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35edme

July 21, 2015 9:49 PM

F1 » F1 2015 driver salaries published – but who earns most?


hello4646:
76rufus: 35 Millions for Alonso = 0 Points! It would be great to see Motogp wages
Remember though. These F1 types don't much like bike racing. It's to exciting for them to handle. Just the action alone in Moto3 would send them bonkers. And an Moto3 bike is 300,000 euro's to run a year. Yes and that is for the whole team!! Shows you don't need to spend big money to get exciting racing. Oh and the riders also have, whats that word. FUN!!
And this is which site you are commenting on ?

35edme

June 12, 2015 5:30 PM

F1 » Renault F1 future to hinge on Mercedes leniency?


Stuey 99 asked if Red Bull hadn't done the same as Merc. Your answer was No. You then went on to refer to him as another who doesn't know much about F1. Please reread your statement about Merc buying a team,buying an engine manufacturer and in your mind, bulldozing the purchase of Pirelli. Would Pirelli have been given exclusive rights to supply F1 if that were the case ? The two most powerful and best compensated teams in F1 at present, Ferrari and Red Bull.

35edme

June 12, 2015 3:21 PM

F1 » Renault F1 future to hinge on Mercedes leniency?


goldenoldie:
35edme: Why does anyone think in season testing would make any difference. Are you suggesting that Mercedes would suddenly stop knowing what to do. Wouldn't testing have allowed Mercedes to get their reliability problems with the brakes sorted out, hence no failures and no wins for Red Bull or Ferrari.
Foor your information! It is only Mr. BlingBling, alias "the Sheikh" who has encountered these brake problems as fgar as I know. It was the case last season and again this season. Didn't anyone see the amount of lock-ups from Hamilton this last GP and hardly any of Nico. It is due to Hamilton's harsh driving style. Nothing smooth!!
The WO6 is susceptible to brake problems.

35edme

June 12, 2015 3:18 PM

F1 » Renault F1 future to hinge on Mercedes leniency?


richard:
Stuey99: Isn't that what Redbull did?
no. seems as if you are another who doesnt know much about f1.
If you chose to decry someone's knowledge of something you should at least have an impeccable knowledge of same. Ford's Jaguar F1 became Red Bull F1 in 2004. If you were unaware of this fact then a correction to your answer is desired. If you were aware then nothing further needs to be said.


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