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simrae

July 09, 2015 1:31 PM

F1 » Mercedes may relent on engine development for good of F1


I haven't put much thought into this, so feel free to shot me down... How about tying car development to championship points. All teams start the season with, say, 500 points. These points can be used to buy development or (if you are already good) you can leave them towards your championship score. At least of a team feels they have no chance (manor, Mclaren etc), they can plough their points into development for the next season, but at least they will be able to develop.

simrae

June 10, 2015 1:29 PM

F1 » Renault F1 future to hinge on Mercedes leniency?


The answer is simple. Save money by reducing the race length by 50%. This would save 50% on fuel (or allow them to drive a lot faster for a shorter time), and gets rid of the 50% of the race which is a procession, and allows them to drive full-on for the duration of the race - and at the very least, the spectators waste less of their time watching the death-throws of a once great sport... If they really want to save fuel, do what we all have to do - drive less, not slower...

simrae

April 13, 2015 1:48 PM

F1 » Rosberg explains Hamilton criticism


I can see why Rosberg is stressing. With all the teams coming in two-by-two, it is obvious that this sport is all about the cars - if you are consistently coming in second to your team-mate, it's obvious to any team that you can be easily replaced by any (cheaper) driver in the field (e.g. Verstappen), and the team will still come in 1-2.

simrae

April 12, 2015 4:10 PM
Last Edited 112 days ago

F1 » Rosberg blasts Hamilton for ‘compromising race’


If Nico couldn't pass Hamilton for fear of ruining his tyres - surely it would be the same for Vettel, so Nico wasn't under threat. He needs to grow up and accept that winning or losing is in his control. Nobody would have cheered Hamilton for going half a second a lap faster and them failing to finish - he did his job, and got the reward. On the other hand, the car would appear to be flattering Rosberg - give it to Verstappen!


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