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Kozeyekan

February 05, 2011 7:37 AM

F1 » Geelong throws hat into Australian GP ring


Actually, it could work. The problem with F1 at Albert Park is that it was too successful. The increased facilities led to an increase in housing price, which led to self important muppets moving in and trying to get rid of the project that turned the area into what it is today. Moving it to Geelong would save loads of money. It'd also make Geelong a destination city, and with the amount of motorsport interest (Thanks to the Ford factory) there'd be a lot of local turnout to match the other visitors. Without F1, Albert park will tank and become just another run down suburb that used to be important.

Kozeyekan

December 30, 2010 10:23 AM
Last Edited 1307 days ago

F1 » We said, you said: F1 2010


Webber had a great year, and I'm a fan, but he was out performed when it mattered. I'd put Alonso and Kubica ahead of him. 3 crashes is irrelevant. It's where you finish that matters. If he'd crashed six times, but won the rest, he'd be a WDC, and that's a good year in anyone's books. He's a great driver, had a great year, but just couldn't put it all together in the end. Kubica's consistency in a second rate car shows his talent, and Alonso's second half effort shows his brilliance. If not for a bad pit choice, he'd have been WDC. Webber is probably the most popular, everyone loves seeing him do well as he's had it so hard for so long, but he was out driven in the end.

Kozeyekan

December 20, 2010 11:27 PM

F1 » Webber: The reset button has been hit!


Actually, I think KERS will work in Mark's favour in 2011. It's a game of bluffs. If overtaking, do you use your boost, only to have the car in front use theirs? No, you'll try and fake them out, get them to waste their boost and try for the next corner. Webber is experienced and a pretty shrewd race day tactician. With the choice of when to use KERS resting in the cockpit, and not on the pit wall, he'll have more opportunity to race from his gut, rather than over-intellectualise it, which is when he's at his best. either way, it should be a heck of a season.

Kozeyekan

December 20, 2010 8:58 AM

F1 » Montezemolo: 'Pauperistic' approach to F1 not good


He's stuck in the past. Ferrari as a team and a road car manufacturer are being diluted, weakened and slowly, becoming irrelevant. What was the last Ferrari that made you stand up and go "WOW"? The Enzo? Probably. The 453? No. The California? Heck No. In the interim we've had Audi bred Lamborghinis that hold the road like a clawed gecko and a Bugatti or two that eat asphalt like a fat guy eats cake. Hell, the new corvette, Porsche GT3 and Nissan GT-R made bigger waves. Ferrari seems to be happy sitting back saying "Look how great we were" instead of putting their nads on the line and creating something truly inspirational. Ferrari haven't innovated in a long, long time. Instead of complaining about the changes, they should try to put their whole effort into it and make the best cars possible. Their is nothing so wearisome than yesterdays hero.

Kozeyekan

December 08, 2010 7:41 AM

F1 » Horner 'disappointed' Webber kept injury from him


to prove and possibly Lotus nicking all the good bits from the other cars to have a strong presence, with some podium potential. It'll be a great year, but the highlight will be how Seb and Mark battle it out. Mark will be hungry and possibly in his last year with nothing to lose, he could end up being downright vicious, which will make for great racing. Bring on the next season!

Kozeyekan

December 08, 2010 7:40 AM

F1 » Horner 'disappointed' Webber kept injury from him


I don't see what the big deal is. Professional athletes do this all the time. Ask any athlete if he's OK to play on the weekend, and you'll get a "yes". Where is the benefit in telling your boss that you're injured? The possible outcomes are that they A) replace you. B) reduce the load on you (in this case relegate him to a supporting role) or C) ignore it and go for the title. Now, any athlete would see A) and B) as terrible options, so to pursue C) means that the end result is all the same. He's a grown man who does not need constant coddling (unlike Princess' Petal and Nico). Also, Seb and Mark don't need to like each other to race well. Heck, it's better that they don't. Let them go at each others throats and the one who wins will deserve it, which Seb did this year. 2011 will see them start from scratch, and with a much more level playing field, For me the title will be even closer, with Kubica in a competitive car, Ferrari and McLaren being in the hunt, Mercedes having something


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