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November 26, 2014 1:36 AM

F1 » McLaren ‘quite a bit’ behind – Vandoorne

Well, this thread seems undiluted with hysteria from the 2014 season, that thankfully is over. So as an observer of the sport, it is typical for a new engine/chassis to have 'teething problems'. Now its not an engine but a power unit that couldn't have been dreamed of by NASA engineers that sent humans to the moon. So for anyone to expect Honda/Mac to instantly produce a PU equal to the Merc in one days testing is delusional. As mentioned before, This needlessly complex PU has to be tested and sorted out. Until F1 comes to their senses and scrap this billion dollar failure, ( with special emphasis on the merc PU freeze), The once greatest automobile sport will wallow below GP2, WEC, and even some great Karting races.


November 09, 2014 7:39 PM

F1 » Rosberg holds off Hamilton in thrilling Brazilian GP

walrus909: @areyoutalkingjibber: I guess you also believe that while driving a naturally aspirated engined Williams against a field of turbos, that Keke having won only one race and retired 3 times, disqualified once didn't deserve his WDC either. What is it with you Hamilton fans, he's not going to marry you!
Seriously? The lack of structural integrity of the Ferrari chasis, the unreliability of the renault engine, Brabham forever chopping and changing between running at bt49 and the BMw bt51 (i forget the number off the top of my had) the difference between the Michelin, Good Year and Avon tyres, the normally aspirated teams rolling lead ball bearings down the exhausts at the end of the race for the race limits. Keke wouldn't have been champ if this that the other but he was, did he deserve it? No less than anyone else
Glad to have you back!

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