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benignlyindifferent

September 22, 2014 11:59 PM

F1 » Rosberg calls for improved reliability


Neither Hamilton or Rosberg have suffered reliability failures. Mercedes has suffered reliability failures and they have been impacted by those failures. With sound cars both have performed well. Mercedes needs to get its act together. It does not want the "fast but fragile" label, considering that F1 is one way they market their road cars. Conspiracy theorists? Not worth the time it take to respond to them.

benignlyindifferent

September 21, 2014 10:41 PM

F1 » Hamilton takes F1 title lead as Rosberg retires


Supermario: I don't congratulation to L.H for Singapore GP win. There's fishy smelling in Mercedes garage and sinister was behind the Nico's car problem. I'm not NIco fan but I found out Nico has been unfairly treated by Mercedes. L.H has been aggressively bullying and attacking Nico for his gain at Mercedes garage with lying as Nico secretly confessed to him. L.H may have upper hand with his supporters in Mercedes garage but his Karma will not favor him at the end. We have to wait and see. I always support for someone who who has been subject to bully by others. Nicio has been accused for what he didn't do and what he didn't say. God see truth but with. God bless Nico. P.S. Lewis Hamilton will be always Lewis Hamilton. He had done to Fernando Alonso at McLaren. Now he is doing same thing to Nico. In the end, I hope someone wills WDC.
Really? You think a global icon like Mercedes would trash their own image to sabotage a driver whose contract they recently

benignlyindifferent

September 21, 2014 5:20 PM

F1 » Hamilton takes F1 title lead as Rosberg retires


Congrats to Lewis but I really thought this was a boring race. And Pirelli's choice to bring softer tires this year didn't change much other than increase the marbles offline, making passing even less likely that before. We need a high performing durable tire that makes one stop a possibility and softer tires that work best on two or perhaps three. But really, Kimi's race was over after the first round of stops and yet there was little reason to move him to a different strategy. So we watched a parade.

benignlyindifferent

September 20, 2014 5:19 PM

F1 » Hamilton beats Rosberg by 0.007s in tight qualifying


Yes, but if you pit several laps early and emerge in clean air, you might leapfrog a few cars if they stack up behind a leader with tires going off. Degradation will definitely play a factor. I think several teams will split their strategies and have cars pit several laps apart. We will see. But for the first time a Mercedes victory is not considered a sure thing.

benignlyindifferent

September 20, 2014 4:31 PM

F1 » Hamilton beats Rosberg by 0.007s in tight qualifying


The very close margins on what is close to a two minute lap suggests everyone is VERY close and the race pace might be the same.If they are bunched up as expected the first pit stop, and the undercut, could be decisive. It will be interesting to see the team strategies tomorrow, and Kimi could still be in for a good result as I really think tire management and pit strategy will play an even more dominant factor than the norm.

benignlyindifferent

September 19, 2014 11:36 AM

F1 » F1 could see three-car teams in 2015


So, the three car teams would share all of the revenue currently reserved for the top two car teams. Here's an idea. Why not redistribute the revenues just enough to allow the little teams a better chance of survival? Williams, Mercedes, RedBull were all little teams that evolved to being top teams. Why destroy this through greed? Oh right, it's Bernie's idea.


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