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August 13, 2015 7:53 PM
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F1 » Button ‘excited’ by manual start procedures

ProfessorX: btw Taipan, getting rid of Carbon brakes will only slow down the cars, it won't do anything else. You sound like a real progressive Taipan :)
Keep up PCX, it would increase braking distances which gives more opportunity to pass under braking. You also need a lot more feel to get the most out of steel brakes. Sorry BTR I never noticed your post before I replied to Nutty.


August 13, 2015 3:41 PM

F1 » Button ‘excited’ by manual start procedures

ST1300A: Bring back the clutch pedal and manually operated gearboxes. Lets put some skill back into driving these cars.
Manual gearboxes and getting rid of carbon brakes would improve things dramatically and turn it back into a drivers championship, problem is lower level formulas have that kit and even off the peg road cars have it so there's not much chance of F1 letting it's self be seen as less advanced than decent road cars. However they did ban active suspension so we can but hope.


August 12, 2015 10:37 PM

F1 » Should F1 be celebrating the value of modern celebrity?

Pakundo: Wow,there are so many people on here who are so jealous of Hamilton. Are you guys still at primary school . It's hilarious
Ah the old "you is jealous of Lulu" post, you'd think we'd also be jealous of Vettel since he's more successful, or Alonso since he gets paid more or Kimi since he's more popular, or Webber since he has better dogs, but we're not, I'm afraid we're just not that keen on him because he's over rated and acts like a tit most of the time.

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