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107SS2009

May 11, 2015 8:28 PM

F1 » Hamilton performance felt like a win too, says Wolff


Taz:
bamza: Personally I reckonIf it were not for the pit stop Lulu woulda made a fool outa Btitney once again
Instead, he made a fool out of himself over the radio once gain :rolleyes:
Plus as is usual of him, showed the world his outmost respect to his team/team engineer’s wishes/requests/instruction/orders requested of him/given to him. As I said, this type of arrogant pantomime cannot last much longer at any serous team.

107SS2009

May 11, 2015 8:02 PM

F1 » Hamilton performance felt like a win too, says Wolff


Rob, I know perfectly well what you mean and so cannot but agree, but go tell that/try to explain that to some posters on here. For a long time now I have been advising others on here to sieve carefully what they are feed by the dozen or so of the renown sites (mostly their local sites) they visit, but they blindly take what these sites feeds them as gospel, what they miss is that what these sites feeds them is a selection of what is calculated by said sites to be what they would like to hear. An example is the interview I was quoting from (Lulu to Natalle Pinkam of the number 2 Lulu fan club, and not just from print which can be manipulated) what Lulu said in that interview was not put into print by that site because it wasn’t in the interest of their followers to know, but others picked the interview up because it was on air, so the cat was out of the box, of course as is usual with different interpretations.

107SS2009

May 11, 2015 1:59 PM

F1 » Hamilton performance felt like a win too, says Wolff


I am totally astonished and flabbergasted that a front line team the calibre of Mercedes (the management) will permit a member of the team to publicly give the team a “warning” which spells an “ultimatum” (this to the hand that feeds him), and say that he will not accept instructions/orders from his pit wall and that he will definitely make sure that such instruction/wishes/orders will not be repeated to him by his team. His oneeyedLulufosi can argue all they want until they are blue in the face with me over these principles of respect to others and obligations to the hand that feeds you, I assure them all that they will not move me one millimetre from this opinion. In my personal opinion regardless of the front effort being put-up by the Mercedes talking heads, his time will soon be up at Mercedes, not team can be managed being under such declared threats..

107SS2009

May 11, 2015 1:07 PM

F1 » Hamilton performance felt like a win too, says Wolff


Since day one the kid tasted success thanks to the man that gave him the chance through his own personal risk and money, the kid’s head had swollen out of all proportions and control and shown no respect/gratitude or sense of obligations to anyone on God’s green earth including his own father. The first one to taste such arrogance as a payback for what he did to the kid was Ron Dennis, who was pushed to take a stand and call his bluff/BS. The oldest of the talking heads at Mercedes assured the team that he can be controlled, not much time had to pass for Stuttgart to have to take a stand over his contract and tell the kid “that is what we can offer, take-it-or-leave-it”, his latest arrogance towards his team was expressed this Sunday, telling Natalle Pinkam of his number two fan club that he was actually issuing a warning to the team, “I will not accept such instructions/orders from the team, and definitely-I will make sure that is not repeated to me”.

107SS2009

May 11, 2015 2:22 PM

F1 » Hamilton performance felt like a win too, says Wolff


JunglistF1: @107SS2009: Where are you reading into the context of what he said that he means he is going to demand that he is never told that again? Perhaps you have read a bit more than I have or that you are reading into it too much. The way I read it was along the lines of - in the future I wont allow myself to be so far back that I will have to be told to hold station and settle for second place. That's my interpretation of the situation. Not him telling the team what they can and can't say to him. However if he is saying that he will pick and chose what they say to him then I expect he will no doubt get a wake up call from the higher ups. Perhaps you can explain what you mean? I like to try and understand all points of view. Over discussions with other on this forum I am frequently asked where I have read/seen this and that, my answer is, make a better effort to follow F1 matters like I do and keep up-to-date. I stand with all I said.

107SS2009

May 11, 2015 5:57 PM

F1 » Raikkonen unmoved by Ferrari gap to Mercedes


Richard, in my opinion the WO6 is the better package compared to the SF15T, not much, but better. The advantage it have on the SF15T is certainly in the aero, something that gives a tyre worm-up-to-temperature advantage in qualifying, but also tends to overload-up the tyres in the race. In 2014 the 059/3 (ICE) was in the same ball park as the PU106A counterpart, but the 059/3 had an electric power disadvantage to that of the PU106A. This year the 059/4 has a small electrical power advantage on the PU106B. In Spain on Sunday It was clear for lap after lap (Lulu behind Vettel complete with DRS at his disposal) that the energy recovery and deployment of the SF15T needs less driver management than that of the PU106B. It was clearly seen that Lulu had to fall back to recharge/harvest every other lap after attacking. This (technically speaking) shows that MGU-H harvesting of the SF15T is better, on the other hand harvesting by MGU-K (brakes) cannot but be equal on both cars.

107SS2009

May 11, 2015 2:35 PM

F1 » Raikkonen unmoved by Ferrari gap to Mercedes


richard: i do wish that some would see the difference between downforce and mechanical grip! there is absolutely nothing to say that merc have more downforce than anyone else. their advantage is that they harvest and transmit the electrical end of the pu in a more efficient manner. they can garner power more quickly and can also use it sooner. in a straight line it was pretty clear that the ferrari was only a miniscule behind the merc, but as they came out of corners, they could add the ers more efficiently and gain their slight advantage. remember the days that minis were beating the far more powerful galaxies and lotus cortinas? all down to grip out of corners. they were less powerful and less aero kindly than the others.
Richard, I don,t agree with your ERS harvesting/release of power/time explanation, I have to attend to some other things right now, will be back later and talk about-it some more.

107SS2009

May 11, 2015 8:44 PM

F1 » Raikkonen unmoved by Ferrari gap to Mercedes


Taz: "worm-up" Sounds more a technical term at the vets rather than an F1 garage.
Taz, my bad, apologises for my misprint to you and others sensitive type to spelling, am sure the person I was addressing will not only understand and work himself around that but is fully qualified to fully understand the whole technical jargon used in my explanation which might seem/sounds funny to others to the extent of making fun out of it.

107SS2009

May 11, 2015 8:18 AM

F1 » Raikkonen bemoans ‘disturbing’ Williams tendencies


richard:
ProfessorX: the best thing Ferrari can do for next year is to take Lewis Hamilton away from Mercedes. as for "vortices" that's a nothing but a buzzword (in this context), the wake or eddies behind the car are so much more damaging to the car behind than vortices which are used to enhance the effectiveness of the air pressures over the surfaces of the car.
nutty. another of your fails? these wings require clean air to perform properly. now if you are following a car that is creating multiple vorticies with their front wing and other appendages, your own front wing cannot run in clean air and is less effective, causing the tyre problems etc, as evidenced by lulu, nico and seb all mentioning it. but hey...what do they know? they arent professors are they?
The much learned Profs will never actually learn F1 matters.


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