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March 07, 2016 12:55 PM

F1 » Halo is more relevant for IndyCar than F1 - Palmer

Spot on! F1 is introducing a device designed to protect Indy car drivers. But what is Indy cars doing to protect their drivers from another Wilson type incident? Well, they're talking about it.... Wilson was hit by a vertically descending piece of nose cone from a car that hit the trackside concrete wall. F1 tracks have run offs. F1 does not have so many cars so close. The 'halo' is a potential solution for Indy cars where there are more multiple car crashes and much more flying debris. Then there is the other side of the argument - could the 'halo' introduce problems by making it more difficult for a driver to get out?


March 05, 2016 3:12 AM

F1 » New qualifying format gets Australian GP green light

How wonderful that the 'computer problems' have now vanished. I guess the big teams have worked out the loopholes and are satisfied with what they can get away with, so it can go ahead. It'll be interesting at Spa where the lap times are around 2 minutes with two eliminated cars chugging back to the pits... and, if its raining and only one car goes out after 5 minutes, will it get eliminated as the only car with a time? And if not, who is the lucky recipient of the smelly stick....

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