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July 12, 2014 9:40 AM

F1 » Schumacher's wife: Michael 'improving'

Jack, from a long time ago I have been saying that only CRASH NET can eliminate this behaviour from on this site, it’s easy for them to do so, but my guess is the thing is still being stuck in their weighing scales. Lately they removed the facility from on some selected headline news, which was a good move, which also goes to show that they not only know about but also recognise this chronic problem.


July 13, 2014 7:57 PM

F1 » 'Hamilton unbeatable if head in right place'

“Lulu unbeatable if mind is right” it just prove that he can never be regarded as one of the greats as the greats of F1 were the most complete on the grid in their time, not only that, but the greats were called greats because they won it even when not having the best car on the grid, in short, they were hardly beaten even when not driving the best car on the grid.


July 13, 2014 10:45 AM

F1 » Kate Walker: Piero Taruffi

With apologises for this piece being totally off-topic, If rumours doing the rounds are true, FRIC was just part “A” of the FIA bombshell, part “B” is being said to be the clamping-down on the rate and flow of hybrid power. And according to the technical information I have , things cannot but go the way the FIA wants them to go, like the FRIC thing.


July 13, 2014 10:18 AM

F1 » Bottas sees potential FRIC advantage

And just in case people will return to this thread, in addition to the FRIC clamp-down it is also being rumoured that the FIA is also considering to clamp-down on the rate and flow of the hybrid power. Just a note, the hint I have is that the “split turbo system” when used with an allowable by the rules “clutch” between the MGU-H and the compressor/turbine contradicts (conflicts) rules 5.2.4 and 5.1.6. Anybody needs/wishes for more technical information I am willing to help.


July 12, 2014 6:01 PM

F1 » Bottas sees potential FRIC advantage

Yamaha has build 4, V6, V8 AND V12 racing engines, plus producing the 5 Valve heads for the Cosworth DFV, their best success was as a result of their money through the John Judd designed and build F1 3L V10 which had screw-into-the-heads cylinder liners (no gaskets and big hold-down bolts) as a consequence of which that V10 was the smallest and lightest on the grid, I remember the than F1 Japanese driver lifting one from the ground waist high in the pit garage.


July 12, 2014 5:42 PM

F1 » Bottas sees potential FRIC advantage

The Yamaha 5.0l V8 used in the Volvo super car is a bored-out version of a smaller V8, it has no connection with F1. Yamaha did build a F1 V8 in 1989 it was the ox88 which wasn’t successful. On the previous subject (FRIC), it was reported that FERRARI, RBR, Marussia, mclaren, Mercedes, Lotus and Williams have already claimed they will support a pact not to protest any team for running FRIC system, Toro Rosso!, Caterham, Sauber, and Force India have so far not provided their support. A note here, it is very strange that RBR promised support while Toro Rosso did not.

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