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October 02, 2014 6:40 PM

F1 » Typhoon threatens Japanese Grand Prix

ProfessorX: @richard, thats funny, the new bean burners with their rougher power curves and seemingly less down force seem to discount your assessment. Merc will rule in the wet just like it does in the dry on the average, and the FRIC loss has proven to benefit Lewis more, which means to me Lewis has a much better handle on the car than his teammate. Of course you wouldn't know Nico is worse than Lewis post FRIC ban because Lewis car seemingly dropped out of qualifying so many times. & had to start races from the back of the grid.
FRIC banned just before Spa. Since the ban there have been 3 races. Lulu got 2 poles and a second in qualifying. You appear to be in the wrong universe


October 02, 2014 7:01 PM

F1 » Caterham F1 to race, refutes ‘unfounded rumours’

107SS2009: The source am quoting, “Would like to thank the staff at Leafield who have kept us informed of what’s going on behind the scenes” the source personal opinion, “it could be that behind the scenes there are no “Swiss based Arab investors , just a little man-who is the great wizard of OZ”
Always wondered where Oz was. Now I know its a village just outside Halesworth in Suffolk


October 01, 2014 11:47 AM
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F1 » Wolff: It’s now a straight fight for title

Most marketable? Well, that's really important to be able to drive in F1 but lets check out the claim. How many adverts feature Lulu on TV. Errrr... we see Button flogging shampoo and bank accounts for Santander, Alonso flogging Fiat and other than that .... nix. Where is the anointed one? And when it comes to flogging merchandise in motorsport, check out the VR46 empire... EDIT by CRASH.NET! Quote from a well known troll has been removed.


October 01, 2014 1:12 PM

F1 » Wolff: It’s now a straight fight for title

Taipan: MrFill, The debate of best driver will run forever, Fangio, Clark, Prost, Senna, Schumacher etc, etc. But no debate necessary when it comes to driver with the most brain farts, funniest modelling shoots, silliest hat, most tattoos, biggest earrings etc I guess those attributes are what makes the little person "most marketable"
I found another poll he won by googling "lewis driving us wild". Is there no limit to this amazing creature's poll winning? :)


September 30, 2014 11:42 AM

F1 » Chester: Telemetry ban would be a step backwards

here4thesun2: They ditched the on-board engineer about a century ago. Time to bring him/her back? Model after Mario's ride-along car - driver in front, rider in back. Put the engineer in the back. Take all the buttons off the steering wheel. Remove telemetry and all pilot to paddock radio communications. Have a closed circuit radio between pilot and co-pilot. Paddock can talk to he engineer only, unless emergency situations prevail. Then the paddock can concentrate on all things external to the car, the engineer / co-pilot can monitor and adjust car settings, and the driver can drive. Let's see who wins. I admit, it sounds terrible with a hint of hmmm. PS: 19 in (480 mm) tires on the rear with whatever corresponding size needed on the front. And full power on tap.
Welcome to Mr Ecclestone..... :)

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