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OnTheOtherHand

July 19, 2014 2:38 PM

F1 » Hamilton crashes out of Q1


JohnMarston:
OnTheOtherHand:
janhein: cars leaving the track with all four wheels in the last corner have been allowed to keep their times
It has been deemed that going "all four wheels over" on this track is not an advantage. However surely the knowledge of no penalty is an advantage in itself. Knowing your can approach a turn with too much speed and not have to brake as hard as necessary to keep the car within the confines of the track, and possibly lock-up, ultimately must save time and tyres. It's Good to Talk.
Out of curiosity, Why do you say "it's good to talk" at the end of every single comment?
Habit I guess. Could of of wrote " It,s Good to Type" all the same to me. Out of curiosity, why do you ask....... It's Good to Converse. using any media.

OnTheOtherHand

July 19, 2014 6:20 PM

F1 » Hamilton crashes out of Q1


richard: janheim. no advantage was gained by having all wheels off the track, as astroturf is used and this SLOWS the car down. that is the reason why it was decided that there would be no penalties. i am sure that the decision was made after checking times.
Richard. I guess the feeling is, if you approach a turn "too hot" and you leave the track boundary to preserve your car/tyres, you may not have gained an advantage in time , but equally you may not of gained a disadvantage which may have occurred if you tried to keep the car on track. I think we all like consistent rulings at all circuits. It's Good to Talk.

OnTheOtherHand

July 19, 2014 2:28 PM

F1 » Hamilton crashes out of Q1


janhein: cars leaving the track with all four wheels in the last corner have been allowed to keep their times
It has been deemed that going "all four wheels over" on this track is not an advantage. However surely the knowledge of no penalty is an advantage in itself. Knowing your can approach a turn with too much speed and not have to brake as hard as necessary to keep the car within the confines of the track, and possibly lock-up, ultimately must save time and tyres. It's Good to Talk.

OnTheOtherHand

July 07, 2014 5:59 PM

F1 » Hamilton takes home win as Rosberg retires


George Zaidan:
OnTheOtherHand:
George Zaidan: Of course Hamilton fans are celebrating Rosberg's mechanical failure, without it they'll have nothing to celebrate. ... Lewis is ordinary. The eventual outcome is Rosberg or Hamilton, and we all saw that after the second race. The real winner are the Constructors in 2014 the driver is being gifted the championship.
Well of course I have to disagree. Your shallowness has reached new depths. I believe Lewis had the pace, the ebb and flow of F1. Just admit you like talking about Lewis. That is the only conclusion I can reach. It's Good to Talk.
ask me if I care what you think. I will no longer converse with an individual that rely on abuse as a crutch. So have yourself a field day with your future replies to me.
Well that is a pity. Healthy debate not on your agenda I think. Is shallow abusive, no more than the expression "one eyed". I suppose that last post was dir

OnTheOtherHand

July 07, 2014 6:15 PM

F1 » Hamilton takes home win as Rosberg retires


janhein: talking down hamilton because of the illogical reasoning of his fans is a very illogical thing to do. i do not see a way to blame hamilton for his fans, for one, and then there is the obvious fact that any drivers fans are still all different people with different opinions. it is a very illogical misconception to think that everybody who likes hamilton is a fanboy, as you guys put it.
Some on here divide fan bases like they are cutting a 2D cake, forgetting to take the layers into account. It's Good to Talk.


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