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July 16, 2015 2:16 PM

F1 » Tyre companies shouldn’t dictate strategies, teams say

A totally new mushroom (pun intended) pops up on here and dumps some more of this recently new trend of F1 negativity on this discussion F1 site, seems like he felt the need to just say something for the sake of saying something. “A company/buyer needs some goods/services, it prepares documents describing its needs, and puts out a tender”. “Suppliers bids for tender offering their services according to the tender specifications requirements set out in the tender”.


July 16, 2015 7:59 PM

F1 » Hamilton hoping for McLaren return

107SS2009: Lulu wasn’t allowed in at Wimbledon’s royal box centre court as he forgot wearing underpants. What a DORK!
Yes, I read that and it was not his underpants. He wasn't admitted because he wasn't wearing a suit. I don't know about Europe but, your underpants here in America is your underwear!
Mr Jones, Will knickers get us any closer? and by the way have you seen that nice hat he was wearing? it more than compensated for any obligatory missing garments!.


July 17, 2015 4:41 PM

F1 » Bottas to Ferrari deal agreed?

rob01: Ferrari is denying this report. Why switch kimi out for another slow Finn?
Rob, it didn't take long. As I said, I did notice quite some scepticism about this news among other Italian media early this morning, most probably because the correspondent who penned this article (Fulvio Solms) is well known for his love fore Kimi. I can tell easy because I am as much conversant with the Italian media as much as with the British one.


July 17, 2015 7:45 PM

F1 » Six of the Best: The hardest records to beat in F1

richard: it always puzzles me why stirling moss gets so many plaudits for his 1955 mille miglia win,having practiced the route and with pace notes being read out by a co-driver. yet many overlook the fact that fangio drove entirely on his own, without practice and was way ahead of moss until he hit clutch trouble towards the end. and he still finished second. and then he also was magnaminous by letting stirling win the british gp when he himself was well ahead. sadly, there are no drivers like him in these modern days.
Richard, Moss himself know that Fangio did let him win that British GP it being his first, and in fact Moss did ask Fabgio if he let him win it, and Fangio the great gentleman he was said no, you won it.


July 17, 2015 5:42 PM

F1 » Six of the Best: The hardest records to beat in F1

JACKBEE: [blockquote Sunny you forgot to mention that Fangio was 46 at the time!! Jack, Unfortunately we hardly have a chance to talk about those old times on here mostly because there are most probably only three of us on here old enough which might have lived those times. The following is my part re the subject, I was seventeen at the time, there was no TV here at that time, so as usual ear pressed to the radio tuned to the BBC international 24 hour English language, within 3 days of the race through good friends “RAF crews who use to shuttle regularly from RAF base in Germany and local RAF base” I was handed an 8mm black and white silent reel/film curtesy of BP. I remember that we bunch of local fanatics ran and re ran that reel/film so many times that it started to fade-out, what we watched, at least the once who are still around, will never witness again.


July 16, 2015 2:49 PM

F1 » Boullier: McLaren has seconds of potential to unlock

FVA47: Didn,t Honda have driveability problems with the old engine? The solution then was to fit a Mercedes engine and call it a Brawn!!
The drivability of the Honda at the time you are talking about was not the problem, if the Honda engine was on offer at that time Brawn would have used it and not the Mercedes engine and he would have made a couple more millions out of that project.

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