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April 20, 2015 9:27 AM

F1 » Rosberg driving ‘at his best’ in Bahrain Grand Prix

mytyresaregoingoff: He put in a couple of good passes and gained from Seb making mistakes but if this is the best he can do then something is seriously wrong. For me the problem is around an Aero package that can not stand dirty air (look at Seb behind the Williams) and too much emphasis on tyre and fuel management. Bernie please forget 1000hp engines and other gimmicks and sort out the simple things that are stopping drivers drive to the limit.
My tyres, agree with what you said, but remember that 1000hp will need more fuel to burn.


April 20, 2015 5:15 PM

F1 » Ricciardo onto fourth engine after blow-out

gearboxv8: Am I right in saying that Renault said it would leave f1 if this 6cl. hybrid engine was not adopted. well it was and they left any way as a team. and remained only as a supplier of the worst engine in f1 history.
You make a good point about Renault being partially responsible for this new format but The worst in F1 history? What even compared to the Peugeot or the Coventry Climax flat 16?
The Climax flat 16 never made it on track/never raced.


April 20, 2015 10:57 AM

F1 » Ricciardo onto fourth engine after blow-out

It doesn't take an RBR geniuses to recognise that Renault was a problem to them, but it does take an RBR genius not to admit their design contribution to the Renault problem, and it also takes an RBR arrogant genius to go hang their dirty linen in public. FERRARI might have had the worst engine last year but they also had the best reliability. Penalties set in by the use of any of the fifth component (quantity six) that makes up the power unit,


April 20, 2015 9:19 AM

F1 » Mercedes escapes after double brake failure

2seconds, Good of you having corrected yourself, we are making good progress in understanding the FI brakes, but most important avoiding confusing/misleading others less technical that follows us on here. But some more confusions which can mislead others still persists, so some more self corrections are still needed, and will be looking forward for. “Due to the deliberate design by Mercedes to have smaller brakes at the rear”, No F1 team design their own brakes, the major parts of the braking system are designed and manufactures by the brakes companies supplying the teams, these designs are according to the rules were sizes are concerned, the teams have to stick-to the (in use specifications) of such designs, and this is where the teams abuse what they are supplied with.

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