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JJ9871011

February 15, 2015 4:55 AM

F1 » Williams would back Manor F1 bid


Agree above. The smalls teams are needed. The powerhouse teams of today did not start off that way. Williams is a prime example had very humble beginnings and it took them 100 gp I think before they took their first win. Without small teams Shue, Alonso, Webber, Kimi would not have gotten their starts. Hell even STR though backed by Red Bull is operating on probably 1/3 a budget as RBR but it brought us SV and DR. Thats just the drives. Brawn and Newey all started at small teams. Eddie Jordan said it best "You learn your trade at Jordan university, then go to a big team to make your money." At any given time, there needs to be at least 3 small teams IMHO. Hell to spice up things, cap the small teams to 50M, let them run 1 yr old engines on the cheap, and let them have free aero design (passing safety standards). It would allow young engineers show off their talents to big teams. This is how we get fresh blood into the sport.

JJ9871011

February 11, 2015 3:18 AM

F1 » McLaren-Honda will 'reproduce' 80's F1 success - Dennis


While I am a Honda fan through and through but I am realistic and know this is all marketing hype. This is all pre-season get the fans excited talk. Honda and McL have a huge mountain to climb. Can they climb? Sure but the key is can they climb faster than everyone else who is also gunning for the peak as well. I have already written of 2015 for them and probably 2016 as well. Look how long it took Merc to be a championship winning team. I find it most interesting that Honda did not go for a split turbo design since it is widely know early in 2014 and they had time to redesign and rearrange the engine to make it work.


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