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October 11, 2015 9:27 PM

F1 » Hamilton living the dream as third title nears

nattyraces: As demonstrated by RBR during their dodgy maps episode. However, in this instance I think you are reading too much into it.
please therefore explain why he was given an instruction not to do something that was actually totally impossible to do !
Richard. I assume that the instruction was to not use if he came across a slower car. I say assume because in those stages of the race there was not too much TV coverage of Car #44. The producer was rightly showing the racing going on some way back. Its Good to Talk.


October 11, 2015 9:39 PM

F1 » Hamilton living the dream as third title nears

nattyraces: Haha, Ok I'm sure you do. It was just a precautionary team instruction in case of the eventuality, the manors and mclarens are quite slow after all. Anyway quite a good race just a shame we were robbed of a good battle up front
Hmm I watched that Merc pull out a 17 second lead over the Williams and Ferrari in 10 laps after the safety car without using DRS, I'm not sure why it would need DRS to pass a Manor or McLaren.
Come on Taipan. You are always going to use every weapon in the ****nal, necessary or not, just to make it easier. Remember, if there is a button to press,OHH the temptation. Its Good to Talk


September 20, 2015 6:58 PM

F1 » Vettel keeps his cool as Hamilton burns out

CryingWind: I guess now it is clear to see that Vettel is only talented when the car has been upgraded and dominant. Other than that he is pretty ordinary. He won because of the car, the same thing i have heard about hamilton all season.
Sshhh. You can't say that out loud, they won't listen to the obvious truth. Totally agree with what you wrote though. Great controlled race from Sebastian and well held by Daniel. Think Nico Hulks penalty was a bit harsh. it's Good to Talk.


September 20, 2015 9:17 AM

F1 » Rosberg on Vettel lap: What the hell?!

Taipan: Agreed Sunny, unnecessary, very risky, you could say foolish but absolutely fantastic to see. Anyone who has gibbered about Senna-esque recently after watching someone cruise to pole in a massively dominant car should have another look at that lap, that was balls-out on the limit driving.
Taipan. What we just witnessed is someone cruise to pole in a massively dominant car. Difference is Sebastian was the pilot, "so that's o.k.". Umm. Let's face it, anyone but Lewis hey :). Great job though Ferrari and Red Bull. It's Good to Talk.


September 06, 2015 4:58 PM

F1 » Mercedes summoned to stewards, Hamilton win provisional

JunglistF1: I was just about to post the same thing. If they knew about it pre-race why allow them to race in the first place. If it's a straight DSQ post race shouldn't it be a straight DSQ before the race even starts?
0.3 on one tire and you want a DQ
They only tested one tyre. Herbert alluded to the fact that a lower pressure on the LHS of the car was the advantage, so this is where they checked. However, they did not publish the tyre blanket temps, only "they were within range". If the temps were low, I'm guessing the pressure would be low also. It's Good to Talk.


September 06, 2015 9:04 PM

F1 » Mercedes rubbish tyre pressure conspiracy theories

richard: what bunkum! well then, why did you tell lulu to keep his speed up so as to keep tyre pressures at the min. the tyres MUST have been under pressured when they were running cooler!
Richard Perfectly reasonable explanation, answers the question I posed on an earlier thread relating to tyre blankets and tyre pressures. Glad it is resolved, I'm sure the checks will tighten up next time out. Maybe Pirelli should come up with minimum pressures over a range of temperatures, including cold. Maybe solid tyres and more suspension travel could be an option :). It's Good to Talk.

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