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izybluffen

April 20, 2015 12:50 AM

F1 » Hamilton pulls clear with dominant Bahrain win


Taz:
mytyresaregoingoff: Judging from some postings last week there are a few people who are so bored with F1 they did not watch today's race. Well guys you missed a good race, not a classic but a good race.
An interesting start and end but boring middle, typical of this era of F1.
The best thing about this race was the titanium skid pads !!! Now we just need big flame belches from the exhaust and at least a visual part of F1 is fixed....................

izybluffen

February 19, 2015 3:46 AM

F1 » Vettel a ‘carbon copy’ of Schumacher, says Ferrari boss


benignlyindifferent: I understand his desire to offer forth the compliment. However, Seb is coming off a season where he disliked the handling characteristics of a car that found favour with his teammate, who outperformed him by a significant margin. I suspect Seb will rebound this year with a chassis more to his liking. However, I do not believe Michael was ever outperformed by any of his teammates. Ever.
I love how when Dan beat Seb its all Seb didn't like the car, but when Seb beat Webber it was never Mark didn't like the car, it was fanboys saying Seb was just awesome when the first half of 012 and 013 proved that Mark did better before Newey found the EBD loopholes. Double standards ??? Cant people just except that unless your Ferdi, drivers perform better with a car they are comfortable with. Although Im guilty of the double standards with Dan just because I wanted the Seb fans to get a taste of their own medicine from Webber !!

izybluffen

February 17, 2015 10:49 AM

F1 » The future of F1: HAVE YOUR SAY


1- Remove Bernie and CVC - easier said than done. Teams should be equal major sharholders so more money flows to teams and helps the smaller teams exist. 2- Lower aero and move to ground effects so there is still lots of downforce but cars can follow closely, then remove DRS. 3- Have twin turbo and have 2 mgu-h's and remove the mgu-k so drivers can brake normally again without balance probs. Also allow more fuel flow. 4- Ban hand clutches and multi bite points - Foot clutch only with 1 bite point with anti-stall. Cant decide whether to keep paddle shift or go to stick. 5- Remove rubbish circuits 6- Thats it so far might add more later.

izybluffen

February 17, 2015 11:59 PM

F1 » The future of F1: HAVE YOUR SAY


107SS2009: Removing the MGU-K and have two MGU-H?
Sunny, I mean no harvesting from the mgu-k, it still obviously needs to be there to deliver stored energy. See how many braking issues it causes with drivers having to use more rear balance so they cant brake as hard. Mgu-h harvesting is unlimited so two of them should in theory provide enough energy for the lap. Correct me if I'm wrong yeah ?

izybluffen

February 13, 2015 12:18 PM
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F1 » F1: Ricciardo hits Top Gear with lap record


Richard - Again, you know exactly what I'm talking about. Again you spoke about having to switch driving hands and used that excuse for Seb. How many drivers came from RHD countries into F1 which was LHD and still had no issues !!!! Your argument is void and the whole time you knew what I was on about !!! Congratulations !!! P.S: Don't act dumb, I know you're a lot smarter than that !! A lot smarter !!

izybluffen

February 12, 2015 10:49 AM

F1 » F1: Ricciardo hits Top Gear with lap record


Seakay: Jeez, the media love the likes of you! Do you really believe a 100 odd horse powered vehicle that probably loses 10mph in a headwind and has zero aerodynamics represents a benchmark for competitive driving? Actually I think you do! Get serious man, it's just a bit of fun! So let me guess ! You think putting one driver in a superior car and another driver in a crap car is the best way to differentiate drivers ??? Like lulu vs a marusia driver in 2014 ?


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