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March 14, 2013 10:12 AM

F1 » ‘Old man’ Webber still fired by championship dream

The problem for Webber is R&D will "always" go Seb's way. That's why Mark has been at a disadvantage since mid 2010. Full stop. Anyone that thinks this isn't the case is "trippin" Just tell me why Seb couldn't win or get pole early 2012 until Newey started sorting the indirect EBD ?? If Seb was so "great" how come he couldn't win in the STR when it was dry ??? when Mark could put Jaguars on the front row ??


March 14, 2013 5:48 AM

F1 » Ecclestone: Another Vettel title no bad thing

A driver cant dominate without a great car year after year that suits their driving style. Because of Newey young Vettel has had such a car, but like the 90's Williams cars Newey will be overcome at some point which means Vettel will be toppled aswell. If Vettel can get to the last race with a shot at the title with a car like the previous Fez's........ Only then will I be impressed and finally rate Vettel.


February 06, 2013 5:53 AM

F1 » Jerez F1 test times – day one: 5 February – 5pm

This is another rare time I agree with Richard, and 100%. Testing times mean nothing. As he said this is a chance to test equipment and all sorts of aero parts as well as a really probable assumption that they were all running heavy fuel as to not "give anything away" One thing RB will do is sandbag (it's their thing) so you wont see true pace now and maybe Macca decided to do a quick lower fuel run.


January 30, 2013 6:53 AM

F1 » Webber unfazed by Marko 'agenda'

If anyone paid any close attention to the past 3 years: When car suits Seb - Seb beats Mark When car suits both - its fairly even When car suits Mark - He destroys Seb, but the car does not suit Mark that often. First half of 2010, things were even. Second half of 2010 seen off throttle blowing which Mark hated and Seb liked, but Mark still did good. 2011 - Mark hated the total EBD car, Seb loved it. 2012 - Seen Mark do better until Newey developed the indirect EBD and Seb took off. Can you see the pattern ??? If Mark had a car that R+D was even or went his way then you would see different results. But its still Marks job to drive around problems and be more consistent, if mechanical gremlins don't pop up.


January 26, 2013 1:26 AM

F1 » Your views: Are DRS and Pirelli tyres good for F1?

No and No. Anyone who understands F1 knows that the best way to get the "show" without the "blow" is to simply reduce aero and have wider tyres - Problem solved. Experts and F1 armchair warriors have been saying it for decades. I remember Alan Jones always going on about it, especially in the 90's. Also its a very cost effective way of achieving the same "entertainment" but with a lot more oversteer and driver input.

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