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107SS2009

August 24, 2015 3:34 PM

F1 » Lotus urges Renault sale as bailiffs move in


Taz: I'd suspect Genii will have to agree to write of a percentage of the debt to get a sale, there is no way they are getting all their money back. If they don't get a sale the only way forwards is an administration event which would be a shame.....especially for the suppliers.
the owners can always deep their hands in their own deep pockets. I believe that Renault are still fishing about.

107SS2009

August 24, 2015 3:30 PM

F1 » Lotus urges Renault sale as bailiffs move in


NicoTossberg100: why do these manufacturors hang about in this washed up series . get the hell out now before you hold yourselfs up for ridicule . the whole thing is just an incredible waste of time , money , effort and belongs to a different era . even the gratest circuit in the world cannot make these pathetic go karts look exciting . eau rouge looked a shadow of the great days with these scalectrix kit cars . all very sad and renault needs to get as far away from the farce to save what little credibility ithas left .
Are you sure you are in the right place? looks like you have lost your way and found yourself here for the first time.

107SS2009

August 24, 2015 8:09 PM

F1 » Pirelli: F1 ignored our request to limit laps


Regardless of the bull crap Hembery came out with after the race, Vettel's tyres were well within Pirelli's recommended safety life limit by as much as 25 percent less then what Pirelli themselves recommended, plus to that FERRARI like all other teams had a Pirelli engineer/adviser in their garage with them who gave them no warning that they were taking any risk with their strategy.

107SS2009

August 24, 2015 2:55 PM

F1 » Arrivabene: One-stop strategy was always Plan A


richard: andrew cree. not quite true. they did not say that the tyres would only last for short period of time. what they said was that timewise , and getting the best out of their tyres without tehm falling off a cliff, then 2-3 stops could be the most advantageous. but they did say that the tyre would last 40 laps, albeit with not-optimum performance. and if you read arrivabenes comments, 2 hours before the start, it was agreed with pirelli that it was good for a one stopper. seb stretched out his option tyres so as to keep well within the pirelli tyre capabilities.
Richard, If Vettel had managed the last one and a half laps (ten KM) of the race he would have went 25% less of what Pirelli claimed as the safe laps for those tyres. You should have told this here CREE that when Pirelli said 2-3 stops they were talking from the point of view of tyre wear and not safety.

107SS2009

August 24, 2015 2:46 PM

F1 » Arrivabene: One-stop strategy was always Plan A


Pirelli bull crap, same as that of some on here, Some teams apart from FERRARI refuse to believe PIRELLI explanation of excessive tyre wear “If Pirelli tell us the tyres last 40 laps, they can’t possibly blow-up after 28 laps” “ If Vettel’s tyres had been worn out, he would have to came in the pits, as soon as the rubber is worn below 30% the lap times go up by 2 to 3 seconds, tyre and temperatures drops from 140C to 110C And you are like driving on ice, you won’t even get anywhere near critical wear, your team would call you in long before that happens”. Auto motor und sports published a picture of a tyre deforming abnormally on Vettel’s car on Friday. The BBC reports that no less than 3 world champions had voiced their concern about the safety of Pirelli’s tyres in the drivers briefing on Friday. After the race Vettel stalked past Hembery growling at him “your tyres are a catastrophe”. It looks like Pirelli have yet another PR disaster on their hands.


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