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August 05, 2014 3:38 AM
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F1 » Hembery: Pirelli focusing on 19-inch tyres not 18-inch

Coming Soon.... F1 World Tractor Trophy Weight penalties to be applied by the size of the harvester to be towed Regulations 1A:B6 Prohibits the use of blown hitches. 2B:T7 Rear rim size of 46" must make spectators Laugh 3G:Q5 If a competitor becomes stationery during an event, marshals may request a passer-by to assist with removal And of course this will allow Bernie to implement the wet race idea with the pole sitter required to carry the tank and sprays... Laugh if you will but there has already been a test session for the pole sitter .. think about it. I am of to watch the bloke next door mow his grass on a ride-on... oh I do hope he uses the DRS.


March 12, 2014 2:15 AM

F1 » Massa: We cannot forget Red Bull…

Thinking out loud here so it's probably ridiculous!! But what is RBR was to change their engine allocation in one weekend, well fp all at the Aussie GP and maybe again at the next race. You know take a hit on the chin while they are not as competitive and then run with the extra engines over the rest of the year... is that even possible or do they "retire" the engine with the FIA??


February 12, 2014 9:44 PM

F1 » Red Bull ‘confident’ it has made progress – Ricciardo

While I agree that it's a bit more talk than he would normally do... if he was saying the same about Torro Rosso I'm not sure he'd be coping the same amount of critism... Lets face it Vergne was talking it up a few days ago and less dogs were let out on him. In saying that I do dislike this part of the season from the standpoint that I am way to eager for the drivers and cars to do the talking on track.

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