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October 06, 2014 3:48 PM

F1 » Raikkonen: ‘Is it safe ever?’

...If they feel the need to do something that helps safety, then by all means mandate some sort of protective steel skirting to vehicles that 'may' operate inside the barrier but they should really look at the drivers and rules in relation to a double yellow as it might be better automatically to turn on the pit lane speed limiter on all the cars that enter the section with double yellows as the real cause was most probably Biachi (like the others) doing 95% the speed he would have done if no yellows....not quite as restrictive as 'fun karting' where they insist you do no more than walking pace when the yellows are on but if everyone does the same slower speed then no one wins or looses too much.


October 06, 2014 3:48 PM
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F1 » Raikkonen: ‘Is it safe ever?’

richard is right, what we don't need is FIA or Bernie having a knee jerk reaction to this and mandating this that or other 'fix'. If they changed nothing then I doubt in the next 20 years we'll see the same accident happen again as it was freak occurrence. There was no reason to red flag for Sutils car as you see crashes where a car is recovered many times in a year. The rain wasn't to blame either as some cars pitted when the yellows came out and most of them opted for a new set of inters which wouldn't make sense if the track had got as bad as it was at the start.


July 25, 2014 1:21 PM

F1 » Hamilton quickest in Hungarian FP1

RP01: When did Merc mess up his car? i must have missed that particular conspiracy theory!
No need for conspiracy theories, just a brain that can remember a week ago during crucial qualifying and a month or so before that which lost him 20-25points in Canada and potentially starting 1st or 2nd in Germany instead of 20th which he did well to recover to 3rd in the race


May 20, 2014 2:52 PM

MotoGP » Marquez: Rossi will feel 22 again at Mugello!

Yearby23: @TalentFan Rossi should turn on the mind games instead of being all nice, its racing not playschool. I remember when Stoner was winning everything in 2007, Rossi said to the press that MotoGp had gotten boring. He was still finishing 2nd to Stoner same as now with Marquez, but it's not boring now?
The difference is MM wants and savours the potential to battle with VR on track where as CS could often be found at the back of the garage crying about VR's race craft and the small mark on the fairing if left


March 16, 2014 4:52 PM

F1 » Ricciardo excluded from Australian GP

I don't see the point of the fuel flow meter in conjunction with an overall limit of 100KG for the race. Surely the 100KG limit alone is more than adequate to promote the "green" formula especially given the meters themselves seem to be inaccurate to the point were FIA asked teams to offset the readings. Just seems like a daft rule to me and one that can't be enforced through hard evidence of their accuracy.


December 19, 2013 3:38 PM

MotoGP » Honda vows MotoGP withdrawal over ECU plans

Is this the same Honda that made the decision to return F1 as an engine supplier despite F1 running a control ECU? I suspect this is merely Honda wanting to state its position as a standard ECU in F1 hasn't reduced the show as they're still pretty flexible systems that can in theory do everything other ECU's do its just that the control nature of the ECU means code can't be hidden which might perform illegal tricks like TC (in F1) which is what I feel Motogp's standard ECU is aiming at for 2015 or 16 and about time imo. Leave TC and other electronic aids to WSBK bikes based on what you can buy in the dealer and ensure MotoGP is about the rider and engineering (but not software engineers)

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