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February 04, 2015 5:19 PM
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F1 » Raikkonen puts Ferrari back on top at Jerez

From memory Mclaren did real well at first test last year and red bull real bad but what happened at the races hmm. Im hoping ferrari have got it right to make this season more interesting and will be good to see a battle between kimi and seb and who hasnt even raced there new engine yet oh that would be merc so more to come which we wont know till race day really


February 05, 2015 5:58 PM

MotoGP » Sepang MotoGP test times - Thursday (Final)

Beard9X: Brain Do you know anything at all about the original open rule? Well let me explain to you in case you cant do your own research. The original open rule was for all teams, therefore it would have been stupid to take away the hard tyre from the competition. Go and read how Honda/yamaha bullied Dorna and changed the content of the rules. Also to remind you of what Honda is, Honda threatened to pull out if they are forced to run the MM ecu and software. The fact is, normally japanese mfrs such as honda are living on monopoly at all costs and in any way possible. Just to give you an example, Ferrari and McLaren in F1 after they changed the rules in 2009 been struggling and won nothing. Yet they did not bully anyone for it. If Japanese were that good they wouldn't get their **** handed to then in all the motorsport series they entered. Honda cannot live without having the rules and tyre in their favour.
I can see that your knowledge of F1 is as good a

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