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JJ9871011

September 12, 2014 9:39 PM

F1 » Brawn: Never say never to F1 return


I thought Rory Byrne was brought back as a consultant for this years car? Either way, Brawn knows that it takes several years to build an F1 team in to a championship winning team. I think he seems that Ferrari right now are in panic mode and want something now. They may not have the patience for Brawn's master plan. Also Brawn is in his 60s I think. Not to say he's calling it quits, but how much longer will he really want to go until he calls it a day.

JJ9871011

September 09, 2014 11:12 PM

F1 » Sauber quiet on Stroll F1 investment rumours


I feel really bad for Sauber. They are on the down hill much like Williams was after BMW left them. Sad to say I do not think the light at the end of the tunnel is even visible at this moment. Another minus is unlike Williams who has Championship history, Sauber lacks any of those credentials so it must be even harder for them. Unless they have a billionaire to inject a few seasons of cash, they might just close shop. They had all these great potential drivers and lost them. Now you have Sutil (waste of space IMHO) and Guti who seems to just be driving because Carlos Slim is fronting his tab. It seems the darkest days are still ahead for Sauber.

JJ9871011

September 11, 2014 6:11 PM

F1 » Raikkonen undecided on F1 retirement


I'm sure there are reasons unknown to us as to why he wants to stay. Steady paycheck, you are Ferrari driver, the food, whatever it maybe. If Luca was the first of many to leave then Kimi might be leaving as well. While his skill has no question, results are what matter. Hell even FA might get the boot. Sure he's come in 2nd in WDC a few times with Ferrari, but it is not a WDC title. 2nd is first of the losers.

JJ9871011

September 10, 2014 12:32 AM

F1 » More changes to come at McLaren


If McL are trying to be like Ferrari, they have a long road ahead of them. It's hard to be good at both making F1 cars and road cars at the same time and both be good. When Ferrari did it during the Shue days, they were starting to produce some decent road cars (IMHO, the 355 was the first good one that wasn't a garage queen) and good F1 cars, but they were also getting blank checks from sponsors. Merc is already a production car giant and have billions to back up where as McL is small fry in overall revenue.

JJ9871011

September 04, 2014 4:09 PM
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F1 » Grosjean waiting on Alonso’s F1 future


I like RG a lot, but this is how I see it panning out: Ferrari - status quo. Bianchi in 2016 to take over KR's seat McL - Honda probably want a WDC to pilot 1 of their cars, so more than likely Button stays on a 1 year deal. KM gets 1 more year RBR - no change Merc - no change. LH will stay. RG might have to stay 1 more year and maybe McL in 2016. Williams could be an option if they show Massa the door.


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