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June 08, 2013 10:58 AM

F1 » Red Bull rejected Pirelli test approach

This is "Bull". I thought they all said previously that they were not invited/asked to partake in the test. Lets just now say "we did not want to break the rules" and in fact simply banging more nails in the coffin of Mercedes and Pirelli. Bleating sheep. Pushing the lambs to the slaughter. They all have a three week break now, let them all have a 1001km test so they will find out that not a lot was gained. This playground "Bull-S**t" ( not an attack on RBR ) appears every season in some guise and is becoming extremely tedious. I just what to see racing and technical advancements.


June 04, 2013 1:31 PM
Last Edited 690 days ago

F1 » Hamilton urged to focus

Lewis Hamilton. Short hair, long hair, hair with stripes. Wears shorts, trousers, racing overalls, nothing. Smiles, frowns. Talks, says nothing. Brings his dog. Brings his partner. What ever this guy does, there is a base of watchers that go out of their way to criticise him. Que Bashers


May 26, 2013 12:10 PM

F1 » Mercedes tyre test angers rivals

Taipan. YES. ( quite simply, it was sanctioned ). Richard. Force India and Sauber are not that far behind. I watched their straight line testing at Duxford last week. So in fairness why not use a team that eats rubber during the race. So now it's done and assuming that Mercedes were not able to test new parts ( which in my humble opinion would be unfair ), are the rest of the teams to gain access to technical tyre DATA to benefit from the test. What type of test was it. Straight line. Circuit. Was it a Mercedes test day which Pirelli joined. Was it a Pirelli test which Mercedes were invited to join. Time will tell. But it was not cheating. Any what would they learn from a medioca driver in a Mercedes.

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