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July 01, 2014 8:55 PM

F1 » Red Bull has engine options for 2016

107SS2009: The present three F1 PU manufacturers are the most experienced and successful, regardless of mistakes/miscalculations that have been done this year ( mistakes which cannot be rectified this year) it is hard to imagine a new comer to F1 PU manufacture (any of the new names being bended about) jumping into the fray and producing a product any better than any of these three can.
Agreed. That's why I wrote the whole cost saving 'green' era is an hypocrisy. The pinnacle of motor racing should not be hamstrung for the sake of costs that actually result in more costs. The restrictions on testing and in-season improvements were supposed to help the lower budget teams. And attract new teams. Horse hockey.


June 24, 2014 11:58 AM

F1 » Lauda: ‘Alarm bells are ringing’

Of course, merc will not be overtaken. But with Williams and Force India's speed, and a few aero upgrades they could become a nuisance. What I miss most of before this spec series is the days when mac or williams or ferrari, etc, would just bring out a whole new car. Around 1979, I think every team replaced their car at least once, trying to clone the Lotus.


June 23, 2014 12:43 PM

F1 » Hamilton: Frustrating to lose time in stops

richard: champers. yes, i was at spielberg yesterday! probably the nicest setting of any track (apart from spa). a fantastic job has been done on the track and it is the most spectator friendly track in f1. i wasnt in the pit lane during the race, but there was plenty of talk about lulus overshoot afterwards. at the end of the day, lulu spent most of his time within drs distance of nico, but despite the availability of a higher top speed, he was unable to actually challenge nico. nico had it under control
Looked good on the telly too. But being there, would you agree that it's narrow and hard to pass? ( others have made this comment. Being a proper non tilke euro track, I wouldn't change anything.)


June 22, 2014 3:48 PM

F1 » Rosberg beats Hamilton to extend lead

walrus909: Williams bad strategy? No, they were racing the rest and succeeded, very good job
I gotta agree horrible strategy to call Massa when they did. Rosberg was stuck behind Perez which was SLOWER than Massa and Bottas at that moment so if Williams had stayed out and waited until their car was slower than Perez or waited Rosberg to overtaking Perez Williams would had come out 1st and 2nd instead Massa's race was finished after 1st pitstop. It's very clear Williams plane their race before the start and no matter what it stays with it. I'm not saying they would win the race but they would be 1st and 2nd after the first pitstop.
After Massa's DNF in Canada, and knowing they couldn't ultimately beat healthy mercs, sticking with maximum points was a win. Why shunt out yet again and throw it all away? Still looks like the plan worked to me, 3&4

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