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mrfill

November 03, 2014 10:47 AM

F1 » Fifth F1 win in a row for Hamilton in Austin


cleon:
bob jane:
cleon:
bob jane: does not matter in the last 2 races ,Dan is the driver and racer of the year..punched well above his teammate and his reno PU...cool head with no racing mistakes all year
rubbish. his team-mate was always overrated Dan just doing what the likes Vergne would do to Vettel in the same car.
I can see you didnt watch dan in the torro he flogged jev on the sat and drive on less tyres on the sunday and still beat him...rubbish to u
Wow 7 points difference between Ricciardo and Vergne in 2013, I'm sure the gap between Ricciardo and Vettel is bigger than that. As i said Vettel is just being exposed by a very good driver.
Comparing different people in different cars and then trying to draw some perverse conclusion is idiotic,

mrfill

November 02, 2014 1:06 PM

MotoGP » de Puniet urges Suzuki to consider satellite entry


Dutch69Camaro: I am not sure about the teams you just mentioned, but some teams might not be that happy. It would mean they would get a factory bike but would not be involved in development that much as much as they would like since it would be the factory doing the development and keeping a whole lot of information to themselves...
Doesn't seem to bother Tech3, LCR or Gresini. In fact I doubt any team would actually prefer to be running a souped up WSBK rather than a factory machine. A satellite team makes sense from a development view point. It does have to be paid for though and Suzuki may well not have enough budget to fund it next year. If 2015 goes well though, it could be a different story

mrfill

November 02, 2014 7:23 PM

F1 » Ecclestone: F1 issues ‘probably my fault’


107SS2009: What you call “The king of F1” is “theonehalfofthebritishcancer” left in formula 1 and as long as formula 1 doesn’t get rid of “thisonehalfbritishcancer” left in formula 1 it will not be cancer free, A cancer feeds itself of the body it resides in and while it and it’s blood cells gets bigger and bigger the body it resides in gets smaller and smaller.
That would be a parasite, not a cancer. Parasite rather better describes the subject anyway :)

mrfill

November 02, 2014 1:31 PM

F1 » Ecclestone rules out three-car F1 teams


The problem is greed. Bernie is greedy, the FIA is greedy, the big teams are greedy and the small teams would love to be greedy, but the big team won't let them. The whole plan depends on outsiders who are prepared to fund this greed. They are called sponsors and TV companies. The huge TV audiences means advertisers are prepared to pay more and so long as there is growth, no problem. However, the current performance imbalance has upset things a lot. Audiences are down and sponsors are not throwing money around as they used to. The pie is shrinking but the greedy ones are still taking the same amount. Find a cure for rampant greed and you might get a solution.

mrfill

November 02, 2014 7:02 PM
Last Edited 24 days ago

F1 » Ecclestone rules out three-car F1 teams


107SS2009:
mrfill:
107SS2009:
beastinblack: How about giving the BBC full coverage of the sport so it is accessible to more people in Britain? It is the little things added up that made the problem.
So by giving an advantage to the BBC and the British people all of formula 1 problems will be solved, this for sure is the loudest BRAY EVER HEARD ON HERE.
So we should be seeking more desert races and ensure we have a declining TV audience to solve all of F1s problems? Yes, that's going to fix it.
No just seek a BBC and British people advantage and all will be well in F1.
The Sky deal that crippled the BBC coverage has lost millions of viewers (sponsor targets). Will sponsors be happy with a huge reduction in exposure? It is just one little thing that is part of the bigger problem. Once sponsors do start walking though, its curtains

mrfill

November 02, 2014 6:13 PM

F1 » Ecclestone rules out three-car F1 teams


107SS2009:
beastinblack: How about not pandering to rich oil barons and have races at PROPER circuits? How about giving the BBC full coverage of the sport so it is accessible to more people in Britain? It is the little things added up that made the problem.
So by giving an advantage to the BBC and the British people all of formula 1 problems will be solved, this for sure is the loudest BRAY EVER HEARD ON HERE.
So we should be seeking more desert races and ensure we have a declining TV audience to solve all of F1s problems? Yes, that's going to fix it.


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