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March 26, 2015 4:57 AM

F1 » Mercedes still wary, says it can't back off

mguh: Mercedes doing an epic job, cant wait to see the W06 out on track again but i feel if we are to see the full potential of the W06 Nico needs to take it to Lewis so that we can see another Bahrain, wheel to wheel racing. The good thing though if Nico does not step up his game we can still enjoy the double world champion stroking and caressing this super car through the bends and chicanes and delivering what this teams deserves which is maximum respect. Long live true F1 fans,
He does like to stroke and caress it.


April 02, 2015 7:10 AM

F1 » Hamilton: What is Alonso thinking?

rob01: Toto knew about the purchase. He laughed and said Yes Lewis is talking with Ferrari. All this while working on lewis's new contract.
rob. there is a big difference between lulu talking to ferrari, and ferrari talking to lulu! i have talked to merc, i have talked to lotus, but that does not mean that i am being asked to drive for them! maybe he was just talking about buying a fiat panda?
Keep trying Rich, Fiat Panda might offer you a drive. :)


March 20, 2015 6:41 AM
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F1 » Only a matter of time until Ferrari catches, says Wolff

richard: benignly. first of all it was marko who said that would have to assess their position in f1, not horner. secondly, it is horners team, arden, that is the basis of rbr. thirdly, didi, marko and horner are the owners of rbr, so you cannot just say one should go. in my opinion, the mess is all renaults fault. they want out and as rbr are the only customers that they have, then they are not being overenthusiastic about improving the situation. i think it would make them happy if they found a reason to close shop. last year, they were talking about selling off the engine factory, and there were rumours that red bull could buy it . it didnt happen, this space...
Richard, All the shares in Red Bull Racing Ltd (RBR) are held by Red Bull Technology Ltd whose shares in turn are all owned by Red Bull GMBH, which company is controlled by Mr Mateschiz. The directors if RBR are Mateschiz, Marko and Horner, but the shareholders are the owners.


March 22, 2015 3:38 AM

F1 » German Grand Prix officially cancelled

theeagle: Bernie saw to this and to ensure that foreign tracks (outside Europe) can get the races they are so desperate to stage. Only confusing and baffling issue is why Germany of all places (in Europe). Germany bailed out (Banks) Ireland, Greece, Spain etc, why cant they stage their own GP?
Somebody has to be responsible with their money. Why do you think they have the ability to do all those bail outs?


March 26, 2015 5:02 AM

F1 » Six of the Best: Here comes the rain again...

kneedragon1962: Another suggestion. Not so much spectacular at the time, but the long term effect on the sport. The Chinese GP, in ... '08? Marc Webber's 2nd year at Red Bull and Seb Vettle's first. Free for all between the two drivers up to then, to establish dominance in the team. And up to that point, the team had been neutral. But Mark crashed out of the lead, in the rain, driver error, and the support of the team swung behind Seb from that point on. That moment shaped the sport for the rest of that season, and the 3 that followed.
I thought that was Korea in 2010.

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