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March 28, 2014 12:38 PM

F1 » Rosberg heads extremely close FP2

I have disagreed with Sunny in the past - the RBR appeal most recently but I do appreciate his explaining the ins and outs of the new PUs. They are complicated beasts and while I know quite a lot about engines the new KER/ERS stuff is very foreign to me. I guess I will disagree with Sunny and other posters in the future but I support their right to post their opinions. The "tone" of posts on here is like water off a duck's back to me. I am more concerned with the issues at hand.


March 23, 2014 2:18 AM
Last Edited 26 days ago

F1 » Kate Walker: Fuel madness

Sunny calling people who do not agree with you stupid is a trifle arrogant on your part. We just have to let the legal action play itself out and await the outcome. Once things move into the legal arena you often get unexpected outcomes. If the ruling goes in favour of RBR will you apologise to those you have called stupid. I am not saying that RBR are right or wrong. I have merely stated that they were in a "no win" situation if they had turned down the fuel rate and possibly scored a couple of points. The alternative was to ignore the request and going for all or nothing in the belief that they had reasonable chance of winning the appeal. Remember that F1 is a business now - a very big business. The sport has moved into the corporate world and is subject to the rules that govern the operation of corporations.


March 22, 2014 11:57 PM
Last Edited 29 days ago

F1 » New chief for Russian F1 Grand Prix

I'm late to this thread but a few things spring to mind. The US (read CIA) had been stirring up nationalistic sentiment in the Ukraine for the past 4 years. There are transcripts of US officials discussing how to overthrow the democratically elected government in Ukraine and replace it with a pro-western government. The Crimean peninsula belonged to Russia previously and the people there very strongly identify with Russia. Both their democratically elected government and the referendum confirmed that they wanted to stay with Russia. Now the US keeps warning Russia not to meddle in what is happening in Ukraine and is imposing sanctions. They are supporting a bunch of right wing nationalists who killed over 80 police (yes, they started the violence) and overthrew the legitimate government. I think I know who is in the wrong here and its not Russia.

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