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LoveF1

September 02, 2014 7:33 AM

F1 » Newey to finalise 2015 Red Bull F1 car


Red Bull will be scouring the planet, looking for the next best thing to Adrian Newey, to take over the reins. The other problem is if they don't find such a brain, some of the other talent at the team might leave as well. Get poached by other teams. Has anyone considered the possibility of Ross Brawn taking over from Adrian Newey at Red Bull, rather than going back to Merc? Or is that a complete no-no?

LoveF1

September 02, 2014 7:22 AM

F1 » Hamilton: It’s far from over


And no, before anyone says I am proposing that Nico should "drive for second" in the races, I am not! Driving for second can lead to mistakes and I know that. But the fact remains that even though he will drive for the victories, he will know that he only needs to keep it on the tarmac and he stands a great chance. The next 2/3 races will decide the pendulum swing and the pressure levels on either driver...

LoveF1

September 02, 2014 7:12 AM

F1 » Hamilton: It’s far from over


mmmm interesting times around the corner...for both drivers. One part of me agrees that the race is far from over. But the other part believes we may be approaching that stage where one or two more mistakes COULD decide the title. Calm heads are called for and Lewis NEEDS to finish races now, ahead of or behind Nico, no matter what, to keep the pressure on! If Lewis DNF's in Monza for whatever reason (mistake, engine failure, clash with Maldonado, etc) and Nico wins or comes second, then the gap grows to 50-something points. There will still be 6 races left, but that will be the point at which Nico will only need to start coming 2nd to maintain the gap! My point is he won't need to stress his engine or fight Lewis as much going into corners, etc. He can also rely on Ricci taking points off Lewis, who has a 50-something point deficit to him. Yes, there is the double points finish in Abu Dhabi, but he still only needs to come second to Lewis to win the WDC. Having Keke Rosberg in his c

LoveF1

September 01, 2014 9:15 AM

F1 » Rosberg disciplined by Mercedes


This whole drama is DEFINITELY going to run till the end of the season! Someone mentioned some days ago that the first chicane at Monza is going to be very interesting. Fans will be watching it like hawks! The first of these two drivers to cut the chicane and gain position must give back the position IMMEDIATELY or just wait for the uproar from fans! And if Ricciardo is lurking behind with serious intentions, then that is only going to add to the drama! Methinks there is yet more apologising and team disciplining to come for Merc before this season is over... Fun and games :-)

LoveF1

September 01, 2014 9:23 AM

F1 » Rosberg disciplined by Mercedes


I assume even if DannyRic manages to overtake the Mercs while they're squabbling at that chicane, they will have hauled him back in by the end of that looong final straight - with that Mercedes engine grunt. It's going to be interesting. Just for the racing excitement/value, I hope Adrian Newey brings some more upgrades to his car and allows Ric and Vettel to give the Mercs even more of a fight!!

LoveF1

August 29, 2014 6:11 PM

F1 » McLaren ‘not in a position’ to get F1 stars – Dennis


WOW! That's a real backhanded "slap" in the face for Jenson, considering he's a one-time WDC just like Kimi and Lewis. RD's indirect way of saying his drivers are just......ordinary. If I were Jenson, I'd be looking to go to Force India or Sauber - where they are not doing much worse than Mac and where the team owner will not dislike me so blatantly.

LoveF1

August 31, 2014 7:13 AM

F1 » Raikkonen hopes for ‘welcome surprise’ at Monza


Is it remotely possible that on a psychological level, Kimi does not really "put a lot of fire in the belly" of his engineers? Or are they on top of everything, at every moment, just like Alonso's guys seem to be? Or maybe it's just my imagination. Maybe Kimi spends as much time with them as Alonso does, and more...to go over every possible detail before race day. Maybe it's just my imagination running away with me...but Kimi gives off that devil may care attitude with his whole body language sometimes. Does not appear bothered to "hustle" the car the way Alonso does... His core fans must be pulling their hair out! :-)


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