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cassyo

March 20, 2014 10:54 AM
Last Edited 164 days ago

F1 » Teams were aware of sensor issue


Noone else seems to have the sensor problem (if any) in the degree that RB has. Could be a simple coincidence that the most affected team was exactly the champion of the last four years ? I know that it was, in fact, a sensible matter for all the teams, let alone those with Renault pp. However, when it comes to report that to FIA, all the others have just stepped aside. Red Bulls are not very much loved by the fellow teams, obviously. When you stay on the Caesar's throne you are the nearest man to heaven, but you are alone most of time.

cassyo

March 17, 2014 8:56 PM
Last Edited 168 days ago

F1 » What we learned at the Australian Grand Prix


If you think F1 went too much quiet, here is my advice : enjoy it while it lasts, because it won't take long until a one liter eco boosted (yeah right, not busted as I was tempted to type) turbo will be compulsory, at its turn. And sadly, the story won't stop there even. The future seems to go digital and silent, as far as racing may concern. Like a band of UFO-s landed on the track. Of course, there might be attempts to add some extra sound from acoustic devices (don't shoot) mounted in the cockpits . Sounds terrible, I know, but why would this be more to blame than DRS and alike , after all ? Such dubbing acoustics, coming all out from digital /solid state sources might bring the missing power /decibels maybe, but never the true vibration and the pressure in the air of a real V12 engine. It may be the same when comparing the modern devices digital sounds with the acoustic of an old reel 2 reel. Today, F1 still stands for unsurpassed performance, yet with unparalleled engine sound

cassyo

March 16, 2014 2:55 PM

F1 » Horner blames FIA for fuel flow issue


CH might well be of good faith ( and I think he really is) but, even so, if one looks at this part of his statement “[The FIA] informed us, but we informed them we had serious concerns over their sensor. " might wonder oneself why didn't RB make an appeal by the testing period. Anyway, they will need other teams to report the issue, preferably non Renault engined.

cassyo

March 15, 2014 4:55 PM
Last Edited 169 days ago

F1 » Hamilton doesn’t expect straight fight with Rosberg


Keeping the wheels running all ahead, till the checkered flag is what almost all the frontrunners underline for the race, at the moment. And this is valid for all the grid, with or without a race simulation in the bag. Add to that an extra weather challenge (I hasn't checked the forecast) and we may have the pot stirred enough, at least.


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