck walls.
No, Ratzenberger and Senna's accidents were not the same when they struck walls.

107SS2009

July 23, 2015 6:53 PM

F1 » Hamilton ‘not against’ closed cockpit prospect


Unlike the geniuses that frequent this site to air their brightness the geniuses at the FIA failed to come down as hard as a ton of bricks on drivers disregarding waved double yellow flags which indicates great danger ahead and that they must slow down and be prepared to stop. And do please stop pushing the total BS that if a driver lifts off it indicates he did slow down, slow down he might be interpreted to have done but certainly wasn’t ready to stop having lost the car under double yellow waved flags at 203 KMH.

107SS2009

July 24, 2015 11:22 AM

F1 » Hamilton ‘not against’ closed cockpit prospect


Tomco: Easy. Existing technology would allow for the cars to be slowed down by the race controller from the pits via the cars transponders or similar. Obviously the cars would be travelling at different speeds but again technology / softwear would take this into consideration. Just a thought.
BS, The driver "is" supposed to be driving the car "alone" and unaided. Race control is there to police the rules and not to "electronically" prevent the driver from abusing the rules.


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