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October 26, 2014 3:47 PM

F1 » Ecclestone: Caterham, Marussia could miss Austin

107SS2009: The field being reduced to 18 cars for at least the coming 2 races, there is no time to arrange for a third car option, as it is believed that it will require a minimum of 60 days to be “auctioned”, this season will be over before a third car can appear. The “bad thing” about a third car option is the rules are not “public” and those that know the answers are bond not to reveal the details by strict confidentiality agreement, anyone revealing the details (including BE and the FIA) can get into trouble. It is astonishing in this modern day and age that a sports can have secret rules, how can international bodies allow this sports to do so, (have secret rules)?.
I thought I read this post on Joe Saward's blog?


October 10, 2014 6:58 PM

F1 » Hamilton fastest after Rosberg error in FP2

Norville2: Rosberg error? that headline says to me that Hamilton only got fastest time because of Rosberg error....what error?
It says it clearly in the text. 'Rosberg was limited to fourth place as he ran wide at Turn 17 ..... and ruined his lap'.
The test does explain this, however, although K Mag and Alonzo were 2nd and third ahead of Rosberg, their times must have been irrelevant or non headline worthy.


October 11, 2014 2:56 PM

F1 » FIA: ‘Nothing could have been done better’ post-crash

I still opine that from watching the home video (I regret watching) that the elevated marshall waiving the green flag was within meters of the crash site. As well as probably more visible above the spray for track level yellows. I'll also admit that I don't know if this was a contribution to the crash. It just was blatantly infuriating to see Green -Crash in the same frames.

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