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March 01, 2015 11:44 PM

F1 » McLaren ends testing with 32 laps-a-day average

As an F1 fan first and foremost, I look forward to the season with the above comments digested, but also with richard and 107's words that at this point last year, some of the other teams had not even reached the stage that Mac have reached (and given the renewed partnership with Honda). Some years ago, the Honda/Brawn team looked dead and buried at the start of the season, only to go on and win the titles - with a little help from the double-diffuser arrangement. The situation is not the same here, but the entire Mac/Honda team should step up and meet this new challenge head on!


February 26, 2015 4:23 PM

F1 » Dennis: Alonso lost consciousness, is ‘physically perfect’

I have always been impressed with Crash readers' analytical skills and never hesitated to say so in the past. I was also very impressed with the way they refused to swallow McLaren's initial explanations of what happened with Fernando. That intense analysis and discussion throughout yesterday has now shown to be justified, as we are now getting the real truth and information from the team. Good stuff, people! :-)


February 26, 2015 7:16 PM

F1 » Carmen Jorda announced as Lotus F1 development driver

When did the FIA also become the decider of who a team employs? Is that their job? Their hands are already full with governing the sport. Technically speaking, they cannot stop Susie working for Williams, so they cannot stop Carmen working for Lotus. If pay drivers (Maldonado, etc) and children (Verstappen) can drive an F1 car, so can a fully developed 26-year old woman who's never won a race. Tough! That is the state of the F1 we all love today :-)

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