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April 04, 2015 2:25 PM

F1 » Still a lot of work to do at Ferrari, says Allison

btr100: Ferrari will try to pit less than Mercedes. That was how Lotus was winning against Red Bull in the past. And that's something Kimi is familiar.
that might work if Lewis manages to lose 1.5 free practices per round, and Merc overreact with their strategy. That won't keep the commentators *from talking about Ferrari's magical ability to manage their tires though.
Isn't that record worn out yet?


April 03, 2015 2:52 AM

F1 » Vettel ‘lucked’ into Ferrari win, says Button

In all sports there is often an element of luck. I believe Vettel had a good idea how Ferrari were progressing because he has been keeping a close eye on developments at Ferrari and chose his time to make the move. In this case it was probably a combination of judgement plus good luck. I would say the same thing about Lewis' move to Mercedes. These guys are not stupid and they weight up all the information they have. I also think Alonso may be proven right in the longer term. You can't expect a new team with a new PU to be at the pointy end of the field in its first season.


March 31, 2015 9:58 AM

F1 » What we learned at the Malaysian Grand Prix

ProfessorX: we learned that if Lewis misses almost two free practices his setup can be compromised. we also learned that the commentators are not interested in thinking too hard about the cause of irregular tire degradation. And, we learned that Mercedes don't really inspect or check out cars before they roll them out for FP1.
Like a broken record !! Almost as many excuses as your idol!! I learnt that Seb did an awesome job and Ferrari made a great strategy call. Like what RB did for many years.
I find it easier to just ignore him. It's the same thing over and over on every thread.


March 31, 2015 9:47 AM
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F1 » First Ferrari win ‘means a little bit extra’ for Vettel

There are fanboys of all colours on Crash and they like having a poke at the fanboys of other drivers. I don't think anyone genuinely dislikes various drivers except Rob's strange obsession with Vettel. To be on the grid most of the drivers have proven themselves to be very talented and deserving of their respective positions. I am just as happy to see any driver on the top of the podium as long as the racing is exciting. I enjoyed the race in Malaysia more than the one in Australia - not because of who won but because of the close racing and brilliant drives by a number of drivers. As I have said before, I don't know any of the drivers and don't feel that I am in any position to judge them.

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